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International Institute for Media & Films (IIMF)  logo International Institute for Media & Films (IIMF) Jaipur, Rajasthan

9, Jagatpura, Near New RTO Office,
Agra By-Pass, Jaipur
Ph:- 91-141-4003544, 91-9414250179

Affiliated To :

Punjab Technical University

Established In :

2007

Email:

info@iimf.co.in

Website:

http://www.iimf.co.in
International Institute for Media & Films (IIMF) Courses Offered
Given below is the list of Courses offered by International Institute for Media & Films (IIMF) . You will also be able to find the course Duration, Fees, Syllabus, Eligibility and Admission Criteria.
Acting Acting

Acting course transcends the conventional boundaries of acting, personality development or grooming programmes, and offers guidance to a soul-searching transformation.

Topic Covered in Syllabus:-


Body Posture / Fashion Personality Grooming
Language Command
Expression
Voice Modulation
Script Writing
Improvisation
Make Up
Dressing Sense
Dance (Classic, Western etc.)
Horse Riding
Acting for Film
Swimming
Stunts
Dialogue Delivery
Theatre Activity
Acting for Television
Acting for Commercial Advertising
Scene Study
Play Anchoring Music
Modeling
Action Problem
Practical Choreography
 

Camera & Light Technique Camera & Light Technique

Light:-

Nature of Light: White light, colour temperature, mixed units, Aspect of light, surface brightness polarization, colored surface & colored lights, trichromatic color mixture.
The eye & the camera: Colour harmony. Colour associations.
Basic Principles of Lighting: Hard & soft light, light direction. Side or edge light, Functions of lighting, Shadow of size, Shadow control, the fundamental lighting process.
Tools of Lighting: Tungsten lamps, over lamps, Light sources- reflector design, Projection, Spot lights. Beam-shape control. Light restriction, Controlling light intensity.
Portraiture: Static- Anchor lighting and three quarter frontal face interview.
Group Portraiture: The two group, the three groups, the panel group, large groups. Methods o lighting for movement.
Lighting style: silhouette, Motion, Chiaroscuro.


TV Cameraman:-

Cameraman: Functions & qualities, Technical knowledge, practical camera work, creative responsibility.
Colour Principles: Hue, Saturation, Brightness, Additive colour mixing.
Descriptive shots: Follow shot, Low-shot, High-shot, reverse shot, Cut-in-shot, cut-away shot, reaction shot, W.A., Tele & zoom shot, Two-shot, Three-shot and Group shot.
Camera Height: Angle-plus-Angle, “Dutch” angle, viewpoint, objective, subjective and P.O.V. camera angles.
Continuity: Cinematic time & space, present, past & future time continuity, space continuity.
Screen Direction: Matching action, the triangle principle.
Composition: Tone, Line, Colour and frame, Unity, Vitality, Infinity, Repose.

Syllabus:-

How photography works
Lenses
Film
Framing and composition of still shot
Television and Movie Cameras
The television camera
Television camera controls and adjustments
The television camera mounts
Basic optics
The lens
The Zoom Lens
Lens Filters
Controlling exposure
Focusing the shot
Framing the shot
Composing the shot
Perspective and depth of field
Camera movements shooting for editing
Camera care routines
The digital television camera
The movie camera
Lighting of Film & Television
Nature of light
The human vision
Light sources
Type of luminaries and their mounts
Controlling intensity of light
Colour and colour temperature of light
Technical and artistic requirement of lighting
The three point lighting
The three point lighting
Practical and production exercises
Extensive practical exercises for operating the camera in the studio and outdoors and the lighting of sets.
Production exercises.



 

Diploma in Radio Production and Radio Jockeying Diploma in Radio Production and Radio Jockeying

Diploma in Radio Production and Radio Jockeying is 6 month UG Course in Mass Media. This course is specially designed and meet standards of Media Industry. This course helps student in getting into the lucrative and most sought after professions today: Radio Programming, Production and Jockeying.

Syllabus:-


History of Radio
Radio Programming
Radio Jockey
Radio Production
Sales
Marketing
Technical
Program Formats
Radio Management
Live from Studios

Direction & Production Direction & Production

Direction / Production and T.V. Journalism students are imparted exhaustive training on practical situations. Students work on variety of programmes and due emphasis is laid on both single-camera and Multi Camera production techniques. 'Student Directors' have to develop an idea and shoot and produce a quality programme under the guidance of the expert faculty. Sufficient inputs on script and screenplay writing are given to the student directors for various kind of programmes.

Syllabus:-

Communication:
Concept and Theories - Print, Films, Radio & Television as means of mass communication.
Departments of Film making
Anatomy of TV Station
Who does what in films and TV
Role of the director
Television Programme Formats
Researching for Films & TV Programmes
Understanding creative use of the camera
Lighting for Films and Television
Recording Sound for Films & Television
Elements of Make-up for Films & television
Costumes for Films & TV programmes
Graphics as a Production Element
Designing Sets for Films & Television
Writing for Films & Television
Television journalism
Developing Films/Television Projects
Studio Production Routine
Practical & Production Exercises
 

TV Anchoring and News Reading TV Anchoring and News Reading

TV Anchoring and News Reading course will focus on the psychological determinants of effective communication, basic pronunciation and diction, voice modulation, camera friendliness and script writing.

Syllabus:-

An overview of film & television production techniques and practices.
The techniques of non-verbal communication.
Good and pleasing voice.
Clear and attractive speech.
Feelings for the words.
Skills in the use of language.
Lessons in music.
The techniques of verbal communication.
Expressive use of movement- sense of pace, timing and style.
Expressive use of body postures & facial expressions.
Exercise for relaxation and concentration.
Action Problem.
Nurturing the acting talent, imagination, improvisation, empathy, emotion and emotional memory, retentive memory, sensory memory.
Scene study.
Play back.
Practical in choreography.
Exercise in anchoring, interviewing, news reading and pantomime.
Exercises in acting for the Camera.
Instructions on make-up and dressing- up for the show.
Participation in the production of a number of non-fictional and fictional television programmes.

TV Journalism TV Journalism

TV Journalism is designed to up lift your skill of reporting, writing, editing and presenting. It takes out all your fear of facing Camera, tunes up your speech, reshapes your talent of journalism for TV and thus makes you perfect to face your audience or viewers. You learn everything in front of the Camera in our TV studio.

Syllabus

PHASE - 1

-       Introduction to mass communication
-       History of mass communication
-       Theories of mass communication
-       Process and effects of mass communication
-       News reporting, writing & editing
-       Photo journalism
-       Electronic journalism
-       The art of screen writing
-       Writing for electronic media
-       Advertising and society
-       Principles of advertising
-       Planning & production of television
-       Presentation
-       Role of Television Personnel
-       Basic Television Production & Post Production tools
-       Television broadcasting system
-       Elements of set - construction , graphics makeup and costumes for television
         presentation
-       Working with a television camera & lighting for television
-       Sound recording basics
-       Video recording basics
-       The video switcher and the video special effects
-       World television standards
-       Introduction to new media and digital image creation for entertainment
-       Budgeting and scheduling for production

PHASE - 2

-      The techniques of verbal communication
-       Elements of good and pleasing voice
-       Making the speech clear and alternative
-       Feeling for the words
-       Skills in the use of language
-       Elements of still photography
-       The television camera: controls and adjustments; mounts; lens and lens filters; framing;
         composing and focusing the shot.
-       Camera movements
-       Camera care routines
-       Lighting of television; color quality of lights controlling the intensity of light
-       Technical and artistic requirement of lighting
-       The three point lighting
-       Editing television presentation
-       Picture transition
-       Digital computer as a tool of editing
-       The three point lighting
-       Editing television presentation
-       Picture transition
-       Digital computer as a tool of editing
-       The vision mixer and the character generator
-       Microphones their characteristic and application in television presentation
-       The sound mixing console
-       Sound editing and language dubbing

PHASE - 3

-       Grammar of production & direction
-       Studio production routine
-       Practical exercises on continuity, cutting on movements, dialuge and music
-       Production exercises
-       News presentation
-       Electronic news gathering
-       Interviewing people
-       Anchoring programs involving audience

 

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