Formation Commentary of images
Be able to: - understand writing techniques for voice-over commentaries of images, - adapt your style to the news being treated, - work with short deadlines, - master your voice and use intonation and speed.
Summarising information to make it clear and understandable by your audience: - buiding up documentation: where to find pertinent information, - ranking information, describing, deciphering and getting people interested. Using lively, concise, styles adapted to the topic and media: - preparing your editing plan, choosing your sounds and illustration shots, avoiding paraphrasing video graphics. Understanding essential rules of diction and sound mixing studio techniques: - mastering the beginning and intonation, - reading your commentary naturally, - stepping back and daring. Being reactive: writing and recording your commentary quickly, - working with editors, - following the tone and cue sheet instructions of a TV programme or news.
TV, press and radio journalists.
TV journalist and actor, editor.
Theoretical principles and viewings with group discussions of different topics, followed by case studies and hands-on activities in the editing studio. An actor will bring the vocal techniques to acquire for a successful commentary.
• Writing and diction: the two essential asset to for a successful commentary.