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Formation Designing a TV programme based on archives

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Training goals

Be able to:
- design programmes, TV sequences or features from archive documents: stills, film video, sound, texts, caption stands...,
- add value to TV and radio archives using different techniques and formats,
- enrich narrative elements of a story with archive images and sounds.
- give dramatic effect to TV programmes with the help of archive material.

Details

Using archives to design audiovisual programmes:
- TV programmes including archive documents: variety, fiction, news, documentary.
- types of TV archives, their differents statuses, uses on French channels (scientific documents, historic reconstitutions, live shows, parodies, post-production, jingles, credits).
Examples of programmes using TV archives.
Producing meaning, manipulating images or not?
Mixing genres: - off-the-wall writing.
Inserting archives.
Using complementary sequences:
- fiction,
- dramatisation,
- graphic animation.
Audiovisual programme design:
- notions of research and development.
- researching ideas.
- advertising uses.
- innovating with archives.
- using graphic design to enrich the archives.

Targeted at

Ideas people, authors, directors, TV programme producers, artistic directors, audiovisual journalists and any professionals involved in writing TV programmes.

Prerequisites

None.

Trainers

Media professionals: - programme designer/director - researcher.

Training methods

Creative workshop.
Participants work with a copyright free archive fund.
New ideas generated through brainstorming activities.
Participants work on an audiovisual model,
- participants choose thematics themselves.
- archive research, brainstorming, scriptwriting exercises.
- critical viewing and discussions encouraged.
- short video clips.

• Developing a project based on archives.
• Teamwork to generate more creative ideas.
• Idea-generating activities including brainstorming.