Writing Forbidden Stories: Stage and Screen
Not available in 2013
The course focuses on pushing the boundaries of writing for stage and screen within conservative socio-political and cultural contexts. The course will introduce students to theoretical and practical understandings of writing socially challenging texts for stage and screen.
|Objectives||After successful completion of this course students should be able to demonstrate:
*Knowledge and understanding of the socio- political, economic, aesthetic and cultural theories and methodologies which have shaped the nature of radical writing for stage and screen
*Skills in critiquing and analysing the differing nature and styles of radical writing and performances for stage and screen
*Skills in constructing original texts for stage and screen as tools for radical cultural intervention
|Content||" Theories and methodologies informing case study exemplars of writing the forbidden for live and mediated performance
"Primary experience in writing original performance texts which seek to make radical cultural interventions in to the dominant society.
"Creating differing genres and styles of radical performance texts including : Live and multi-media performance, documentaries, feature films, art house films and propaganda.
"The role of Politics, Religion, Economics and Cultural factors in creating socially provocative texts for stage and screen.
|Replacing Course(s)||ARTC3530 Writing Forbidden Stories: Stage and Screen|
|Transition||Students who have successfully completed ARTC3530 may not enrol into CAPA3530.|
|Assumed Knowledge||It is assumed that students will have completed at least one of the first year courses in the Creative Arts or Literature and Performance majors in the Bachelor of Arts degree.|
|Modes of Delivery||Internal Mode|
|Contact Hours||Lecture: for 1 hour(s) per Week for Full Term
Workshop: for 2 hour(s) per Week for Full Term