ASSESSMENT BRIEF AND CRITERIA (ABC) FORM
Course Name: Portfolio Production III Course Code: CINE1122
Assessment Task: CW1 Production Research Essay (Individual Mark)
Assignment Brief (including Format):
In this essay, document your production process so far demonstrating research and project development, relating to your individual role within a group, showing evidence of the planning and creative process, as well as some reflexive analysis.
Identify and critique the key challenges you face in your role using relevant examples and research appropriate sources, such as films, TV shows, texts, existing artefacts, influences, and organisations or experts to demonstrate your knowledge and expertise in terms of what is going on in the wider world.
Present your essay in a professional manner including relevant images or links to video content that demonstrate your knowledge and expertise in your field. Write a conclusion summarising how your research will be implemented in your film / TV project and ensure this is in keeping with the group vision as stated in the executive summary.
1. Write a group ‘Executive Summary’ defining the aims and group vision of the film /TV project you are filming in the second term. All group members should include this at the beginning of your individual essay (500 words - +/-10%).
2. Write an essay (2500 words +/-10%) defining what your aim(s) for your film/ TV project is in relation to your specific job role and your group Executive Summary.
3. Include a bibliography and include Harvard referencing
4. Save the document as Surname_firstname_Cine1122_CW1
Word count: 2500 (+/- 10%, excluding bibliography)
Failure to deliver all of the above will result in failure of at least one of the assessment criteria. Course Learning Outcomes to be met through this Brief:
- Research and critically examine appropriate material to inform practice-based film and tv work.
- Monitor and review your film and tv practice, considering the value of your work in different contexts.
- Critically evaluate your practice, synthesising the research and practical knowledge that you have gained on this programme.
Access to library, Moodle, internet and word processor.
Estimated Hours for completion: 40
Date of Return of Assignments: 01/02/2021 (subject to staff availability)
Lee-Jane Bennion-Nixon + Chris Nunn