School of Media

Students explore the five key disciplines of filmmaking during their four months course of study at 02 academy cinematography class. This entails Directing, Cinematography, Producing, Production Design, Post-Production.


Cinematography (Week 1 and 2): Cinematography involves such technical concerns as format, camera, lens and lighting, as well as techniques like camera angles, camera placement and movement.
Directing (Week 3 and 4): This course covers the role and responsibilities of a director in script development, pre-production, production, and post production.
Post Production (Week 5 and 6): Involves picture editing, sound editing, sound mixing, music, colour correction, and visual effects. Emphasis is on the overall post-production process and the larger decisions necessary in these areas, and the importance of knowing your post-production direction well before filming takes place.
Producing (Week 7, 8, 9 and 10): Takes students through their first journey in independent film production by providing them with the knowledge, skills, and experience to produce a zero-budget short film. By the end of this course, students have taken a film from the initial concept through the script stage all the way to production and be ready to take it into the next stage of post-production and distribution.


Entails: Cameras & lenses, Shutters, aperture, ISO and their relationships, Exposure & metering, The film & digital process. Module five: light & color, Photographic filters, Lighting, Lighting men & women, How to take better photos, Equipment & software, Retouching, resolution & printing, The studio, How to construct a professional portfolio, Photo agents, picture agencies, How to get work…and keep it.


Our 3D classes covers Basic and advanced mesh modeling, Materials and lighting, Zbrush, Matte painting, Texture mapping, Character animation, Key-frame based animation, Rigging and posing, Walking and running, Motion capture based animation, Particle system, Fluid, Hair, Cloth, Deformable models, Motion tracking, Dynamic paint


Assistant Directing (Week 11, 12 and 13): Assistant Directing 1 gives students an in-depth understanding of the roles and duties of the Assistant Director during pre-production.
Script Development 1 (Week 14, 15 and 16): Script Development 1 introduces students to the basic concepts of screenwriting and script development, with an emphasis on understanding story structure.