Mother Teresa Women’s University Webinar on Film Language and Style

Mother Teresa Women’s University Webinar on Film Language and Style

Webinar on Film Language and Style

Organizer: Department of Visual Communication, Mother Teresa Women’s University, Research and Extension Centre Saidapet-15.

Mother Teresa Women’s University

Mother Teresa Women’s University is situated at Kodaikanal, a quiet hill station tucked away in the Palani hills of South India. This University was established in the year 1984 by the enactment of Tamil Nadu Act 15.

This University aims to extend its service to women students of all communities. It strives for Academic Excellence and Personality Development and gives equal importance to the promotion of employment prospects to young girls.


The department of visual communication had its inception in 2002. The department offers both theoretical and practical methods in film making, multimedia, advertising to cater to the needs of the students in media industry or media outlets.

The department offers two major disciplines Msc. Visual communication and MA in communication.

The curriculum will introduce visual communication processes and theories both theoretically and practically through lectures, discussions and seminars.

Practical exercises in interpersonal, organizational, and inter-cultural communication will further facilitate understanding the visual communication processes.

Combination of lectures, discussions, small group exercises, seminars, fieldwork, and workshops.

Lectures will cover guidance, motivation, and the important aspects, historical background, and the conceptual framework of the subject.

The practical include training on the nuts and bolts of the subject and offer students the benefit of media practitioners’ experience.

They will learn the practical skills of reporting, interviewing, writing, editing and presentation. Students will make individual and group presentations on topics selected in consultation with the instructor.

In addition to written assignments, students will be required to produce several news and feature stories for radio and for television, and a documentary, short film, ad film, for radio or television.

Students will be closely supervised and evaluated while preparing reports. Lectures will be supplemented with work in small groups to practice and create a teamwork spirit.

They will be engaged in the following practical exercises to apply learning: recording and editing; radio program production for community and television broadcasting

Date: 8 December 2020– Time: 11 am to 01 pm IST

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