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     Let’s Speak Up! Junior Presentation Workshop (Age 5-7)
          Instructors: ^    ` Classes A and C===   !"#$=HUEN Sze-man, LEE King-cheong
                       _   =Class B                !    SO Ching-fung, CHAU Ka-fai



           !"#$%&'()*+,-./0123456789:;    !"#$                                                           This workshop is designed for young children to develop their confidence during conversation
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                                                                                                         In the ten sessions, students will become the hosts of various TV programmes.
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      •      !"#$%&'()*   !"#$%&   !"#$%&'()*+(                                                          The course content includes:
             !"#$%&'()*+,-./0                                                                              • Basic Training (Rhetoric, voice and articulation training, tongue twisters, poetry reciting)
      •      !"#$%&   !"#$%&'()   !"#$%&'()*+,-                                                            • Presentation skills training and describing events, while learning the concepts of
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                                                                                                           • Witty Interviewers (Introducing and describing people and devising stories)
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                                                                                        A 30/7-10/8/07             !"# Mondays to Fridays 10:00-11:00am 10                      /Sessions
                                                                                              !R    NP        ! Studio 13, 5/F, HKAPA == Cantonese HK$1,250
                                                                                              ! Students’ Presentation
                                                                                          10/8/07           Friday 10:45am
                                                                                              !R    NP        ! Studio 13, 5/F, HKAPA

                                                                                        B 13/8-24/8/07             !"# Mondays to Fridays 10:00-11:00am 10                      /Sessions
                                                                                              !R    NP        ! Studio 13, 5/F, HKAPA=== Cantonese HK$1,250
                                                                                              ! Students’ Presentation
                                                                                          24/8/07           Friday 10:45am
                                                                                              !R    NP        ! Studio 13, 5/F, HKAPA

                                                                                        C 30/7-10/8/07            !"# Mondays to Fridays 2:00-3:00pm 10 /Sessions
                                                                                              !O         !"# Sir Y.K. Pao Studio, 2/F, Béthanie=== Cantonese HK$1,250
                                                                                              ! Students’ Presentation
                                                                                          10/8/07          Friday 2:45pm
                                                                                              !O         !"# Sir Y.K. Pao Studio, 2/F, Béthanie

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            T    V             !"#         !"#                                                                      Drama Workshop for Children (Age 7-9)
     Let’s Speak Up! Junior English Presentation Workshop (Age 7-9)                                                       Instructors:         !"#$ HUEN Sze-man, LEE King-cheong
     (Conducted In English)

          Instructors: ^     Class A         !"# William YIP Shun-him, To be confirm
                       _    =Class B         !"#$ Candy LO Hang-yin, Michelle MA Shuet-yee
                       `    =Class C         !"#$ Morgan GADD, Michelle MA Shuet-yee
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     This course is designed to help students communicate confidently in English and use the                               !"T V               !"#$%&'()!*+,$-./0,123$'456
     voice effectively with good inflection and clarity. The course presenters will use a whole                             !"#$
     range of drama-based activities to help students develop their voice projection, body
     language, presentation and conversation skills. This programme will concentrate on making                      Our world is changing faster now than ever before. Not only will incidents happening around
     English language presentations interesting and enjoyable, using techniques such as theatre                     us or on the other side of the world become the subject of topical discourse, they may also
     games, role play and conducting interviews to build the students’ confidence and abilities.                    affect the decisions we make and the views and values we adopt in our daily lives. As modern
     In the last lesson of the course, parents are welcome to sit in the class, to observe and                      global citizens, we have to take time to notice the world around us in order to keep pace with
     share the children’s achievements. Children aged 7-9 who would like to enhance their English                   life’s demands with visions and insights. Parents should encourage their children to be proactive
     oral skills are welcome to join the course.                                                                    knowledge seekers, developing independent thinking and critical / analytical skills.

 A 16/7-21/7/07                      !" Monday to Saturday 9:30-11:30am 6               /Sessions                   In this workshop, students will read and share among themselves interesting news cuttings
            !R       NP         ! Studio 13, 5/F, HKAPA == English HK$1,400                                         with the guidance of the instructors. Through creative thinking, group discussion, analysis and
                                                                                                                    presentations, they will learn to discover the roots of problems underlying the incidents while
            ! Students’ Presentation                                                                                finding creative solutions together. In the second part of the course, the instructors will introduce
     21/7/07                   Saturday 11:15am                                                                     drama and theatrical elements to enhance students’ speech and presentation skills. Through
            !R       NP         ! Studio 13, 5/F, HKAPA                                                             rehearsing plays devised from news items, students will learn to think from different perspectives,
                                                                                                                    with better understanding of the views and difficulties faced by an assortment of protagonists,
 B 4/8-23/8/07                     !"# Thursdays, Saturdays 4:00-6:00pm 6                /Sessions                  while acquiring essential life-skills of critical thinking, problem solving and empathy, and
            !R       NM         ! Studio 10, 5/F, HKAPA == English HK$1,400                                         enhancing awareness of current events and issues facing the global community.
            ! Students’ Presentation                                                                                This workshop is targeted at students aged 7-9, cumulating in a student presentation to
     23/8/07                   Saturday 5:45pm                                                                      share the various creative solutions with parents. In the last lesson of the course, parents
            !R       NM         ! Studio 10, 5/F, HKAPA                                                             are welcome to sit in the class, to observe and share the children’s achievements.

 C 13/8-24/8/07                    !"# Mondays to Fridays 11:45am-12:45pm 10 /Sessions               30/7-10/8/07              !"# Mondays to Fridays 11:15am-12:15pm 10                           /Sessions
            !O            !"# Sir Y.K. Pao Studio, 2/F, Bèthanie == English HK$1,450                    !R     NP         ! Studio 13, 5/F, HKAPA == Cantonese HK$1,250
            ! Students’ Presentation                                                                    ! Students’ Presentation
     24/8/07                Friday 12:30pm                                                           10/8/07            Friday 12:00pm
            !O            !"# Sir Y.K. Pao Studio, 2/F, Béthanie                                        !R     NP         ! Studio 13, 5/F, HKAPA

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     ‘Story Adventures’ – Drama and English Storytelling Workshop
     (Age 8-12) (Conducted In English)

         Instructors: A   =`ä~ëë=A   !"#$ Morgan GADD, Kannie CHUNG
                      B   =`ä~ëë=B   !"# Kannie CHUNG, To be confirm
                      C   =`ä~ëë=C   !"#$ Morgan GADD, Michelle MA Shuet-yee

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                                                                                                     are told.
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          !"#$%&'()*+,-.-/01234"5-67 89:;<=>?@                                                       folktales with a wide range of dramatic skills. The plots and plans, morals and messages of
          !"!#$                                                                                      some of the world’s best stories will be enriched with acting, dance, mime, music and
                                                                                                     soundscapes. The tales are tall, so the possibilities are endless!
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                                                                                                     students, guiding them on a dramatic journey into the background and culture of selected
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                                                                                                     folktales. The workshop will culminate in a vivid and exciting storytelling performance.
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                                                                                                     stories from around the world, enhancing the tales with an exciting range of performance
                                                                                                     styles.




                                                                                     A 7/8-31/8/07           !"# Tuesdays, Fridays           2:30-4:30pm 8 /Sessions
                                                                                           !R   NM        !=Studio 10, 5/F, HKAPA====         English HK$1,400

                                                                                     B 13/8-24/8/07            !"# Mondays to Fridays 11:45am-1:15pm                   10    /Sessions
                                                                                           !R   NM        !=Studio 10, 5/F, HKAPA==== English HK$1,400

                                                                                     C 13/8-24/8/07           !"# Mondays to Fridays 10:00-11:30am 10 /Sessions
                                                                                           !O        !"# Sir Y.K. Pao Studio, 2/F, Béthanie==== English HK$1,450

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     From Page to Stage English Drama Workshop (Age 9-12) (Conducted In English)                                       Mosaic Acting Workshop for Teens (Age 13-19)
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     Learning Language and Literature in a fun and interactive way

          Instructors:         !"#$ Michelle MA Shuet-yee, Kannie CHUNG

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     When passing by a toyshop, we often hear children of different ages nagging their parents
     incessantly to buy them new gadgets. But when parents urge them to read, they often react                         MOSAIC ACTING SYSTEM (MAS) is a safe, friendly and non-invasive acting technique that
     in a totally different manner.                                                                                    is suitable for young performers. It is an empathy/emotions, ensemble-based approach to
                                                                                                                       acting. Developed by American actor and director Jeremy Whelan over his 20-year teaching
     Reading is not necessarily an activity for ‘lonely planets’. When it is integrated with drama
                                                                                                                       career, MAS is a revolutionary and comprehensive acting system that takes advantage of
     activities, it can be turned into a fun and collaborative way of learning. This course aims to
                                                                                                                       the fantastic advances made in general education through the application of the Learning
     use drama as a tool to promote students’ enthusiasm for reading as well as building up their
                                                                                                                       Styles paradigm (i.e. using visual, auditory and kinesthetic channels simultaneously for
     imagination and creativity.
                                                                                                                       learning). The result is a kind of acting that is healthier, more effective, efficient, retainable,
     The traditional reading practice mainly focuses on reading the text line by line. It is useful                    creative, connected and empathetic than ever before.
     in building up fluency and language skills, but lacks the fun. On the other hand, through
                                                                                                                       MAS does not only allow young actors to explore, create, imagine, and practise acting, it
     the dramatization of literary works in a creative way, students can learn to read with
                                                                                                                       also enhances life skills such as confidence, communication, leadership, creative thinking
     comprehension, expression, confidence, and joy. From Page to Stage English Drama Work-
                                                                                                                       and team work, and above all, it nurtures a sense of compassion and empathy.
     shop is designed for students who are interested in enhancing their understanding of a selec-
     tion of classic novels and in making theatre by using the novel as the base material and                          Participants will experience a completely new systems approach to acting with exercises
     source of inspiration. Key themes and characters from the book will be explored using                             and scene work. This course is suitable for actors age 13 to 19. This course is conducted in
     group improvisations, movement activities, writing exercises, still images, and gradually a                       Cantonese and English.
     collection of scenes for structuring the theatre piece will begin to emerge. Instructors will
     lead students to create the stories in a creative way, and finally, to present their own inter-                   Margaret Cheung is the only certified instructor of the MOSAIC ACTING SYSTEM in Hong
     pretation of the literary work in dramatic form.                                                                  Kong.

     The workshop is targeted for primary students aged 9-12. Students will be able to develop an in-
     depth understanding of the selected novel while learning various drama techniques in the workshop.
     The workshop will be conducted in English using the story “You are special” written by Max
     Lucade as the prescribed text. Participants should bring and finish the reading of the story.

     23/7-27/8/07====               ! Mondays 4:30-6:30pm 6 /Sessions                                     24/7-23/8/07             !"# Tuesdays, Thursdays 3:30-6:00pm 10 /Sessions
            !R      NM         ! Studio 10, 5/F, HKAPA==== English HK$1,300                                  !R   NP         ! Studio 13, 5/F, HKAPA==== ! Cantonese, English HK$1,600

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     Bring the Theatre Back to School                                                                                 Bring the Theatre Back to School for English teacher
                                                                                                                      ( Conducted In English)
            Instructor:       LEE King-cheong
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                                                                                                                      Bring the theatre back to school - Learning English through Drama: A Teachers’
                                                                                                                      Training Programme
                                                                                                                            Instructor:=       William YIP Shun-him
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     drama activities, introducing the roles and responsibilities of the playwright, stage director                     •          !"#$
     and actor. The outline of the course includes:                                                                           !"#$%&'()                    !"#$%&                !"
        • The fundamental elements of dramatic writing, play structure, character development
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          and dialogue writing
        • The role of the director, working relationships with technical staff, play analysis and                     “Learning English through Drama” is one of the eight electives in the New Senior Secondary
          rehearsal techniques                                                                                        English Language Curriculum. It has become an integral part of the English curriculum in
        • Basic acting skills, play and character analysis, theatre exercises and games for                           junior forms with successful experiences in a number of local secondary schools – including
          enhancing acting techniques                                                                                 EMI and CMI schools
                                                                                                                      This Drama Programme aims at equipping teachers with the fundamental techniques and
     Students in this workshop will get to know more about the theatre production process, the                        essential skills required to implement a “Learning English through Drama” Curriculum at school.
     responsibilities of different staff of the theatre and general theatre technical arts knowledge.
                                                                                                                      In this programme, you will learn
     The intructor will also discuss how to make the best use of the limited theatre resources in                        • The knowledge and the basic skills needed for:
     school to produce a good performance. Participants must attend at least 75% of the course                           • Performing in Drama
     and pass the assessment at the end of the course in order to receive a certificate.                                 • Storytelling
                                                                                                                         • Radio Drama
                                                                                                                         • Readers’ Theatre
                                                                                                                         • Writing Short Scenes
                                                                                                                         • Writing Short Plays
                                                                                                                         • The Basics of Producing and Directing Theatrical Productions
                                                                                                                         • To develop the generic skills – Collaboration, Communication, and Creativity through
                                                                                                                            dramatic activities
                                                                                                                         • To develop critical thinking through appreciating and reviewing class presentation and
                                                                                                                            drama performances
                                                                                                                         • To Heighten Aesthetic Sensitivity
                                                                                                                      This is a drama programme for teachers – To develop “Learning English through Drama”
                                                                                                                      programme in their school.
                                                                                                                      Certificate of Attendance will be awarded to participants who attended 75% of the course
                                                                                                                      and pass the assessment at the end of the course.

     7/8-31/8/07                  !"# Tuesdays, Fridays           7:30-9:30pm 8 /Sessions               16/7-27/7/07====         !"# Mondays to Fridays 6:00-7:30pm 10                   /Sessions
              !R     NP        ! Studio 13, 5/F, HKAPA===         Cantonese HK$1,180                        !R   NM         ! Studio 10, 5/F, HKAPA==== English HK$1,180

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     Drama as a Teaching Tool in Liberal Studies
        Instructors:=      Yat Yau, CHAN Ching-kwan




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         !"#$%   !"#$%&    !"#$   !"#$%&'( )                       issues through an issue enquiry approach, so that students will learn to evaluate issues from
         !"#$%&'()*+,-./0123456789*:;<=>?@ABC                      multiple perspectives while developing individual thinking. Drama-in-education is an effective
         !"#$%&'(%)*+,-)./01                                       pedagogical technique that encourages dynamic and experiential learning. By applying drama
                                                                   as a tool in teaching mainstream subjects, not only can students learn about the subject
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         !"#$%&'()*+,-./0123456789:;<=>?>@A>7                      liberal arts and integrated humanities subjects. The course will be led by Yat Yau and Chan
         !"#$%&'()* + ,-./012"#('3456                              Ching-kwan, both experienced drama educators and members of the Class 7A Drama
                                                                   Group. The tutors have received support from the Quality Education Fund to design lesson
                                                                   plans for a Drama-in-Liberal-Arts teaching programme based on the current integrated
                                                                   humanities curriculum modules of the EMB, and to date have worked successfully with over
                                                                   10 schools on such programmes.
                                                                   Initially, the course offers opportunities for participants to experience personally some teaching
                                                                   activities drawn from the Drama-in-Liberal Arts programme. Participants will then learn
                                                                   practical ways to design and plan liberal arts classes and related classroom activities utilizing
                                                                   drama as a tool, as well as the techniques required to lead such classes. At the end of the
                                                                   workshop, participants will have acquired a basic knowledge about the methodology of
                                                                   planning drama-in-education activities in general, and will be given practical opportunities
                                                                   to plan their own drama-in-liberal arts class session, receiving evaluation from the tutors.




                                                      6/8-10/8/07====     !" Monday to Friday 3:00-6:00pm 5 /Sessions
                                                          !P   U        !"# Dance Studio 8, 3/F, HKAPA==== Cantonese HK$1,600

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     Fundamentals of Playwriting                                                                                     Comedic Acting Workshop
          Instructor:=     Yat Yau                                                                                         Instructor:      Pichead AMORNSOMBOON




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     Playwriting is the first creative process for the theatre, starting from the page to create for
     the stage, selecting themes and characters, exploring every possibility in theatre. This is a                   We can be “Comedians”! It may be hidden but we all possess a sense of humour. Studying
     very challenging and satisfying process. Unlike other genres of literary works, dramatic                        the art and technique of comedic improvisation can further develop your unique ways to
     writing has unique language and stylistic characteristics. A good script is instilled with the                  make people laugh!
     playwright’s views towards life, and requires from the playwright a mastery of language
                                                                                                                     In this workshop, comedic actor Pichead Amornsomboon will reveal his secret recipe and
     usage and a good knowledge of the theatre arts.
                                                                                                                     lead/guide you to explore the essence of comedic acting, including the development of a
     This course is designed to teach the fundamentals of playwriting, while stressing the                           comical mind; exploration of comedic timing, tempos and rhythms of physical humour;
     relationship between written text and live performance. The tutor will share with participants                  examination of the unique comical behaviours of self and others through observation
     his playwriting experience in order to help students avoid making the commonly found                            exercises; exploration of the interactions between comedic actors and audiences;
     mistakes. Participants can also select a topic of their own choice and experience the process                   development of spontaneous thinking and acting through working in groups; and comedic
     of writing a producible script. Through engaging in writing exercises, students will explore                    scene creations culminating in a presentation.
     creating the theme, plot, characters, scenes, dialogue and control of atmosphere and pace.
                                                                                                                     Through structured exercises and games you will develop your spontaneity, free up your
     At the end of the course, excerpts of outstanding plays will be introduced to students to
                                                                                                                     creativity, sharpen your wit and laugh while you learn.
     enhance their understanding of the aesthetic principles guiding the making of dramatic
     literature. There will be a maximum of 16 participants in the class, providing a forum for
     presenting participants’ writing, with in-depth feedback and discussion between the instructor
     and fellow students.
     Participants must attend at least 75% of the course and pass the assessment at the end of
     the course in order to receive a certificate. Theatre enthusiasts aged 16 or above with
     previous theatrical experience are welcome to join.




     6/8-30/8/07====           !"# Mondays, Thursdays 7:30-10:00pm 8 /Sessions                         5/8-30/9/07    E9/9/07 –      åç=Åä~ëëF            ! Sundays 10:30am-1:00pm          8    /Sessions
            !N      N        !"# Rehearsal Room 1, 1/F, HKAPA==== Cantonese HK$1,850                       !R   NP        ! Studio 13, 5/F, HKAPA===      Cantonese HK$1,250

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     Elementary Theatrical Acting                                                                                                  Elementary-Intermediate Theatrical Acting
          Instructors: A     =`ä~ëë=A        !"=Cantonese ===             CHAN Wing-chuen                                               =Instructor:         !"#$ Andy NG Wai-shek
                         B   =`ä~ëë=B             =English ==         Morgan GADD



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     This course aims to guide students to develop basic acting techniques and inner strengths
                                                                                                                                   exercises, physical work and monologue / scene work rehearsals. Students will learn to recreate
     through acting exercises and the journey of self-discovery. This course emphasises on the
                                                                                                                                   the depth of human emotions and inner truth in acting. Students are encouraged towards
     inevitable linkages between drama and reality. Students are encouraged to apply their
                                                                                                                                   self-exploration and the development of sensitivity and awareness, concentration, interaction
     theatrical experiences and acting techniques to their daily life, for instance, their individual
                                                                                                                                   in an ensemble and creative imagination through improvisation and physical training. The
     roles at work or within their family.
                                                                                                                                   goals are to discover the different facets of their personality and their inner strengths as well as
     This course introduces basic acting concepts including self-discovery, emotional control                                      to develop the fundamental techniques used to transform from self to character.
     and liberation of the body. Through different theatre games and exercises such as character
                                                                                                                                   This course emphasises on kinesthetic training for student actors so that they can rediscover
     analysis, sense memory, role play and improvisation, participants will enhance their stage
                                                                                                                                   their natural impulses and perceptual experiences. They will learn how to enter into different
     confidence and communication skills. The course instructor will also introduce to, and explore
                                                                                                                                   characters by deploying different psychophysical experiences, and find a way to unite their
     with, students, local and translated scripted materials, enabling students to develop further
                                                                                                                                   mind and body, both as a person and as a character. The course also emphasises working
     their technique and practice in their craft through monologue / scene work. The course will
                                                                                                                                   organically and interactively as a group. Students will also further develop their acting technique
     culminate in an informal presentation and evaluation in the final session, offering opportunities
                                                                                                                                   through different situational improvisations, working on excerpts drawn famous plays. Students
     for participants to apply what they have learned in the course. This course is suitable for
                                                                                                                                   must be prepared to participate in a lot of physical exercises. Participants with some theatrical
     novice actors.
                                                                                                                                   experience are welcome to join.
     Participants must attend at least 75% of the course and pass the assessment at the end of
                                                                                                                                   The course will culminate in an informal presentation and evaluation in the final session, offering
     the course in order to receive a certificate
                                                                                                                                   opportunities for participants to apply what they have learned in the course. Participants must
                                                                                                                                   attend at least 75% of the course and pass the assessment at the end of the course in order
                                                                                                                                   to receive a certificate.




 A 4/7-27/7/07                     !"# Wednesdays, Fridays 7:00-10:00pm 8 /Sessions
            !R      NQ         ! Studio 14, 5/F, HKAPA=== Cantonese HK$1,600

 B 9/7-17/9/07            E23/7/07 –     åç=Åä~ëëF           ! Mondays 7:00-9:30pm 10                    /Sessions   16/7-6/8/07             !"#"$ Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays 7:30-10:00pm                            10    /Sessions
            !O           !"# Sir Y.K. Pao Studio, 2/F, Béthanie==== English HK$1,750                                     !R   NM         !=Studio 10, 5/F, HKAPA==== Cantonese HK$1,600

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           Instructor:       Margaret CHEUNG




            !"#$          %&'()*+,-./,012/34                                       MOSAIC ACTING SYSTEM (MAS) is suitable for all levels of actors, directors and drama
                                                                                   teachers of stage or film.
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                                                                                   If you answer “yes” to any of the above, you MUST experience the MOSAIC ACTING SYSTEM.
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             !"#$%&'(&)*&+,-./012                  !"#$%&'()*+,                    career, MAS is a revolutionary and comprehensive acting system that takes advantage of
            !"#$%&$'($)*+,-. /0123456%4789%4:;'4                                   the fantastic advances made in general education through the application of the Learning
            !"#$!%&'()*+#,)-+ ./0123 j^p                 !"#$!%                    Styles paradigm (i.e. using visual, auditory and kinesthetic channels simultaneously for
            !"#                                                                    learning). The result is a kind of acting that is healthier, more effective, efficient, retainable,
                                                                                   creative, connected and empathetic than ever before.
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                                                                                      • Generates ensemble acting amongst a cast of diverse acting skill and style
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                                                                                   and scene work. This course is conducted in Cantonese and English.
                                                                                   Margaret Cheung is the only certified instructor of the MOSAIC ACTING SYSTEM in Hong
                                                                                   Kong.




                                                                      24/7-23/8/07             !"# Tuesdays, Thursdays 7:30-10:00pm 10 /Sessions
                                                                         !R   NO         !=Studio 12, 5/F, HKAPA==== ! Cantonese, English HK$1,700

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          !"#$
     Fundamentals of Stage Directing
        Instructor:       Terence CHANG Thomp-kwan




         !"#$%&'" ()*"%&+,-./-01-23-456 7 89:                             It is the playwright who is responsible for writing the script, the actor to create movement,
         !"#$%&'() *+,-./012345%6789:;<=>?@8A                             the theatre designers to design set, props, lighting, costumes and make-up, and the
         !"#  $%&'() *+,-. /0123456.7                                     composer to compose and arrange music for the theatre production. As the list goes on,
                                                                          we seem to miss out the stage director. What exactly is the role of the stage director, and
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         !"#$%&#'()*+,-./0123"#&4516#78"9,:;<                             working relationship with actors, playwrights, designers and technical staff. Students will
         !"#$%&'(%)*+,-./ 012                                             learn the fundamentals of stage directing through discussions, script readings, scene work
                                                                          rehearsals, exercises and theatre games. Different aspects of stage directing such as script
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         !"#$%&'()*+,-(.   !"#$%&'()#*+,-'./                              directing and theatre aesthetics, theatre space control and the different styles and types of
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                                                                          detailed analysis and research and to experiment with various artistic possibilities when
                                                                          preparing for a theatre production.
                                                                          Participants must attend at least 75% of the course and pass the assessment at the end of
                                                                          the course in order to receive a certificate.
                                                                          The course is under the direction of Terence Chang Thomp-kwan, using excerpts taken
                                                                          from a variety of plays (including works of Chinese/ local playwrights as well as translated
                                                                          works of Western renowned playwrights) as examples, to explore different stage directing
                                                                          skills through rehearsals, play analysis and discussions.




                                                            3/7-4/9/07            ! Tuesdays 7:30-9:30pm 10 /Sessions
                                                                !R   NM        ! Studio 10, 5/F, HKAPA==== Cantonese HK$1,300

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     The Feldenkrais Method® - Awareness Through Movement                                      TM
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     (Conducted In English)                                                                                           Business Communication and Public Speaking Skills
            Instructor:       =Sean CURRAN                                                                            (Conducted In English)

     “The body reflects the attitude of the mind. Improve the function of the body and you                                 Instructor:         Morgan GADD
     must improve the state of the mind.” - Moshe Feldenkrais.
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                                                                                                                      and communication training and are turning to drama for solutions. The new methodology
     The Feldenkrais Method® is an educational method focusing on learning and movement,                              is based on the application of drama and theatre techniques to build confidence, develop
     which can bring about improved movement and enhanced functioning. It is named after its                          creativity and remove obstacles to effective speech and presentation.
     originator, Moshe Feldenkrais (1904-1984), an engineer and physicist as well as a Judo teacher.
                                                                                                                      Topics will include all aspects of voice and speech training, self-confidence, relating to the
     This introduction to the Feldenkrais Method aims to help participants to
                                                                                                                      audience and choice of appropriate language. There will be a maximum of 16 participants in
        • Enhance awareness of movement habits, eliminate the patterns which restrict
        • Improve posture, breathing, flexibility and coordination to accomplish movements of                         the class, which will allow plenty of practice in front of an audience. This is a practical course
           everyday tasks with ease                                                                                   - participants should be prepared to work on their own speeches and presentations, and to
        • Relieve muscular tension, rigidity and associated pain                                                      become actively involved.
        • Increase sense of relaxation and well-being                                                                 Participants must attend at least 75% of the course and pass the assessment at the end of
        • Achieve more effective and satisfying performance, from sports to the arts                                  the course in order to receive a certificate.
     The Feldenkrais Method will be taught at the Academy through Awareness through
     MovementTM classes. The instuctor verbally guides the group through an exploration of a
     specific movement theme. The movement is gentle and usually quite small, in order to
     reduce pain and to refine attention, exploring a pattern of movement or a region of the
     body. By experiencing the details of how we perform any action, participants will have the
     opportunity to learn how to attend to the whole self, eliminate unnecessary energy expenditure
     and mobilise intentions into actions.
     Students should provide their own towel, and dress in loose, comfortable clothing for the class.

 A 24/7-21/8/07                    ! Tuesdays 7:30-9:30pm 5                  /Sessions
              !Q     Q        !"# Dance Studio 4, 4/F, HKAPA====             English HK$850

 B 3/8-31/8/07                     ! Fridays 5:00-7:00pm 5 /Sessions                                    4/7-22/8/07====        ! Wednesdays 7:30-9:30pm 8 /Sessions
              !O           !"# Sir Y.K. Pao Studio, 2/F, Béthanie==== English             HK$890            !R   NP         ! Studio 13, 5/F, HKAPA==== English HK$2,350

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     Mask Making (Age 14 or above)                                                                                                                               Theatre and Theme Environment Statue Sculpting
           Instructor:           Felix CHAN
                                                                                                                                                                 (Polystyrene) Workshop
                                                                                                                                                                       Instructor:           Felix CHAN



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                                                                                                                                                                 life-sized figurative sculpture. The course will run for one day a week for ten weeks and
     This is an introductory course consisting of guided practice in practical classes that have a
                                                                                                                                                                 consists of practical classes that have a common format and structure. The course also
     common format and structure. It also encourages students to pursue their individual design
                                                                                                                                                                 encourages students to pursue their individual design concepts.
     concepts.
                                                                                                                                                                 There will be an introduction to various items of equipment relevant to the course, and
     The course will involve an introduction to safe working practice. Participants will receive
                                                                                                                                                                 information and practice regarding it’s safe use.
     basic knowledge of materials, techniques & tools used for mask-making in properties
     construction.                                                                                                                                               Through demonstrations of polystyrene carving, class discussions, and practical sessions
                                                                                                                                                                 students will acquire a working knowledge of the tools, materials and techniques used in
     The course covers introduction to, and demonstrations of, several materials & techniques
                                                                                                                                                                 Polystyrene Sculpting.
     including:
        • various materials characteristics                                                                                                                      The design and construction process will be covered in detail, including:
        • clay modeling                                                                                                                                            • research methodologies of the human figure
        • mould construction & casting                                                                                                                             • design/reference acquisition
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        • color theory                                                                                                                                             • armature design and construction
        • emotional expression                                                                                                                                     • image realizing (from 2D to 3D)
        • the use of different materials in the application of decoration.                                                                                         • ‘blocking–up’.
     By the end of the course, students will have created a mask of their own design, and will be                                                                The techniques, materials & equipment used in ‘surface-finishing’ of the Polystyrene are
     familiar with all tools, processes, materials and other equipment used in the creation of the                                                               also addressed.
     piece. No prior mask making experience is required.
                                                                                                                                                                 By the end of the course, students will have created a statue of their own design, and will be
                                                                                                                                                                 familiar with all tools, processes, materials and other equipment used in the creation of the
                                                                                                                                                                 piece. No prior knowledge is required.




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          Instructor:=        Angela CHENG On-ki                                                                                           Instructors:=^   Class A          Sunny CHAN Ming-long
                                                                                                                                                        _   Class B          Ebenezer LEE Wing-hung



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     everywhere! You see it on the streets and inside shopping malls.                                                                performers as well as dance and drama teachers who would like to learn and/or refresh
     The question is: how to create striking (but not disturbing) displays to attract potential                                      their make-up skills for stage. The workshop offers hands-on practical sessions, live and
     customers while building your brand image?                                                                                      video demonstrations, lectures and discussion groups.

     This ten-session course will introduce the basic principles and the four important elements                                     Course contents include:
     of window display (the use of space, material, colour and lighting). Students learn to apply                                      • Introduction to stage make-up and understanding the structure of the face
     the arts in the area of business and marketing. Through discussions, slide presentations                                          • Preparation, processes and tools needed during making-up for stage
     and practical project work, students will learn the essential functions of window display                                         • The effects of lighting, costumes and scenery on make-up
     while going through outstanding works of master display artists. Students will also have                                          • Creating a character through make-up
     opportunities to transform their concepts into visual sketches and 3D mini-store models.                                          • Special effects make-up for different age groups
     Business owners and employees who want to create effective displays are welcome to join                                           • Practical sessions
     and implement your designs.                                                                                                     Students should bring along their own make-up materials and utensils to the classes.




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            !N     S          Classroom 6, 1/F HKAPA=====      Cantonese HK$1,480                                          !N    U         Classroom 8, 1/F HKAPA==== Cantonese HK$1,350

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     Stage Management in general terms is the glue that gels the production and performing
     teams together. It is a fine mix of good personal and interpersonal communication skills and
     practical skills that are vital in holding together all types of people (not forgetting the audience
     too!) in all the different departments.
     This course is an overview of the roles of stage management in the theatre industry,
     introducing the essential organisational and management skills and the staging of various
     art forms. Practical exercises and field study will be used to allow students to explore the
     work of a stage manager.                                                                               A   12/7-23/8/07            ! Thursdays 7 /Sessions
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                                                                                                                7:30-9:30pm       !"#! Drama Theatre, HKAPA (23/8/07)
                                                                                                                     Cantonese HK$1,800

                                                                                                            B   23/7-27/8/07            ! Mondays 6 /Sessions
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                                                                                                                7:00-11:00pm       !"#! Drama Theatre, HKAPA (27/8/07)
                                                                                                                     Cantonese HK$1,800

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     simple performing arts productions, this course aims to introduce participants to the                                                                                    the use of mixing consoles and signal routing, introduction to microphone technology, multi-
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     By the end of the course, students will be expected to possess an expanded awareness of
     lighting for the performing arts and to have developed a vocabulary with which to
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     Through hands-on practice with professional sound equipment and understanding their                                                                              animation, multi-media performance, installation art and many more.
     different functions, as well as practical sessions in a live band concert simulation situation,
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     participants will be introduced to the operation of sound systems in events such as speech,
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     karaoke and live band concert productions.
                                                                                                                                                                      and music mixing are the key to success in a sound career.
     Participants must attend at least 75% of the course and pass the assessment at the end of
                                                                                                                                                                      This Sound Design for Media course will be held in the Academy’s sophisticated and well-
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           Instructor:   =Alex TAM Hung-man




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                                                                                  • Theatre games and group discussion: Focus on analysing the script, unveiling the
                                                                                    relationship between stage designers, the director and actors and how to maintain a
                                                                                    balance between limited resources and boundless creativity.
                                                                                  • Demonstration and production: An exploration of how to extract the essence of a script
                                                                                    that helps create your own stage design, and through model-making and the drawing
                                                                                    of floor plans to bring the imagined design to life.
                                                                                Students should bring the following items to class: scale ruler, ruler, cutter, scissors and
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                                                                   10/7-28/8/07====        ! Tuesdays 7:00-9:30pm           8 /Sessions
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      The Fantasy World of Jacques Demy
                Instructors:=    !"# Shu Kei, Gary MAK

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                    !"#$%&'()*'+,-./012345#67$89:;< =                                                              Demy (1931-1990) and his films nonetheless may have more dissimilarities than affinities
                 !"#$%&'()*+%,-../01234567                 !     !"#                                               with his peers, such as François Truffaut and Jean-Luc Godard, in the sense that his is a
                 !"#$% &'!()*)+,-./01234(56                 !"#    !                                               self-contained castle-in-the-air world, drawing on colourful musicals, fairytales and a mixture
                 !"#$%&' ()*+,-.=E             !"#        !"#$%&'(                                                 of fantasies and harsh realities. His is also a style that are more akin to the studio filmmaking
           F=      !"   !"   !"=E    !"#F=        !"       !    !"                                                 of Hollywood, something that the New Wave denounced. Demy directed his first feature
                 ! "#$%&'()   !"#$%&'()*+,-./01 +,23$                                                              film, Lola, in 1960. Throughout his thirty years’ career, he made only twelve features, but
                 !" #$%&'   !" #$" %&'             !"#$%       !"#$                                                almost each of them was unique and fascinating in both its visuals and underlying complexities
                 !"#$%&'()* +,&-                                                                                   regarding such issues as sexualities and taboos. The annual French May in 2007 will be
                                                                                                                   hosting a retrospective of Demy’s films, including a couple of documentaries on his career
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                                                                                              14/6-16/8/07====               ! Thursdays 7:30-9:30pm 10 /Sessions
                                                                                                      !P           ! Screening Room, 3/F, HKAPA====  !" Cantonese with English                          HK$1,800

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         Instructors:=    !"#   $%& Shu Kei, Alex LAI Tze-kim, Angela LAW Tsin-fung




          ! i~ìêÉåí=qáê~êÇ=  !"#$% qÜÉ=píìÇáç=  !"#$%&'()*+                                                      How does one learn to make films? Here is what Jean-Luc Godard said, “(We), the New
          !"#$%&'( )*+,-.*/0                !"#$%&'()*   !                                                       Wave, were children of the Cinémathèque. Going to it was already a part of making films
          !"#$  EjçîáÉã~âÉêë j~ëíÉê=`ä~ëëF= !"#$%&'()* +   !                                                     because we immersed ourselves in cinema. I feel I was making films even before I actually
          !"#$%&'()*+                                                                                            started to make them. And I probably learned more by watching films than by making them.”
          !" qáê~êÇ= !"#$%& !"#$%    !"#$%&% QM                                                                  This course selects eight important filmmakers in the world who are universally considered to
          !"#$%&'()*+,(-./01234516789:;<=T      !                                                                be masters of the cinema. Participants are required to watch two representative works and
          !"#$%&'()*$+,-.   U     !"#$%&'()*+,                                                                   study at least two key interviews of each of them, in which their visions as well as their techniques
          !"#$%&'()*+,-./01$2345678-9:;#<$=;>-                                                                   are explored and explained by themselves. Their words will then be placed side by side with
          !"#$%&'()*+,-.*/012*3456789:;'   <                                                                     the films to shed light on their filmmaking process, helping us to understand the methods to
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          !"= dìë=s~å=p~åí    !"#$%& sáííçêáç=aÉ=aáÅ~       ! "#                                                 The filmmakers for Summer 2007 are Luis Bunuel, Werner Herzog, Gus Van Sant, Vittorio De
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         !"   !"#$%&'()                  !"#   !"#$%&'()*+,                                                      This course will comprise 48 sessions, lasting for two seasons. There will be 2 sessions per
          !"   !"#$%&'()!                  !"                                                                    week in summer (total 24 sessions). The first being screening and distribution of the interviews
                                                                                                                 and additional readings (2 hours), and the second, screening plus lecture (3 1⁄2 hours). Interviews
                                                                                                                 and readings are primarily in English. All screenings will have English subtitles (except for
                                                                                                                 Chinese language films) and lectures are in Cantonese.




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                                                                                           4/7-20/10/07 E15/8-1/9, 26/9, 29/9/07 –      åç=Åä~ëëF        !"# Wednesdays, Saturdays
                                                                                           7:30-9:30pm E! WednesdaysF 4:30-8:00pm E          ! SaturdaysF 24 /Sessions
                                                                                           4/7-11/8/07      !P          ! Screening Room, 3/F, HKAPA
                                                                                           5/9-20/10/07     TBC
                                                                                               !" Cantonese with English HK$2,200

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      Film and Television Subtitle Translation
         Instructor:=   Shu Kei




          !"#$%&'asa  !"#$%&'()*+,-./0123  456                                                              With the resurgence of the film industry, the rapid growth of the DVD market and the fierce
          !"#$%&'()*+,-./0123456789:;<=>?@AB*C                                                              competition between free-to-air/cable television and internet broadcast, there will be a high
          !"#$%&'()*+,-./01234567$7"+,89-:;<=                                                               demand for accurate and efficient screen subtitlers in the near future. To prepare for this
          !"#$%&'( )*+&,-./01"2345&6789:;<=1>?                                                              flourishing profession, this course aims to introduce to participants the art of translating film
          !"#$%&'()*+,-./"012340#56789%:;<=>?@                                                              and television subtitles from English to Chinese. The course will start off with a brief introduction
          !"#$% &'()*+,-./01 234- 56789                                                                     of the history and the evolution of screen subtitling, and followed by a detailed analysis of
                                                                                                            the skill and technique of subtitling, as well as that of the different linguistic styles of Chinese
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          !"      #$"%&'()%&'   !"#$%&'             !`    !"#$                                              introduced. Examples are chosen from films and television programmes of different genres.
          !"        !"#   !"#$%&'()*                                                                        Participants are expected to engage actively in discussions, to exchange ideas and criticism
                                                                                                            and, by the end of the course, will need to translate a ten-minute narrative excerpt from a
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                                                                                                            film or television programme as their final assignment.
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          !"#$ORUQ=UTON                                                                                     equivalent) AND Chinese in the HKCEE. They also have to translate a short prescribed
                                                                                                            article from English to Chinese to be submitted with the application form (please refer to
                                                                                                            page 183 of this catalogue), together with their academic certificate copies and a cheque of
                                                                                                            HK$1,800 made payable to EXCEL (Extension and Continuing Education for Life) Limited
                                                                                                            on or before 23 Jun 2007. Those who have a Degree in either language or translation will be
                                                                                                            given priority in admission. Successful applicants will be notified on or before 30 Jun 2007.
                                                                                                            No refunds will be made once the applicant is accepted to the course. Course fees will be
                                                                                                            refunded in full to all unsuccessful applicants by 28 Jul 2007.
                                                                                                            Course Enquiries Tel: 2584 8721




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      Women in Films - Creative Writing Workshop                                                                                Film Criticism Workshop
            Instructor:     CHAN Wai                                                                                                  Instructors:=         !"       FUNG Ka-ming, Shu Ming




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        •      !"#$                                                                                                             theories (from Eisenstein to Kracauer, and from Bazin to Wollen), important articles on the
        •      !"#$                                                                                                             history of both Western and local film criticism, vital works of prominent film critics (Arnheim,
        •      !"#                                                                                                              Sarris, Kael, Wood, Daney etc.) as well as on film history itself. They are encouraged to
        •      !"#$%&'(                                                                                                         actively participate in the discussions of these articles and to apply their advocacy on various
        •      !"#$%&'(                                                                                                         films, both classics and contemporary, before any actual writing will be attempted.
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                                                                                                                                Good command of both English and Chinese, as well as a general knowledge of the history
                                                                                                                                of the cinema are required from all applicants. Needless to say, enthusiasm, if not passion,
      It has been said that without women there would be no cinema – from the very beginning of
                                                                                                                                for the medium itself is essential.
      cinema women have been the centre of attraction in the movies. Their characteristics
      (emotional, sensitive, detail-minded, imaginative and so on) are important plot elements,
      making the stories enchanting and special.
      Not only do these characteristics play an important part in the movies, they also pre-dispose
      women to be good storytellers and creative writers.
      This creative writing workshop will concentrate on developing skills and passion in expressive
      narrative writing. Through exploration of representational film works, discussion about the
      role of women in film and sharing in class, students will be encouraged to use writing as a
      tool to express and react to the changes in our world.
      There are ten sessions in the course. Participation will be limited to 15 persons.
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      On Camera Acting                                                                                                       Fundamentals of Screenwriting
           Instructor:          Margaret CHEUNG                                                                                   Instructor:=          ^ÄÉ=KWONG Man-wai




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      The number one complaint from film directors about actors who attempt to cross from stage
                                                                                                                             •         !"#$%%&'()
      to screen is that their acting is “over the top”. Like water color differs from oil painting, ON
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      ON CAMERA ACTING has a different set of artistic and technical requirements specific for                               •        !"#$
      that medium. The magic of the “close up” magnifies every minute detail on screen. Knowing                              •        !"#$%&
      how to fine tune your performance for the screen is essential for ON CAMERA ACTING.                                    •        !"#$%
      Students will learn the fine art of acting for the camera, including artistic requirements such as                     •        !"#$%
      listening, responding spontaneously, being in the moment; as well as technical requirements
      such as hitting the “mark”, acting without a partner, eye-line placement, proper body gestures                         This course is suitable for all aged 16 or above who are interested in screenwriting.
      and movement, continuity and common industry practices. This course is suitable for those
                                                                                                                             This foundation course aims to equip students with basic concepts and techniques for writing
      who wish to pursue an acting career in film, TV and commercials. Scene work will be videotaped
                                                                                                                             short scripts for film, and discusses the differences between writing for film and for other media.
      for review in class. This course is conducted in Cantonese and English.
                                                                                                                             Narrative elements such as theme and angle, characterization, visual structure and emotion,
                                                                                                                             and dialogue writing will be studied. Organising and writing from brief outlines to a full script,
                                                                                                                             training in elementary filmic vision and listening; analysis of relevant short films and scenes will be
                                                                                                                             explored. The instructor will also introduce techniques in presenting the outline or full script. At
                                                                                                                             the end of the course, students will be required to write a 10 to 15 minute narrative script.
                                                                                                                             The course contents include:
                                                                                                                             • Explore the differences between writing for film, and writing for television and stage
                                                                                                                             • Developing story ideas, themes and angles
                                                                                                                             • Character and narrative description
                                                                                                                             • Structure and conflict
                                                                                                                             • Dialogue and scene development
                                                                                                                             • Drafting, rewriting and finalizing the script




      4/7-5/9/07====             ! Wednesdays 7:00-9:30pm 10 /Sessions                                           11/7-12/9/07           ! Wednesdays 7:00-9:00pm 10                      /Sessions
             !R      NO         ! Studio 12, 5/F, HKAPA==== ! Cantonese, English                      HK$1,900      !N   U       Classroom 8, 1/F, HKAPA==== Cantonese                   HK$1,880

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      Creative Writing and Planning of TV Programmes – An
      Introduction
           Instructor:=     CHENG Kam-fu



            !"#$%&'()*+),- .*+),/01234  !56"#789                                                 This course will give participants an overview of the television industry, including the creative
            !"#$%   !"#$%&'()*&'#+,-./0   !"#$"%                                                 process of its production, as well as the requirements and fundamental techniques of TV
            !"#$%                                                                                writing. Different programme formats, including variety shows, infotainment, serial drama
                                                                                                 and situational comedy, will be scrutinised.
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       •      !"#$%&'()   !"#$%!"&'()*#+,!"&-./                                                      control
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       •       !"#$%&'( )*+,  !"#$%&'()#$*+,-./                                                      with a focus on the importance of originality
                                                                                                   • Planning entertainment programmes
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                                                                                                   • Writing for TV dramas and sitcom - an introduction to the fundamental elements of
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                                                                                                   • Exercise: how to plan, pitch and develop a TV programme

                                                                                                 Students are expected to participate actively in writing projects, discussion and evaluation
                                                                                                 of each other’s work. At the end of the workshop, students are expected to have a basic
                                                                                                 understanding of TV writing and its process. They will also learn about industry standards
                                                                                                 and opportunities.




                                                                                    7/7-1/9/07   E21/7/07 –      åç=Åä~ëëF====          ! Saturdays      2:30-4:30pm       8    /Sessions
                                                                                        !N   U        Classroom 8, 1/F, HKAPA====        Cantonese       HK$1,650

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