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Master’s in Narrative and Digital Production

Master’s in Narrative and Digital Production

This Master’s program is intended to develop the participant’s abilities to Analyze and understand the elements and concepts of audiovisual narrative, while at the same time helping to identify the elements that make up a story for a script. Participants will apply the tools they need to design and generate digital sound, images, and animation, creating digital audiovisual products to strengthen communication strategies of businesses, agencies, and media.

Bloque 1

  • Fundamentos y géneros de la narrativa audiovisual

Horarios

Fridays from 5 to 8 pm

Saturdays from 9am to 2 pm

Becas

For information about financing, please contact the program coordinator.

Claustro de profesores

Nuestros profesores comparten la convicción de que la educación personalizada es la mejor manera de propiciar el auténtico desarrollo de la sociedad.

Perfil de ingreso

The Master’s in Narrative and Digital Production is oriented to professionals who as interested in audiovisual languages applied to the generation of 2D and 3D animations for media such as film, television or internet.

 

The ideal candidate is characterized by a passion for written stories and their visual articulation.

Perfil de egreso

The graduate of the Master’s in Narrative and Digital Production is a professional expert in stories, in the different processes and elements of audiovisual narration. The participant will construct a script through different narrative genres for audiovisual media, create digital productions, form animation to digital post production, and produce video and audio as part of a digital audiovisual project.

Opciones de titulación

Project.

Creation of an audiovisual product. It can be carried out in the intensive workshop on Digital Production at NYFA campus Universal Studios in Los Angeles. 

Contact

Lourdes Padilla Luengas

lpadillal@up.edu.mx

5255 5482 1600 ext. 6135

RVOE

Master, Plantel Rodin: SEP agreement no. 20091225 at november 23, 2009