This course familiarizes students with narrative through the art of film making with topics including history of film, film genres, independent films, cinematography, screenwriting, and criticism.
This course provides historical background and components of film and familiarizes students with film genres and myriad directors’ styles.
Study of film-making process from concept to completion with special emphasis on the relationship between various job categories and the specific role of the "below the line" production technician.
This course will familiarize students with the process of script writing, from the conception of a story through the developed narrative. Students will learn to critique films and scripts and will compose their own screenplays. The maximum number of students in a class will be twelve.
Course This course will focus on developing a digital short film for the purpose of applying the technical skills acquired during prerequisite course study. By creating a narrative visual story, this course encapsulates the study of the filmmaking process from concept to completion.