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In this course students will examine the design of images and their critical role in how filmmakers communicate story. Through lectures, practical assignments and critique, students refine their ability to use visual components to see, conceive and communicate most effectively. This course bridges the gap between theory and practice and highlights the relationship between story structure and visual structure.