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Course provides students with an opportunity to learn more about various concentrations by examining the methods by which professionals approach, break down, or prepare a script for filming. Students analyze various drafts of scripts from several feature length and shorter films. Beginning with story analysis, class analyzes scripts in relationship to producing, directing, acting, production design, cinematography, editing, and sound design. Scripts’ strengths and weaknesses are discussed in relation to each of the production areas. Course material links with material from each of the major concentration areas in the Film and Video Department.