Aug 08, 2022  
2013-2014 Course Catalog 
    
2013-2014 Course Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

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24-6021 Production II


This course aims to help students refine their aesthetic sensibilities and sense of personal vision as directors through projects that involve writing, making storyboards; shooting in a variety of visual styles; producing; directing action; working with actors; and editing. First, students collaborate with their classmates to shoot exercises on video in a number of different cinematic styles; for the final project, each student writes and directs their own seven-to-eight-minute film. Students expand their sense of filmmaking by doing collateral work in the two other courses offered in the second semester, Theory and History of Film & Video and Editing for Film and Video. They expand a sense of aesthetic possibilities by the work they do in Theory and History and extend their editing sense through the work they do in the Editing course.

6 Credits
Requisites PREREQUISITES: 24-6011 Production I  and 24-6312 Directing I (MFA)  and 24-6713 Screenwriting I 



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