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2013-2014 Course Catalog 
    
2013-2014 Course Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

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24-6423 Editing for Film & Video


This course provides a basic narrative editing experience in three areas: developing information-handling skills to deal with large amounts of film and audio material, acquiring the means to apply ideas about that material in order to develop an authorial approach, and using digital, non-linear off-line video editing equipment for each student to edit their own filmic interpretation. Students learn the organizational skills necessary to edit a film; advanced knowledge of post-production protocols in digital editing; and how to use elements of narrative editing strategies, including rhythm, pacing, point-of-view, screen direction, matching cuts, script analysis and communication with collaborators. Students receive critiques of their work after each project to determine the development of their proficiency of craft and creativity. Students do exercises in editing dialogue and visuals as well as the cutting of their final project in Production II.

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



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