During the intensive four part Documentary Program, students work together to produce, direct, and edit a documentary. Every step of the process from choosing a topic to distribution is dealt with.
During pre-production, fundamental techniques involving research, planning, story development, and interview techniques are covered.
Next, students embark on the production phase -- they shoot on location, exercising new skills in camera, lighting, and sound recording techniques.
In post-production students concentrate on both the creative side of editing and the hands-on world of nonlinear editing using Final Cut Pro.
This program thoroughly examines what it takes to get your own documentary off the ground from grant writing to budgeting. By the end of the program, you’ll have a DVD copy of the documentary project produced in class and a set of skills to help you confidently embark on your next project.
Tuition: $545; Lab Fee: $100.00 Instructor: Krk Nordenstrom
In Documentary Video Production, students complete pre-production on their project(s), and shoot their documentary. Each week, students review the footage they have shot and plan the next shoot. The structure of the class takes into account the fluid nature of documentary production and provides a structure for dealing with unanticipated issues. By the end of the class, students have acquired the material that will be edited during the final stage of the program.
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Instructor: Krk Nordenstrom