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Fundamentals of Filmmaking: Fall
Introduction to Film Production FOF
DATE & TIME
Fall 2017 dates to be determined, starting date in September or October
INSTRUCTOR Terry Simpson
TOTAL CLASS HOURS 24
This class provides students with a practical and comprehensive grounding in film production including lighting, camera, composition, audio, and editing. Students are provided with the crucial foundation for an understanding of the entire production process. Students also receive a hands-on overview of digital editing basics -- including audio.
These projects give students experience in the complete production process including scripts and storyboards, shooting, and editing. Class time is devoted to technical skill building, film analysis, screening projects and critiques of student work. This class provides the foundation for the entire spectrum of filmmaking including narrative, documentary, music videos, corporate videos, personal and experimental work, and projects for the web.
Fundamentals of Filmmaking can serve as a stand-alone introduction to the basics of film production, or as a springboard for other production classes at the Seattle Film Institute. Tuition includes the textbook, and use of cameras and editing equipment. A refundable equipment deposit for checking out equipment is the responsibility of the student.
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