COMMUNICATION

COMM-080
Film and Digital Media Workshop (0)

Course Level: Continuing Education

Noncredit workshops covering a variety of skills in both technical and business aspects of film and digital media. Usually offered once per year. Prerequisite: permission of school.

COMM-080
001
COMMUNICATION
SPRING 2015

Course Level: Continuing Education

Film and Digital Media Workshop (0)

Classroom in the Wild: Chesapeake Bay

The Center for Environmental Filmmaking is offering students a one-week alternative spring break program in the Chesapeake Bay to introduce them to the challenges and fun of environmental filmmaking. This non-credit course is for both first-time and experienced filmmakers and photographers who have an interest in the outdoors and in communicating environmental, wildlife, and natural history subjects.

COMM-080
N01
COMMUNICATION
SUMMER 2015

Course Level: Continuing Education

Film and Digital Media Workshop (0)

The LA Experience

This is an intensive summer producing program offered in collaboration with Columbia College Chicago, and geared towards students who want to work in the film and television industries. The program is based in Los Angeles. It consists of a five-week course of study on the Raleigh Studios Lot, followed by a field experience. Coursework includes pitching, sales, studio producing, research and analysis, line producing, and a unit on navigating the job process. Prerequisite: COMM-382/682, COMM-331/631, COMM-434/634, a faculty reference and a statement of purpose, or permission of school.

COMM-080
N02
COMMUNICATION
SUMMER 2015

Course Level: Continuing Education

Film and Digital Media Workshop (0)

Classroom in the Wild: Expedition Filmmaking, Alaska

Students spend eight days in Alaska for an intensive, non-credit field experience in environmental filmmaking under harsh conditions or in difficult situations. No filmmaking or camping experience needed. Open to all AU students, faculty, alums, as well as non-AU affiliated individuals. The course combines survival-skill training with filmmaking techniques on rock, ice, and water.