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COMM-631 Film and Video Production and Direction I (3)

Course Level: Graduate

Fundamental technical and aesthetic considerations involved in visual media production. Through projects in audiotape, 35mm slides, and small format video that are critiqued in class, students learn the principles and procedures of sound recording and editing, cinematography, editing visual images, and preproduction planning. Usually offered every term. Prerequisite: admission to graduate film program.

COMM-631 Film and Video Production and Direction (3)

Course Level: Graduate

Core skill sets, aesthetic considerations, and narrative structures involved in visual storytelling. Covers all aspects of production and direction, from preproduction to production and post. Students work individually and in small teams. This intensely hands-on course allows each student the opportunity to explore fiction and nonfiction filmmaking. Usually offered every fall. Restriction: graduate film program.