COM 216 - Advanced Filmmaking
This advanced level course offers the student further instruction in the art of digial filmmaking. Students will experience industry standard production techniques using various filming equipment. This course of study will allow the student to concentrate on topics such as: lighting, pre- and post-production practices, grip, sound and editing methods, as well as shot layout, blocking, directing and cinematography.
Prerequisites: COM 215 Intermediate Filmmaking
2 Class Hours, 2 Studio Hours
Learning Outcomes of the Course:
Upon successful completion of this course the student will be able to:
1. Possess a working knowledge of the individual workflow of data, and its effect on a time-based filmmaking or video project.
2. Understand advanced editing techniques using a digital non-linear editing system, including special effects, tilting, and color correction.
3. Understand the standard operation and maintenance of a commercial studio lighting rig.
4. Compile a series of short individual projects, or a single individual project of considerable length in a digital time-based medium, either in standard-definition or high-definition digital video.
5. Produce their body of work into a demonstration reel for employment or further studies.
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