Humanities Arts Cultural Stu 0210 - Filmmaking Workshop: Sculpting in Time
01:00PM-03:50PM M;07:00PM-09:00PM TU
Jerome Liebling Center 120;Jerome Liebling Center 120
This course teaches the basic skills of 16mm film production, including camera work, editing, animation, optical printing and preparation for a finished work in film and video. Students will submit weekly written responses to theoretical and historical readings and to screenings of films and DVDs that represent a variety of aesthetic approaches to the moving image. There will be a series of filmmaking assignments culminating in a final project. The bulk of the work will be produced in 16mm format including animation, optical printing, plus a variety of ways to self-process film or create cameraless moving images. Digital image processing and non-linear editing will also be supported. KEYWORDS:16mm filmmaking
Time and Narrative Students are expected to spend a minimum of 6-8 hours of work outside of class time per week Lab/Materials fee:$65 Library Materials: 16mm, b/w , reversal film - 3 , 100 foot rolls.
Permission is required for interchange registration during the add/drop period only.