Video Production

Video Production

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In Video Production, students learn video camera techniques, non-linear editing software, basic motion picture critique skills, and pre-production (treatment writing, storyboarding, and proposals) for the creation of traditional and experimental films. Over the duration of this course, students will: understand and use various shots and angles; understand and use professional editing software; understand and use a three-point lighting scheme; edit image and sound in a narrative fashion; mix sound to form a soundtrack; understand and use basic camera functions; use storyboards to further planning and pre-production; write treatments and proposals; collaborate with other students in a film project; develop critique skills through group workshops; learn producer-director relationships; and develop planning and implementation skills. Each term, focus may shift between documentary, narrative, or experimental filmmaking.

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