This course provides a forum for assigned readings and discussion of ideas in response to a current issue/event. The topic of the course will vary. May be repeated for a total of three credit hours.
Introduction to film terminology, history, and theory; overview of the film-making process from concept to completion.
Introduction to film production and technical crew positions. Best practices and techniques in lighting, audio, grip and other production positions with an emphasis on recognized safety standards.
Prerequisite(s): FLM 231.
Introduction to camera set up, operation, types, and lenses. Basic film techniques, including composition, setting up shots, and introductory setting.
Topics, excursions, and requirements determined by department. May be duplicated for credit; however only three (3) credit hours may be applied to toward any major or minor. Subject to minimum and maximum numbers. Advance deposit required.
Prerequisite(s): 12 hours of 300+ level coursework in the major and permission of department head.
Students will receive on-the-job training and experience in an area relating to film. This course may be repeated for credit to a maximum of six (6) hours.
Prerequisite(s): Film majors with senior standing and permission of department head.
Capstone experience for film majors.