Fall 2019 - CA 390 D100
Filmmaking IV (4)
Class Number: 9814
Delivery Method: In Person
Course Times + Location:
Tu 2:30 PM – 5:20 PM
GCA 4955, GOLDCORP
Office Hours: by appointment
Prerequisites:CA (or FPA) 231 or approval of instructor.
This course includes a series of technical workshops, screenings and seminars along with the completion of creative student projects. A laboratory fee is required. Project costs may require personal funding over and above the lab fee. Students with credit for FPA 390 may not take this course for further credit.
Through viewings, readings, discussion and project-based exercises this course aims to expand on the investigation of cinematic fruition. A laboratory fee is required. Project costs may require personal funding over and above the lab fee.
This studio course will encourage students to explore personal processes in order to take short film projects from visualization to completion, allowing them to delve deeper in their own voice and artistic practice. Emphasis will be put in four areas: research, production, presentation and analysis. Working individually and in various collaborative teams students will create a series of projects with specific creative parameters, leading to a final film/screening at the Djavad Mowafaghian Cinema.
- Film Exercise #1 20%
- Film Journal 15%
- Final Film – All in-class presentations and final screening (20%), final report (15%) and image journal 10% 45%
- Commitment: (participation in class discussion, critical analysis, attendance, punctuality attitude and support to the cohort as well as dedication to one’s own work) 20%
Work will be graded on both quality and evidence of student’s growth and progress
MATERIALS + SUPPLIES:
Journal, field notebook, project hard drive, vimeo account
Students will receive suggested or required readings in class
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