Intermediate Film/Video Production
This course covers the history and development of the cinema, documentaries, and other new media and film technologies. Students learn skills and practices in various aspects of cinema and video production by applying the elements of art, principles of design, integration of technology for the effective visual communication of their ideas, feelings, and values. Students develop skills, including camera/recording operation, framing and composition, manipulations of space and time, idea development and communication, the mechanics and psychology of editing, script writing or text creation, light and sound, and impact.
In order to receive credit for this course, you must complete the concurrent course "Arts, Media, Entertainment."
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10 credits (A-G) Fine Arts | Arts, Media, Entertainment CTE Pathway Concentrator | House of Careers | Career Arts Conservatory | Technical Arts Conservatory | Theater Conservatory | State Course Code 7244