Introduction to Film/Video Production
This course trains students to use film as a tool for communication and self-expression in entertainment and industry. Students will study the history and aesthetics of film as a complex, collaborative art form. They will explore the foundational elements of writing, photography, visual perception, and elements of design as they apply to cinematic expression. Students will analyze the use of film and video to share ideas and influence culture. They will also be trained in the multiple technical competencies required to communicate through film and the rich variety of employment opportunities available in the field.
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 Introduction | House of Careers | Technical Arts | Careers | Theatre | State Course Code 7243