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Cinema / TV

Fall 2020 Asynchronous Online Class Information

 

Class Section Name Description Instructor
Cinema 1 15245/ 15246 Introduction to Motion Picture Production A comprehensive introduction to film and video production techniques and equipment. Students should take Cinema 1 and 2 together. Joni Varner
Cinema 1 15250/ 15253 Introduction to Motion Picture Production A comprehensive introduction to film and video production techniques and equipment. Students should take Cinema 1 and 2 together. Joni Varner
Cinema 2 15270/ 15273 Beginning Motion Picture Workshop Introductory workshop in practical filmmaking. Each student will be responsible for making several short films in digital video. (Cinema 1 concurrent) Dylan Shields
Cinema 2 15276/ 15278 Beginning Motion Picture Workshop Introductory workshop in practical filmmaking. Each student will be responsible for making several short films in digital video. (Cinema 1 concurrent) Joni Varner
Cinema 2 15282/ 15285 Beginning Motion Picture Workshop Introductory workshop in practical filmmaking. Each student will be responsible for making several short films in digital video. (Cinema 1 concurrent) Dylan Shields
Cinema 2 15289/ 15293 Beginning Motion Picture Workshop Introductory workshop in practical filmmaking. Each student will be responsible for making several short films in digital video. (Cinema 1 concurrent) Joni Varner
Cinema 3 15294/ 15295 History of Motion Pictures History of the development of motion pictures, with examples, from their beginnings to the present day. Emphasis on the American feature film. Jonathan Kuntz
Cinema 3 15298/ 15301 History of Motion Pictures History of the development of motion pictures, with examples, from their beginnings to the present day. Emphasis on the American feature film. Jonathan Kuntz
Cinema 3 15304/ 15309 History of Motion Pictures History of the development of motion pictures, with examples, from their beginnings to the present day. Emphasis on the American feature film. Scott Mazak
Cinema 3 15313/ 15317 History of Motion Pictures History of the development of motion pictures, with examples, from their beginnings to the present day. Emphasis on the American feature film. 8 Week Class 10/26 - 12/20 Jen Penton
Cinema 3 22674/ 22675 History of Motion Pictures History of the development of motion pictures, with examples, from their beginnings to the present day. Emphasis on the American feature film. 8 week Class 8/31-10/25 James Fleury
Cinema 4 15369/ 15371 Reality and History of Documentary Students examine the development of films dealing with the truth. Non-fiction films seen and discussed include: historical, animated, propaganda, educational, commercial, personal and participatory, cinema verite and direct cinema.

Michele Gendelman

Cinema 4 15374/ 16376 Reality and History of Documentary Students examine the development of films dealing with the truth. Non-fiction films seen and discussed include: historical, animated, propaganda, educational, commercial, personal and participatory, cinema verite and direct cinema. Mary Samuelson
Cinema 4 20387/ 20388 Reality and History of Documentary Students examine the development of films dealing with the truth. Non-fiction films seen and discussed include: historical, animated, propaganda, educational, commercial, personal and participatory, cinema verite and direct cinema. 8 Week Class 10/26 - 12/20 Scott Mazak
Cinema 10 15420/ 15422 Introduction to Film Directing PREREQUISITES: Cinema 1, 2, 3, and 4 or 18 with satisfactory grades. The student is introduced to the crafts of acting and directing for the film medium. Krystle Klein
Cinema 18 17791/ 18112 Introduction to Film Genres Students explore the main film genres, along with the specific contributions of the major filmmakers in each genre, and the style and practices of studio production, marketing, and distribution.  Krystle Klein
Cinema 18 26560/ 26960 Introduction to Film Genres Students explore the main film genres, along with the specific contributions of the major filmmakers in each genre, and the style and practices of studio production, marketing, and distribution. 8 week Class 8/31-10/25 Joel Trudgeon
Cinema 20 22118 Business Aspects of Motion Picture Production PREREQUISITES: Cinema 1, 2, 3 and 4. Survey of business practices including financing, production and distribution for cinema majors. Krystle Klein
Cinema 32-1 17904/ 17905 Editing Fundamentals 1 PREREQUISITES: Cinema 1, 2, 3, and Cin 4 or Cin 18. Intermediate students will learn the basics of editing with non-linear digital equipment. Dylan Shields
Cinema 32-2 17906/ 17907 Editing Fundamentals 2 PREREQUISITES: Cinema 32 or 32-1. The student develops advanced editing techniques and gains practical skills in visual effects, motion graphics, compositing, sound design, color correction and finishing. The student gains workflow knowledge and explores the entire post-production process through footage provided in class as well as their own footage. Students learn the differences between editing for documentary, dramatic narrative and genre, as well as the role of the assistant editor. Dylan Shields
Cinema 33-1&2 10728& 10754/ 10733& 10759 Digital Video Production Workshop I 33-1 PREREQUISITES: Cinema 1, 2, 3 & 4. Intermediate Cinema/ TV students produce short video projects using digital video cameras & editing systems. (Same class as Television 55.) (CSU) 33-2 PREREQUISITES: 33-1 Intermediate film and television students will extensively plan, shoot and edit two short or one longer advanced digital video project(s). Special emphasis will be on preproduction planning. (CSU) Krystle Klein
TV 1 15861 Introduction to Television Students study what's on Television/ Internet and why, including the history of Radio and Television Broadcasting. They also learn costs, ratings, profits, the FCC rules, cable and Pay Television. Recommended elective for Journalism, Theater and Public Relations. Linda Beal
TV 55 18609/ 18610 Digital Video Production Workshop I PREREQUISITES: Cinema 1, 2 and TV 4, 9. Intermediate Television students will produce short video projects using basic digital video cameras and editing systems. (Same class as Cinema 33.) Krystle Klein

 

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