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ARTS-181-01 Introduction to Film Making
Spring for 2010-2011
Faculty:
  • Bocci, Roberto
  • This course is designed to develop both technical and artistic skills using Apple Macintosh computers as a creative tool to create short movies. In every class you will be introduced to new production and/ or post-production filmmaking techniques. Periodical presentations and screenings will be given to introduce new subject matter and ideas which will be developed in home assignments and discussed in class critiques. The programs you will learn are Final Cut, Sound Track, DVD Studio and Motion. Every week you should spend at least four to six hours working on your projects and assignments.
    Credits: 3
    Prerequisites: None

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