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Introduction to Video Creation

This course will provide the essential tools to produce video projects for a wide array of purposes: from social media posts to fiction or documentary pieces, considering the different stages of audiovisual production.

overview

The objective of this course is for students to create a project which reflects both an original idea and a clear understanding of the practical and conceptual aspects of video creation. The course will enable students to develop an original screenplay, define and organize the required resources to produce the project, record it and edit it.  Technical aspects (such as camera, lighting, and sound) will be studied theoretically and then put into practice in the campus’ film production facilities. Additionally, the student’s projects will be partially produced during class hours in collaboration with their classmates. *Use of a DSLR camera is highly recommended but not mandatory.

Code

HUM 2100

language

English

terms

Fall, Spring, Summer I

credit

4 credits / 60 contact hours

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