SCRW 315

Film Production and Editing I

4 Undergraduate credits
Effective May 8, 2013 – Present

Graduation requirements this course fulfills

The course introduces the principles and practices of electronic filmmaking as a personal and creative art form. Students will engage in exercises and projects to explore and understand editing, camera work, light, composition, and sound. A variety of cinematic forms will be examined. Student screenplays may be produced. Students will film and edit individual creative projects.

Special information

Note: This course may be taken twice for credit.

Learning outcomes

General

  • Can combine filming and editing to create personal cinematic statements.
  • Can use advanced keystrokes to navigate Final Cut Express interface to make advanced edits in sound and picture.
  • Establish a solid intermediate foundation to move into advanced digital film production courses.
  • Know how to edit at an intermediate level using Final Cut Express 4.
  • Know how to film using a digital video camera.
  • Prepared to write and direct compelling, high level, and artistic electronic cinema.
  • Understands and can utilize light and composition for advanced filming.