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16mm Film & Digital Production
Making the 16mm Film or Digital Project
FMP-A: Thursdays, Time TBA, call for info
Instructor: Jeter Rhodes
8 Sessions: 7:00 - 10:00 PM
Tuition: $545; Lab Fee $215
Prerequisite: Tools of Production (CTOP)
Students in the Film Production Process class shoot their own non-sync* 16mm film. The class is divided into groups of 5-7 people. Each group takes full responsibility for their projects as they write the scripts, prepare storyboards, cast actors, scout and secure locations, and finally shoot their project. Weekly class sessions cover scripting, shot lists and storyboards, budgeting, location scouting, permit procedures, casting, art direction, and advanced production skills. All footage is carefully analyzed and critiqued in class. Access to the camera and lighting package and film and processing costs are included in the lab fee. Other costs associated with production and the refundable equipment deposit are the student's responsibility.
*"Non-sync" means that though there is no dialogue lip-synced with the picture, the film still has full music, sound effects and narration.
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