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Fall 2016 Courses
|CSS 335/800||TR||2:20-3:40||322 Marano CC|
|CSS 395/800||TR||9:35-10:55||258 Marano CC|
|CSS 485/800||M||3:00-6:00||322 Marano CC|
CSS 335/800-Advanced techniques for the production of short projects shot in black and white and color 16mm or HDVideo formats with emphasis on cinematography as the primary expressive tool. Special attention will be given to the following: natural light, artificial light, lighting diagrams, traditional film editing, in-camera effects, sync audio recording, ADR, collaborative production, and Film + HD post-production work-flow. The goal is for the student to create a short 16mm or HD video project of the highest quality image/audio in any genre and have an in-depth understanding of professional cinema production.
CSS 395/800-This course provides a comprehensive experience in film and video editing both in theory and in practice. The student will navigate and organize within photochemical, digital, and hybrid post production workflows. Motion picture images will be assembled using an Upright Moviola and a traditional film splicer as well as organized virtually in video editing software. Learning objectives include deploying concepts of continuity, montage, and parallel editing into completed short films and videos.
CSS 485/800-The purpose for this course is to examine experimental cinema and the avant garde as an alternative method of filmmaking. The student will experiment with non-narrative, impressionistic, and poetic filmmaking methods in order to engage the audience in thought-provoking manners.
Prerequisite: ENG 286