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Advance Video Editing And Production

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PRODUCING FOR VIDEO PRODUCTION

This course will introduce the students to the role of a producer and the management of production. Students will learn in-depth the key elements as well as details of the trade and will leave the classroom with enough knowledge to be able to manage their own productions. The classes will help students identify the production phases from the registration of an idea, all the related paperwork, pitching, contracts, budget, schedules, distribution, broadcasters, co-producer participation, sales plan, and access to the international markets. Students will learn the importance of a well-organized production and the interrelationship with other parts of the production crew and artists

ADVANCED VIDEO PRODUCTION TECHNIQUES

The Advanced Production Techniques explained in Introduction to Production Techniques will be expanded. Blocking will be further explored. Students will build on the master shot (three shots), using newly introduced setups and shot types. They will learn to capture audio to the camera. At the conclusion of this course, students will have completed several cinematic scenes

PORTFOLIO/FINAL PROJECT

In this course, students will learn how to apply for jobs by shaping a reel and CV, how to package a feature film or TV project, how to pitch potential projects for various markets, and how to create look books and sizzle reels to define the tone and themes of their projects. Students will be given in-depth instruction on how to work with various film departments and how to write synopses, outlines, and treatments in approved industry formats. This class also takes an in-depth look at the next steps that students should take should they wish to be writers, directors, or producers in the industry and how to leverage film markets and film festivals to begin and sustain a career.

CAREER DEVELOPMENT

Working in pairs, or should you choose, alone, you will work through every filmmaking process to develop, create, and finalize a five-minute, festival-ready short film. You will use everything you have learned in past classes throughout this program to write, direct, produce, and edit your short. Using instructor feedback at each major stage of the filmmaking process, script, rough cut, and final cut, you will learn not only how to synthesize the tools you have picked up in each class, but how to market your short and apply it to film festivals with the best chance of being shown

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