Film 2: Intermediate Filmmaking Lab
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Division: The New School for Public Engagement
School: School of Media Studies
Course Number: NFLM 3632
Course Format: Studio
Location: NYC campus
Permission Required: No
To realize an artistic vision in film requires an in-depth understanding of the technology, process, and tools. In this workshop, students explore advanced concepts and techniques in film and digital media production through a series of exercises that evolve into increasingly complex collaborative projects. Topics include operation of advanced 16mm film and HD digital cameras, film stocks and video formats, the structure of a film crew and the responsibilities of its members, lenses and lighting equipment, shooting exteriors and interiors, gripping, production design, field sound recording, preproduction planning and breakdowns, film and HD workflows, and the collaborative process. Working as a team, students set up and shoot several scenes in class and two scenes on location using sync-sound film and HD cameras and rotating crew positions. The scenes are then screened and critiqued by the class. Students hone their skills and work collaboratively to master the technical knowledge necessary to execute professional film and video projects. Prerequisite: Filmmaking Studio 1 or Digital Video Production, or equivalent experience and permission of the instructor. This course was formerly called Filmmaking Lab: Art, Technology, and Tools. Do not take this course if you have previously taken Filmmaking Lab; it is the same course.
Course Open to: Degree Students