Courses / Undergraduate
187 | Session A | CCN: 14269
Special Topics in Film Production: Intro to 16mm
Colin Brant & David Borengasser
T/W/Th 10:00am-12:00pm, 1:00-3:30, Dwinelle 135 & Dwinelle 30
This course will cover a variety of 16mm filmmaking techniques, including hand-painted film, cinematography, and digital transfer with an emphasis on the avant-garde. Through readings, hands-on workshops, and individual projects, students will learn about exposure, the photochemical process, various film stocks, and digital editing. This course is intended to provide an historical perspective of film technology before the invention of video, a foundational understanding of cinematography as it is still used in video today, and an introduction to motion picture film as a professional medium of choice for contemporary filmmakers. Students will shoot and edit traditional 16mm film as well as digital transfers of film to video. This is a studio-based film production course that will utilize a range of equipment including: 16mm film cameras, video cameras and software, and audio and lighting instruments. The work created in class will culminate in a final screening/performance of individual and group assignments. Previous experience in photography or video production is highly recommended. A $30 material fee is required.