Courses / Undergraduate

Fall 2021

  • Narrative Production

    185 002 | CCN: 31137

    Juan Nicolas Pereda Rodriguez

    Location: Dwinelle 135

    Date and Time: M, W 9:00am - 11:59am

    4 Units

    This intermediate film production course explores the process of making alternative fiction, non-fiction, hybrid and experimental works that defy categorization. Students direct two short exercises and act as cinematographers and sound designers in two classmate’s projects. Throughout the course students also write a proposal for a 10 to 20-minute film to be shot in Film 186 the following term.

    Short alternative films and clips from longer works from around the world are screened periodically to exemplify and discuss the various kinds of processes students can engage in in their own works.

    Prerequisites: Film 25 or production experience. Consent of instructor required.

    The class is open to juniors and seniors. Preference is given to Film & Media majors.

    Interested students should fill out an application form at https://forms.gle/16exrkgbeK76fekHA. Link to film or other art work required.

    The deadline to apply is Friday, August 6th. Students will be notified of enrollment by August 10th.

    It is strongly encouraged to take this course for students planning on doing a production based Honors Thesis.

    *While it is not necessary to enroll to the waitlist of this course to apply for admittance, you are still welcome to for your own scheduling or financial aid purposes.