FMI 101H Honors - Cinema I: Storytelling

Introduces the knowledge of basic video production equipment, crew functions, and techniques.  Students learn and practice the foundation vocabulary of digital filmmaking and direct and shoot various short films of their own, working individually and in groups. Students also learn the principles of digital editing. This course is a more demanding section of FMI 101 incorporating student-led investigations of media literacy and the power of individual shots and cuts to affect the resultant narrative. Students in the honors section also examine the historical and cultural contexts of the contemporary state of moving-image storytelling in depth.  The course includes studio and lecture.

Credits

3 credits

Prerequisite

None. Only open to students in Freshman Honors.

SEE Certification

Fine Arts

Offered

Fall or Spring

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