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Computer, Information and Network Security
Film and TV Creative Producing
Cyber-Physical Systems Engineering
Digital Media Arts
Film and Television Documentary
Film and Television Production
Computer Graphics and Motion Technology
Health Information Technology
Institute for Professional Development
Interactive and Social Media
Liberal Studies Program
Film and Television Post-Production
Film and TV Screenwriting
This class will continue honing your editing chops on assigned narrative, commercial, and documentary projects as well as teach even more advanced skills in Adobe Premiere like advanced Color Correction and integration with After Effects.
We will also cover information on how to develop Demo Reels and network to get a job in Post-Production as well as film in general.
POST 200 will run on Mondays from 5:45pm to 9pm.
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In this course, students will be introduced to the specialized post-production workflow of editing the feature film. Topics will include: understanding the script notes, organizing the project, editing scenes with a focus on performance and character arcs, working with sound effects and music, performing a temp mix, breaking the film into reels, and producing deliverables for the composer, sound editor, and color correction. PREREQUISITE(S): POST 200
For more information please contact Brian Mellen at firstname.lastname@example.org.
This course examines the role that comedy and satire have played in the cinematic arts since the turn of the last century. Students will examine the comedic language in films and television shows, while understanding the context for the times in which they were made.
Class number: 30811
Meeting time: Th 1:30PM - 4:45PM
Location: SCITY 00201 at Off Campus
Instructor: Jeff Griggs |
Location: SCITY 00201 at Off Campus at the Screening Room of Second City Theater
Instructor: Jeff Griggs | View syllabus