Course Info

POST 348: Titles for Cinema and Animation (Formerly Dc 362)

This course explores concepts and techniques involved in creating movie titles, TV openings, and supporting graphics for video and animation. The use of alluring sound and imagery is essential to a successful and professional-looking film. A conceptual understanding of the role time and motion have in the presentation of visual content is explored through lectures and projects. Students will gain an appreciation and skill for producing time-based media that will add value, clarity, and sophistication to cinema and animation projects. Students are encouraged to enter the course with projects in need of titles and graphics. PREREQUISITE(S): ANI 101 or ANI 201 or VFX 200 (FORMERLY DC 362)

Fall 2019-2020

Section: 401
Class number: 16550
Meeting time: TuTh 3:10PM - 4:40PM
Location: CDM 00708 at Loop Campus