Description: Lecture, four hours; laboratory, four hours. Emphasis on both technical and aesthetic components of filmmaking, building with each iteration toward increasingly sophisticated and nuanced uses of all components of filmmaking process. Works in tandem with course 411B to develop hands-on skills needed for craft of media making in nonfiction mode. Taught by rotating group of specialist faculty. Topics and skills vary by term in coordination with assignments and skills needed to support course 411B. Although focus on practical skill development, hands-on practices are contextualized and motivated by creative and conceptual goals. Letter grading.
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