This course teaches the student the role of being on camera talent in a variety of different production situations. The varied roles of a live reporter, in a hard news deadline situation, the anchorâ€™s roles on the news set, the host talentâ€..
Though we might thinkÂ of film as an essentially visual experience, we really cannot afford to underestimate the importance of film sound. A meaningful sound track is often as complicated as the image on the screen. The course introduces stude..
Participation and performing emphasis course is designed to introduce fundamentals of the actorâ€™s craft to directing students. Students delve into various acting techniques and introductory directing methods through improvisation, exercises,..
Color grading is taking what you have done in color correction one step further, by altering an image for aesthetic and communicative purposes. So once everything is looking nice and normal in your video, you are now empowered with the ability..
Compositors work at the end of the production process. They receive material from various sources which could include rendered computer animation, special effects, graphics, 2D animation, live action, static background plates, etc. Their job i..
Continuity editing is the predominant style of film editing and video editing in the post-production process of filmmaking of narrative filmsÂ and television programs. The purpose of continuity editing is to smooth over the inherent discontinu..
This workshop explores the role of the director in the process of translation from page to screen, focusing on the director/actor relationship, narrative structure and visual language. Assignments will include the casting, mounting and realiza..
Character analysis is when you evaluate a character’s traits, their role in the story, and the conflicts they experience. When analyzing, you will want to think critically, ask questions, and draw conclusions about the character by looki..
Blocking is an area overlooked by actors. Many beginners believe this responsibility rest solely with the director. But it is the actor who knows his character best and a good director seeks out this input during early readings and rehearsals...