DMS 315 Intermediate Documentary

Lee, Carl :: Th 1:00PM – 4:40PM :: CFA 286
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Intermediate Documentary Production is an undergraduate course that will further develop students’ video and audio production and post-production skills through hands-on exploration of non-fiction filmmaking. Students will work on a series of short exercise assignments with a focus on observational shooting, a collaborative in-class project, and a final project. Topics to be covered include: modes of documentary; non-fiction story-telling; observational/verité shooting and audio recording techniques; the interview (approaches, set-up, lighting); lighting for documentary; video technology; image and sound editing; preparing video for online distribution, and additional topics to be decided. Regular screenings of non-fiction work will take place. Students must have taken and passed Basic Video (DMS103) or Basic Documentary (DMS105) or equivalent, or have permission of the instructor to take this class. A lab fee of $125 is assessed for this course.

Fulfills Intermediate Production.