- Focuses on Shooting and Postproduction
- Provides a Collaborative Experience
- Develops Storytelling and Cinematic Skills
There is no better place to learn about filmmaking than NYC, which has seen tremendous growth in industry-related jobs and projects over the last five years. These courses provide fundamental and advanced instruction in shooting in high-definition, as well as postproduction editing. Working in small production crews, you will learn to write, produce, direct, and edit projects, developing finished pieces for your demo reel.
Learn more about the Certificate in Filmmaking.
Learn how to make and edit one video for the disparate audiences of Facebook, Instagram, and YouTube.
Gain hands-on experience as a cinematographer by using lighting, composition, and camera movement to create a film’s visual look.
Gain hands-on experience shooting using the double system, whereby you capture image and sound separately and synchronize them later.
Work in a small production crew to write, produce, direct, and edit a short film project.
In this intensive workshop, gain firsthand collaborative experience in short-form original content creation for brands and companies.
Learn how the services provided by managers, agents, and lawyers differ and how these keys figures can help to launch your film or TV writing career.
Work with a team of classmates to shoot a short film and take it through the postproduction stage to a finalized digital film.
Realize your artistic vision through cinematography projects while gaining the technical knowledge necessary for successful execution.
Acquire advanced cinematography techniques by shooting four projects, ranging from in-class exercises to fully lit location shoots.
This accelerated course develops the creative talents of aspiring filmmakers in the essential aspects of today’s digital film technologies.
Examine the roles, responsibilities, and skills needed to become an independent digital documentary filmmaker.
Learn the basic skills needed not only to work in this exciting film and TV department, but also to be a more effective and successful producer.