Digital Filmmaking: Storytelling on Film
From low-budget, independent features to major Hollywood productions, an increasing number of movies are shot digitally. If you are considering a career in filmmaking, then take this course to acquire the skills necessary for advanced film study in college. Gain a thorough understanding of the technical aspects of this digital art form, including lens usage, blocking, and professional conventions. Work in small production crews and share rotating responsibilities, learning about writing, producing, storyboarding, cinematography, audio recording, and editing. Explore how to develop creative concepts and to capture them digitally—from the first shoot to the final edit. Hands-on, instructional morning and afternoon sessions conclude with a screening of your final film. You will shoot outdoors at local venues.
You'll Walk Away with
- Experience developing creative concepts and capturing them digitally
- Familiarity with the process of filmmaking, including writing, producing, recording, and editing
- Essential skills for advanced film study
- High school students in grades 9–12
- High school students with an interest in filmmaking