UCLA - UCLA/SUMMER/2010 188B - The Art and Technique of...

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UCLA/SUMMER/2010 188B - The Art and Technique of Filmmaking Instructor: David Worth Contact: Do Not Text Me / 310-405-5658 / dwprof@ucla.edu Class Meets: From Monday August 2 nd through Wednesday September 8 th Time: 1 to 3:50 pm Building: Haines Room: 39 Course Description: During this course, each student will gain insight and understanding into the Art and Technique of Filmmaking and an appreciation for the entire filmmaking process. Through lectures, screenings and in class demonstrations, the students will discover techniques that were used to set the standards for many of yesterdays and today’s Visionary Films. They will gain knowledge about Directing, Cinematography and Editing, as well as entire filmmaking process; Pre-production, Production and Post Production. Learning Outcomes: 1. Learn about many of the visionary films and filmmakers of the past 100 years. 2. Find out about The Production Iceberg. 3. Discover the answer to the question: What’s the hardest job in Showbiz? 4. Understand what “Classic Coverage” means and what the variations are. 5.
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