Not too easy. Not too difficult.
This course was not what i expected. It truly changed the way i view movies overall, as it forced me to think of films from a different perspective, made me think like i was the man behind the camera. Great course filled with knowledge that will be useful, perhaps cause a person to change their major or intended career.
Just to say, learned a whole lot. For starters it was a introduction to film class so we covered the basic overview of film, but we also broke down the components of film making and dissected the meaning of films from the early 1900's to modern day 2010's. Kind of ruined the way i view movies, since it made me view the film from another lens, bettered my understanding of the process and work that goes into creating a work of art, since there's more than meets the eye.
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Advice for students:
In order to succeed in this course, you must remain patient. Take time to study and review the material with open arms. Digest the information you retrieved like a sponge and use it to how you feel is best, rather than use it to how you think it should be or by what you feel is expected. Also, time management is extremely important, there are so many factors and components that go into film making that may be overlooked but their value is at high importance, so make time to sit down and break the work down step by step.