Not too easy. Not too difficult.
I would recommend this course primarily because my professor, Terence A. Donnelly, was a wise, insightful person who taught my class some of the tricks of the trade of the film industry, because he actually was a production manager, assistant director and producer for a number of years on different projects: Midnight Cowboy (1969); The French Connection (1971); The Exorcist (1973); An Unmarried Woman (1978); 12 Angry Men (1997); et cetera.
The highlights [and lessons] of this course were learning about Professor Donnelly's personal career and connecting his knowledge/wisdom with film financing, budgeting and distribution.
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In my opinion, showing up, listening to the professor, and making an effort to learn from both the professor and the course lessons will all contribute to a successful semester!