Pretty easy, overall.
I recommend this course because it gives a good description of basic film techniques and the lectures show the application of these techniques in film. Examples would be camera techniques, terms used in film, such as fabula. These examples are explained concisely and have examples to help convey what they are. The instructor is also very professional and provides entertaining lessons at certain points but avoids being off-topic.
The highlights I had for this course was that I enjoyed how the course wasn't pressuring as work wasn't taxing and it was entertaining, allowing me to remain interested in the course. In general, I learned different camera techniques and film terms that are necessary for filming. For example, I learned what a shot truly was, and learned of new terms, such as look-of-outward-regard, which was defined as a shot showing a person looking off-screen.
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Advice for students:
I would recommend potential students to remain focused in class by taking proper notes of vocabulary. The vocabulary is the main source of information in the course. While the course doesn't give any homework, make sure to memorize the vocabulary because it is what you will be tested on. The instructor is also very understanding but has rules that don't allow students to be lazy.