Pretty easy, overall.
I would highly recommend this course because it forces you to collaborate with your peers. Not just the peers in your classroom, but in other classes too. Currently, we're working on a documentary project. There's four of us from my class, and four from the Produce and Direct class. Everyone has their own specific job (Cinematographer, Gaffer, Assistant Camera, Producer, Director, etc.) which makes you feel like you're actually working in the film industry.
I've learned it's very important to communicate with EVERYONE working on your project. Everyone will have a say in how the production proceeds. You may think you know everything and you can do everything on your own but that is a total lie. Film is entirely about collaboration. You may think just because you're not the director or cinematographer then your job is pointless, but that is 100% false!! All jobs are so important!
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It's a pretty easy class for the most part just as long as you do your assigned reading and focus in class. If you're a film study then you will really appreciate this. The class is aligned with two others that work together towards the same goal.