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FILM4210 - Video III Advanced Production Techniques
Building upon the knowledge and experience gained in Video II, students in Video III focus on independent projects open to all directions and styles. Production of a directed assignment at the start of the semester serves to review and refresh students' skills. Regularly scheduled student presentations of work-in-progress, discussions, critiques, and screenings of completed work are the primary class format. This process reemphasizes the importance of planning for deadlines. The virtues of adaptability will also be reinforced within a class structure which evolves from semester to semester based upon student needs, project requirements, available resources and faculty inclinations.

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Description Building upon the knowledge and experience gained in Video II, students in Video III focus on independent projects open to all directions and styles. Production of a directed assignment at the start of the semester serves to review and refresh students' skills. Regularly scheduled student presentations of work-in-progress, discussions, critiques, and screenings of completed work are the primary class format. This process reemphasizes the importance of planning for deadlines. The virtues of adaptability will also be reinforced within a class structure which evolves from semester to semester based upon student needs, project requirements, available resources and faculty inclinations.
Prerequisites ( CINE3210 / Studio <min grade = D-, min credit = 3.00> or FILM3210 / Studio <min grade = D-, min credit = 3.00> or MS3312 / Lecture <min grade = D-, min credit = 3.00> )
Corequisites N/A
Fees N/A
Credits 3.00
Credit Types Audit, Credit, HECC Credit, NonCredit, Transfer Credit

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