Film Production (Minor)

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The minor in Film Production provides students with hands-on experience utilizing the latest digital technology in motion picture production while incorporating classic cinema narrative theory and aesthetics.

Course Requirements​

Course Title Quarter Hours
FILM 101FOUNDATIONS OF CINEMA FOR MAJORS (FORMERLY DC 110)4
or FILM 102 FOUNDATIONS OF CINEMA FOR NON-MAJORS (FORMERLY DC 205)
FILM 110DIGITAL CINEMA PRODUCTION I (FORMERLY DC 210)4
or FILM 111 CINEMA PRODUCTION FOR NON-MAJORS (FORMERLY DC 150)
POST 100VIDEO EDITING (FORMERLY DC 120)4
or POST 110 EDITING I (FORMERLY DC 220)
SCWR 100INTRODUCTION TO SCREENWRITING (FORMERLY DC 201)4
or SCWR 101 SCREENWRITING FOR MAJORS (FORMERLY DC 101)
Select three (3) of the following:12
INTRODUCTION TO THE MOTION PICTURE INDUSTRY (FORMERLY DC 389)
VIDEO FOR SOCIAL MEDIA (FORMERLY DC 111)
DIGITAL STILL PHOTOGRAPHY FOR NON-MAJORS (FORMERLY DC 125)
DIGITAL STILL PHOTOGRAPHY (FORMERLY DC 225)
THE ART OF PRODUCTION DESIGN (FORMERLY DC 121)
CINEMA & ART (FORMERLY DC 233)
THE ART OF SCREEN ACTING (FORMERLY DC 250)
LIVE EVENT/TALK TV WORKSHOP (FORMERLY TV 381)
ACTING FOR FILMMAKERS (FORMERLY DC 349)
AUDIO FOR PODCASTS AND OTHER MEDIA (FORMERLY DC 113)
FILM STRUCTURE FOR MAJORS (FORMERLY DC 221)
CLASSIC HOLLYWOOD FILM STRUCTURE (FORMERLY DC 222)
INTRODUCTION TO VISUAL EFFECTS