Cinematography Concentration, Film & Television (MS)

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Course Requirements

Course Title Quarter Hours
DOC 452DOCUMENTARY CINEMATOGRAPHY (FORMERLY DC 478)4
FILM 401FUNDAMENTALS OF CINEMA PRODUCTION (FORMERLY DC 414)4
FILM 450CINEMATOGRAPHY (FORMERLY DC 475)4
FILM 455LIGHTING I (FORMERLY DC 477)4
FILM 456LIGHTING FOR CINEMA II (FORMERLY DC 484)4
FILM 457CINEMATIC SPACE (FORMERLY DC 433)4
or FILM 458 ADVANCED CAMERA TECHNOLOGIES (FORMERLY DC 458)
FILM 464ADVANCED CINEMATOGRAPHY (FORMERLY DC 494)4
FILM 479VISUAL DESIGN (FORMERLY DC 476)4
FILM 499INTERNSHIPS IN MEDIA AND DESIGN1-4
POST 400EDITING (FORMERLY DC 420)4
POST 440COLOR CORRECTION (FORMERLY DC 425)4
SCWR 400FOUNDATIONS OF SCREENWRITING (FORMERLY DC 501)4
Select one of the following:4
EXPERIMENTAL FILMMAKING I (FORMERLY DC 447)
ADVANCED COLOR CORRECTION (FORMERLY DC 426)
FILMMAKERS SEMINAR (FORMERLY DC 488)

Optional Los Angeles Quarter

Students may apply to participate in the Los Angeles Quarter Program for the spring of their second year; they will spend 12 weeks in Hollywood doing industry internships, living with their fellow DePaul classmates, and having twice-weekly classes on an industry lot where they will have intimate question and answer sessions with industry professionals in all aspects of the film, TV, and videogame world. If selected to participate in the LA program, MS in Film and Television - Cinematography students would take SCWR 446 and FILM 499 in Los Angeles.

MS in Film and Television - Cinematography students who are not selected to participate in the LA program, would take FILM 499 in Chicago and POST 444 or FILM 425 .