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Apply for Film & Media Studies FMS 282

FMS 282, Advanced Production Workshop, will  take skills and insights gained in introductory production courses and develop them through the creation of one 10-minute project. We will learn by making work as well as by researching, reading and watching films. We may take this opportunity to learn the conventions of our chosen form or we may decide that our content demands formal experimentation and risk-taking. The course will be structured by the projects each student brings to it. Prerequisite: Introduction to Video Production. Application and permission of instructor required. Enrollment limited to 10. {A} Credits: 4

Instructor: Anaiis Cisco; class: Tuesday, Thursday, 9:25am-12:05pm


Application

In what semester did you take Introduction to Film and Media Studies (FMS150) or its equivalent on another campus?
Why do you want to take this course? What would you like to accomplish in it?
Have you taken any film or video production or digital art classes? Do you have experience with video production outside of a college class?
Have you taken any other Film & Media Studies classes? Please list them.
In this course we will make one short video working within narrative, documentary, and experimental/hybrid modes. Please write a brief, general description of a project you might like to create in the course.