Tuesday, April 15, 2008

Last year's students in Doc have a film in international distribution...really, no kidding....

You may never have another chance to work this hard and learn this much about documentary filmmaking:

Fall Semester 2008


A challenging workshop and lecture course in which students carry out
research, planning, production, and postproduction for a video documentary
and formal program proposal. Major topics include documentary genres and
techniques, criteria for selecting subject matter, primary and secondary
sources of information. Communications majors only. Prerequisites: TVR
29900 or TVR 21500 or CNPH 22400 or JOUR 21200 or permission of
instructor. 4 credits.

MWF 1:00 pm - 1:50 pm Park 279
W 4:00 pm - 4:50 pm Park 279

You will:

* learn about documentary, one of the fastest growing areas of media

* study with Dr. Ben Crane, an Emmy-winning documentary producer;

* work in groups as independent production companies.

Doc students have won major awards, screened their work at major festivals, and sold their work for international distribution.

Think about it. What better way to spend the fall semester?


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