FLM 576: Film Workshop
Graduate 1-6 credits
The workshops are intensive classes in various aspects of the craft of film, including producing, directing, editing, cinematography, lighting design, sound design, screenwriting, directing, acting, scheduling, budgeting, writing/directing webisodes, writing, producing and directing within the Dogme tradition, and episodic television, sitcoms, dramas, mini-series, and distribution; together with lectures, readings, seminars, and panels featuring nationally distinguished artists. These workshops encourage participation by visiting students, new theatre and film artists, established film artists, and teachers who will be admitted by application and may receive academic credit upon request. Graduate students may take any Film Workshop sponsored by the MFA program for academic credit. Study may occur in Southampton, Manhattan, or abroad. A submission of a workshop application, and permission of instructor are required. 1-6 Credits. Letter graded (A, A-, B+, etc.) ¿May be repeated for credit. Semesters Offered: Fall, Spring, & Summer.
Session Class # Section Topic Instructor Mode Days Time Campus Status Winter 1495 S60 Film Workshop Magdalene Brandeis In Person Hours to be arranged TBA Southampton Campus (Southampton Campus) Open
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