Students choosing the Minor in Cinema-Television must take:
CTVU 101 Film & Television Aesthetics (3)
CTVU 105 History of Film & Television (3)
CTVU 229 Fundamentals of Production (3)
CTVU 256 Fundamentals of Post-Production (3)
Plus six (6) Cinema-Television elective credits.
TOTAL CREDIT HOURS: 16
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Concepts of film aesthetics and analysis; exposure to classical Hollywood, documentary andEuropean art cinema. Emphasis on describing and analyzing film style.
The history of film from the early 20th century to the present. Attention given to contributions of various national and international filmmakers and production trends.
Basic principles of film production, including camera operation (focus, exposure, depth-of-field, and lenses), composition, sequencing, screen direction, camera moves, and basic lighting. The class will include skills exercises and story-centric projects. Prerequisites: CTVU 101 and CTVU 105.
Introduction to non-linear post-production. How to create and manage projects with an emphasis on picture and sound, keeping in mind the aesthetics of narrative and documentary editing.