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ART 297W Video and Film

Course Description:Expanding on the concepts and techniques introduced in Video I, this course will explore the nature and purpose of narrative video and film through exercises, screenings and several group projects. Students will be introduced to strategies of narrative –both conventional and experimental, through the use of storyboards and treatments, plot development, voice overs, pacing, suspension of disbelief, and denouement. Students will engage with a range of approaches to the short narrative found in video and film, such as biography, parallel narratives, conceptual video, mocumentary, parody, and the remake.

Course Rotation:NY:Fall

Credits

3 credits

Prerequisite

ART 186 Min Grade D or FSS 204 Min Grade D