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FMMC0105

Sight and Sound I

Sight and Sound I
In this course students will gain a theoretical understanding of the ways moving images and sounds communicate, as well as practical experience creating time-based work. We will study examples of moving images as we use cameras, sound recorders, and non-linear editing software to produce our own series of short works. Emphasis will be placed on understanding the possibilities of the medium through experimentation, analysis, and detailed feedback while exploring different facets of cinematic communication. (FMMC 0101, or FMMC 0102, or approval of instructor) 3 hrs. lect./3 hrs. lab
Subject:
Film & Media Culture
Department:
Film & Media Culture
Division:
Arts
Requirements Fulfilled:
ART
Equivalent Courses:

Sections

Spring 2015

FMMC0105A-S15 Lecture (Miranda Hardy)

Fall 2014

FMMC0105A-F14 Lecture (Uricaru)

Spring 2014

FMMC0105A-S14 Lecture (Houghton)

Fall 2013

FMMC0105A-F13 Lecture (Uricaru)

Spring 2013

FMMC0105A-S13 Lecture (Uricaru)
FMMC0105Y-S13 Lab (Uricaru)
FMMC0105Z-S13 Lab (Uricaru)

Winter 2013

FMMC0105A-W13 Lecture (Houghton)

Spring 2012

FMMC0105A-S12 Lecture (Houghton)
FMMC0105B-S12 Lecture (Houghton)
FMMC0105Z-S12 Lab (Houghton)

Spring 2011

FMMC0105A-S11 Lecture (Tucker)
FMMC0105B-S11 Lecture (Tucker)
FMMC0105Z-S11 Lab (Tucker)

Spring 2010

FMMC0105A-S10 Lecture (Tucker)
FMMC0105Z-S10 Screening (Tucker)

Winter 2010

FMMC0105A-W10 Lecture (Tucker)

Spring 2009

FMMC0105A-S09 Lecture (Tucker)
FMMC0105B-S09 Lecture (Tucker)
FMMC0105Z-S09 Screening (Tucker)

Winter 2009

FMMC0105A-W09 Lecture (Andrews)