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FMMC1002

Visual Language of Editing

Visual Language of Editing
In this course students will have a hands-on experience of the language of video editing that we see in the media every day. Through lecture and discussion, students will analyze professionally produced music videos and commercials in an effort to understand the elements of shot selection, sequencing, pacing, and storytelling. Students will then produce their own short videos, re-editing the works viewed, and utilizing the raw film footage that was used to create the professional product. (FMMC 0105 or by waiver)
Subject:
Film & Media Culture
Department:
Film & Media Culture
Division:
Arts
Requirements Fulfilled:
ART WTR

Sections

Winter 2011

FMMC1002A-W11 Lecture (Ottinger)

Winter 2009

FMMC1002A-W09 Lecture (Ottinger)

Winter 2007

FMMC1002A-W07 Lecture (Ottinger)

Winter 2006

FMMC1002A-W06 Lecture (Ottinger)

Winter 2005

FMMC1002A-W05 Lecture (Ottinger)

Winter 2004

FMMC1002A-W04 Lecture (Ottinger)