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Across the three areas of producing, directing and cinematography, students will build on their knowledge and experience by completing more complex assignments. Producing: as productions get more complex, the role of producer also becomes more involved. Students will explore opportunities and learn to overcome roadblocks as they produce their stage two productions. Directing: working with a script, doing breakdowns, working with actors and larger crews. Cinematography: lighting, camera movement and camera technology are explored in stage two cinematography. An emphasis on efficient shooting techniques and time management on location to insure the maximum editable footage is delivered to post. More complex audio recording is covered. Throughout the production course students will learn the various aspects of telling stories with technology.

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