Advance and diversify storytelling techniques, filmmaking skills and methods of collaboration through field production and scripted recreation. Confronting and overcoming complicated issues and obstacles of live production, while also incorporating aspects of directed work, develops a filmmakers technical, aesthetic and critical abilities within both documentary and fictional filmmaking. Students cast, collaborate, explore, interview and direct truthful, thematically relevant and visually rich recreations. This work also includes aspects of sound design, style and ethical issues related to interpretation.
Prerequisites: COMM 328 (C- or higher).
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