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New York Film Academy | Evaluated Learning Experience
FIL104 Four-Week Filmmaking Workshop
New York Film Academy, 17 Battery Place, New York, NY.
Version 1: 167 hours (4 weeks). Version 2: 178.5 hours (4 weeks).
Version 1: June 2008 - September 2016. Version 2: October 2016 - December 2019.
Instructional delivery format:
Traditional classroom model
Version 1 and 2: Upon successful completion of the course, students will be able to: combine basic elements of filmmaking to create and tell stories through moving images; apply fundamental writing, directing, shooting, and editing concepts to the making of mise-en scene, continuity, and music films; light simple scenes; execute different shots that combine to forward the story and action; use lighting and music to enhance the overall mood of the story; edit content into a finished product utilizing their understanding of beats, rhythm, mixing and other editing skills; use a developing critical eye toward the viewing of their own and other's work; and identify and analyze the mechanics and artistry of motion picture storytelling; write, direct, and edit short digital films from a technical and artistic perspective.
Version 1 and 2: This workshop explores introductory principles and concepts of filmmaking through hands-on, intensive training. Students study mise-en scene, continuity, and music and montage filmmaking and learn to incorporate the fundamental principles of the craft to successfully tell stories with moving images. This workshop is ideal for the novice or beginner filmmakers, who want to take the next step in their filmmaking education.
Version 1 and 2: In the lower division baccalaureate/associate degree category OR in the upper division baccalaureate degree category, 4 semester hours in Filmmaking (7/08) (10/16 revalidation). NOTE: This course overlaps in content with FIL101, FIL106, FIL108, and FIL112. The maximum amount of recommended credit for any combination of these courses is 7 semester hours. Further, these courses overlap with the One-Year Filmmaking Program. If a student progresses to the One-Year Program, only the recommended credits in the One-Year Program should apply.