Access to inexpensive and high quality tools has enabled people to explore subjects and ideas in new and exciting ways. The documentary form has never been so popular. Participants will learn about the art of non-fiction filmmaking over seven weeks while creating a short digital film. From an introduction to the documentary types and styles, to writing, through the interview process, capturing B-roll, and the post-production process, we will explore how stories are told in engaging and informative ways.
Registration and withdrawal deadline: January 30, 2017
|Course Code: ||ESMA-0126 [Register Online]|
|Instructor: ||Walter Forsyth|
|Site: ||N320f, 5163 Duke Street|
|Date / Time: ||Mon Feb 6-April 3, 6:30-9:30pm (8 sessions, no class Feb 20)|
$280.00 + HST
In this introductory screenwriting course, students will be guided through the creative and technical process of developing a screenplay. Using discussions, class critiques, and movie excerpts, students will explore the structure of television and film scripts from simple formatting, characterizations and blocking, right up to complex recursive plot structure. Students will develop a 30-minute script, suitable for use as a portfolio submission.
Registration and withdrawal deadline: February 1, 2017
|Course Code: ||ESFI-0111 [Register Online]|
|Instructor: ||David Middleton|
|Site: ||P214, 1107 Marginal Road|
|Date / Time: ||Wed, Feb 8- March 29, 6:30-9:30pm (no class March 15)|
$250.00 + HST