Antigonish, Nova Scotia, Canada

ART 259: Introductory Filmmaking

(ART259)

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(CRN 14038) Students will learn elements of cinematic language, focusing on documentary film: the basic principles of storytelling, cinematography, editing, sound recording, and producing; how to operate as a one-person crew using their own equipment; and how to analyze films to understand cinematic vocabulary. Students must have access to a mobile device or camera that can shoot video and a computer that can run basic editing software. Additionally, students will expand their understanding of cinema through watching films, focusing on independent documentary works by Canadian filmmakers who are underrepresented in the industry (women, Indigenous, Black, People of Colour, and LGTBQ2S+). Credit will be granted for only one of ART 259 or ART 295 ST: Digital Video Production. Three credits.

 

 

 

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Current StFX Students

Maple League Students

Non-Degree or Visiting Students

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