FILM TV X 476.6
Learn techniques and theories examining all phases of the low-budget filmmaking process, from development to production to post-production, and how to translate a minimum budget into maximum quality on screen.
Starting at $699.00
As few as 11 weeks
What you can learn.
- Discover how to analyze and break down the screenplay
- Learn about financing the production, evaluating the marketplace, marketing, and distribution
- Learn how to apply creativity to a budgetary plan to maximize on-screen value
- Learn how to cast and select key production personnel
- Learn production design, music, editing, sound design
- Apply concepts learned to your own projects
About this course:
In this detailed exploration of low-budget filmmaking, learn techniques and theories examining all phases of the process from development to production to post-production. The focus is on translating a minimum budget into maximum quality on screen. Topics include the script, financing the production, evaluating the marketplace, analyzing and breaking down the screenplay, learning to apply creativity to a budgetary plan to maximize on-screen value, casting, selecting key production personnel, production design, music, editing, sound design, marketing, and distribution. Throughout the class, you are able to apply concepts learned to your own projects.
Spring 2019 Schedule
These courses are fully online, and there are no in-person classroom meetings.
Instructor: Kim Adelman
47 days left. Enroll by Apr 4, 2019
Materials required. Internet access required.
No refunds after April 8, 2019
Internet access required to retrieve course materials.
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