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(Cross-listed w/ FMS 136) Advanced exploration of the art of the film director from both a critical and artistic perspective. Through focused study of films and writings by diverse narrative film directors, students will develop deeper understanding of how directors use film techniques to shape a story. Through practice-based exercises and workshops with industry professionals, students will hone directing techniques, including how to work with actors and ways to use the camera, movement, design, lighting, editing, and other film elements for effective storytelling. Prerequisite: Introduction to Filmmaking or Introduction to Film Studies

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  • School of Arts & Sciences