Our Digital Filmmaking course focuses on the pre-production, production and post-production stages of digital filmmaking; and how they relate to one another creatively and practically.
You’ll develop your own film projects - building an understanding of the creative use of sound, camera and post-production techniques.
You’ll become skilled in visual storytelling - using the camera as a storytelling tool- and practice writing a pre-visualised scene.
During the weekend shoot, you will direct the scene that you have prepared in class. You will work alongside other students, taking on roles in camera and sound for each other’s scenes. Important topics, such as blocking action and maximising use of location, will be addressed.
In the final creative stage, you will learn how editing further develops a story through pace and point of view.
Week 1: Directing - writing a brief
Week 2: Directing
Week 3: Cinematography
Week 4: Production
Shoot Weekend: (camera provided: JVC GY-HM650E ProHD)
Week 5: Editing
Week 6: Editing
Week 7: Editing
Week 8: Editing and final review.