Filmmaking 102: Storyboarding, Lighting, and Post Production


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Years 9 through 12 students in a classroom setting with access to computers, internet resources, and filming equipment both at school and at home explore storyboarding, lighting, and editing techniques, preparation, and technology involved with making a film. Students must have completed “Filmmaking 101: Introduction to Filmmaking” prior to completing this learning module. School owned camera equipment including cameras, camera rigs, lighting, sound recording equipment, computers, and editing software are made available to the students during class time. Students may use camera equipment during non class hours for their upcoming project work on a sign out basis. Students will learn about storyboarding, 3 point lighting, sound techniques, and editing/post production techniques. Students will apply this knowledge to the creation of a film project based on historical developments in the history of filmmaking.