Film Design Program was designed for a new generation of film artists who share a passion for motion pictures and want to learn by making their own projects in a hands-on program.
Learning to be a filmmaker is not done by theory alone. It is done by immersion in the process and by knowing the “whys” that teach the “hows”. It is done by hands -on experience, trial and error, feedback and correction, and questions and answers. Filmmaking demands the integration of many kinds of knowledge. In our film design courses, students learn not only how to operate a camera, light a scene, or edit a film, but they also learn how all the aspects of filmmaking relate to, interact with, and depend upon each other.
Descripiton of the course
During the four year undergraduate program emphasis will be given to scriptwriting, directing, production, cinematography, editing and post production. Each and every student is expected to act as writer, director, producer, cameraman and editor at as many different films as they can. In the end of the program, all the students graduate not only with enough knowledge and skill in all aspects of movie-making but also with guided speciliazation in one specific area of interest.
- Ability to make short and feature dramatic films.
- Ability to make use of motion/video, hypermedia, and Web-based technologies.
- Ability to handle sophisticated projects from the concept through production and delivery.
- Ability to use a range of technical devices, applications and media processes to introduce ideas, manage the desired effects and explore aesthetic qualities.
Graduates can work as director, producer, scriptwriter, cameraman or editor in the content producing TV and film industries.