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1 Course Outline Course Information Course Code and Title: Enhanced Filmmaking Skills & Techniques Course Section: Department: Corporate Solutions Program: Enhanced Filmmaking Skills & Techniques Total Hours: 180 Credit Hours: Course Description: Getting onto film sets requires basic knowledge of how each department works together under time constraints and other external factors -including interpersonal interactions with key cast and crew. Real learning comes from applied, hands-on experience. This program will provide skill sets in a number of specific feature film and drama department positions. Both instructional theory and practical on set experience ensures each student has an opportunity to explore their interests and refine their skills. Students will end up with produced short films. Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL): RPL (also known as PLAR Prior Learning Assessment and Recognition) is a process in which individuals have the opportunity to obtain credit for college level knowledge and skills gained outside the classroom and/or through other educational programs. It is a process which documents and compares an individual s prior learning gained from prior education, work and life experiences and personal study to the learning outcomes in College courses/programs. For more information about RPL at Red River College, refer to the RPL website at Contact [Delete this text and enter contact or Chair name] at [Enter contact or Chair telephone] for information regarding RPL processes and opportunities for this course. For general information and assistance with RPL, contact Red River College s RPL Advisor at

2 Academic Requisites: Grade 12 or 18 years of age Course Equivalencies: MUME-1012 Digital AV Production - Intro Course Delivery Methods: Classroom: This course will combine lectures as well as labs. Lab classes will include demonstrations and student practice through individual and group work. The majority of class time will involve active lab production work with a question and answer format. Students will have the opportunity to discuss and plan assignments and course projects. Assignments will help students in further development of video/audio production. Course Format: Teaching Methods: The course will be taught using a mixture of lecture, video presentation, discussions, and in-class assignments. Learning Activities: Students will learn using in class assignments, demonstrations, hands on activities with various pieces of equipment, software and group work. Effective Date: November 2014 Instructor Information Instructor s name: Jeremy Torrie Office phone: (204) Office location: 585 Ellice Ave, 2 nd Floor Office hours: 9AM-5PM Monday-Friday Instructor s name: Jim Compton Office phone: (204) Office location: 585 Ellice Ave, 2 nd Floor Office hours: 9AM-5PM Monday-Friday Instructor s name: Adam Beach Office phone: (204) Office location: 585 Ellice Ave, 2 nd Floor Office hours: 9AM-5PM Monday-Friday

3 Student Readiness Technology & Equipment Readiness: Computer (would be an asset) : 7 Professional SP1 (64-bit), Windows 8 Professional or Enterprise (64-bit) Mac OS X, Mountain Lion, and Mavericks (64- bit) See Internet: Access to high speed Internet (100mps) would be an asset Other: Headphones. Student Commitments and Contact Times: In total 90 hours or practical, and 90 hours of theory for a total of 180 hours. Students should plan to spend between 10 and 20 hours on homework each week. Contact Times: Weekly attendance: November 10th 2014 January 30 th Morning to Thursday from 9:00 2: Wrap up Event Feb 9 th Located at the Bandwidth Theatre 585 Ellice Course Resources: Required Textbook(s): N/A References: uja9pkpta&index=8&feature=plcp If you are a student with a disability and require reasonable accommodations, you are encouraged to discuss this privately with your instructor to facilitate greater understanding of your learning needs. To receive accommodations, you also must connect with Counseling and Accessibility Services who will assist in developing and implementing your accommodation plan. You can contact Counseling and Accessibility

4 Services in person at NDC (D102) or EDC (P210) or by filling out the online intake form which can be found on our website at: For further information about RRC s accommodation process, see the Handbook for Students with Disabilities at: Student Learning Learning Outcomes: By the end of this course of study, you should be able to... Execute pre-production, production, and post production planning including location scouting, casting, budgeting, and working with film department heads. Operate and record digital cinema camera equipment with sound and variable video frame rates. Compose scenes (including sequences) with a professional digital cinema camera including lighting, framing compositions, depth-of-field, shutter and ISO techniques, and camera movement. 4. Copy, ingest and manage digital media including usage of Red-CineX Pro. Operate and edit footage within Avid Media Composer effectively. Perform basic operations in the editing suite. Work quickly and efficiently against a deadline. Know how the casting process happens, directing actors, and understanding their preparations, and processes. 9. Rehearsing with actors. Use effective lighting and audio recording techniques. Identify basics in script writing, and understand how to tell a story. 12. Produce professional quality videos including encoding final versions for the web and BluRay. Instructional Schedule: Week or module Week 1 Week 2 Week 3 Week 4 Topic Course Introduction Intro to Story Intro to Red Dragon DSMC Structuring a short Camera Movement Creative camera choices Creative Lighting choices Open discussion on short stories, teams assembled Media Management Audio recording on Assignments Visual Composition using pictures and video taken with DSLRs or cell phones Turning on and operating Red Dragon with tripods, and hand held. Reading Red Dragon manual Reading shorts, writing commences Lens choices (zoom, prime) Focus testing Filter additions ISO/Shutter Speeds Lighting effects Treatment due Record media to SSD, offload to drives, back up on multiple drives,

5 Week 5 Week 6 Week 7 Week 8 Week 9 Week 10 Week 11 camera Budget Planning Project Planning incl. permit process, negotiating with unions, contracting Avid Media Composer 7/8 Editing, Ingesting Avid Colour Correction Acting Techniques Script Writing Script Editing Auditioning for Roles Acting Techniques, Directing Actors Shoot week Editing Week Final Colour Timing Major Assignment Viewing perform one light colour pass Microphone placement (lav & Boom) Create a budget assignment Case studies on existing MB projects. Preparing prep & production schedules In-class formatting, ingest and logging of sequence shots. Learning the art of colour timing. In-class practice. In-class work b/t directors and actors Script analysis in-class assignment Story Editing & classmate scripts Auditioning for lead & supporting roles In-class work b/t directors and actors Prep/schedule for shoot Use class time to shoot major assignment Use Class Time to edit films Use Class time to colour timing, mix audio, create masters, online links Bandwidth Theatre Important Dates NOTE: The following dates are subject to change based on the needs of the students at the instructor s prerogative. Students will be notified ahead of time of any changes. Date Nov 14, 2014 Nov. 21, 2014 Nov 27, 2014 Dec. 5, 2014 Dec. 12, 2014 Dec. 19, 2014 Important Information Visual Composition Assignment Due Assignment on Red Dragon camera operation Testing of knowledge and ability of camera operation Budget assignments complete Media Composer practice & evaluation of procedures Script due January 5, 2015 Shoot Week Jan. 12, 2015 Jan. 19, 2015 Feb. 9, 2015 Editing of Shorts Pick Ups, Narration Screening of Completed Shorts attendance mandatory

6 Assessment and Evaluation: Assessment and Evaluation Weight Shot Composition incl. framing and movement 5 Budget Planning, Proposal 10 Short Film 30 Scouting, Pre Production 15 In-class work 30 Director s Notes, AD Scheduling 5 Professionalism 20 Total: 100% Letter Grade Distribution A to 100% A to 89% B to 79% B to 74% C to 69% C to 64% D to 59% F % Minimum performance requirement for this course: D Course Policies General Academic Policies: It is the student's responsibility to be familiar with and adhere to the Red River College Academic Policies. These Policies can be found in the RRC calendar or online under A SERIES ACADEMIC MATTERS at Supplementary Policies: Ten professionalism marks will be given to students who show respect in the classroom, are team players, demonstrate proper communication skills, have a positive attitude, are on time to class and notify the instructor if issues arise. Having more then three unexplained absents will result in an automatic fail. Only certain in-class assignments can be completed at a later date. All assignments must be completed prior to the last day of classes. These include sequencing,

7 storyboard, and script follow assignments. Assignments that are handed in after due date are docked 10% for each day late. Date Revised: November 2014 Acknowledgements: Additional Information/Frequently Asked Questions: Can I bring my own camera to class? Yes, please see instructor. Do I need my own camera? No, equipment will be supplied to you. Can I work on my own instead of doing group work? Yes, please see instructor. Authorization: This course is authorized for use by: Chair, Department Name Date Red River College 2014

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