1 Areas of Focus Film Production Story Development & Preproduction Film Production Techniques & Technology Marketing, Pitching, & Distribution Graduate-Level Portfolio Master of Fine Arts Degree Program Bringing films from concept to completion requires a skill set in both art and technology. Innovations in, communication, and distribution channels have leveled the playing field for independent filmmakers, but the core elements of a compelling film remain the same. In Full Sail University s Film Production master of fine arts program, you ll receive an advanced education in behind-the-scenes, working in teams to complete compelling films. Your educational experience centers on such as storytelling, visual aesthetics, and technical roles, as well as the and business strategies needed to bring your completed works to audiences. Your courses and projects will help you understand what makes a film successful from both artistic and marketability perspectives. Through project-based course content that s aligned with the real-world film production cycle, you ll learn how to assess the dramatic and commercial viability of a film script, develop the necessary planning required for film production, manage talent, produce a film, and understand the legal and business considerations of. You ll develop advanced skills in Full Sail s professional studios and facilities including a Hollywood-style backlot and get familiar with equipment, software and technology. This will all come together as you build a graduate-level visual portfolio to showcase your talents. Master of Fine Arts Degree Program
2 N HNIQUES, FOLIO Areas of Focus & PREPRODUCTION TECHNIQUES & TECHNOLOGY, PITCHING, FILM PRODUCTION TECHNIQUES & TECHNOLOGY Story Development & Preproduction, PITCHING, The story & is the DISTRIBUTION heart of any film. In the Film Production MFA, you ll explore how to develop your understanding of storytelling from both visual and writing angles. & PREPRODUCTION & PREPRODUCTION You ll learn the, and used to write film scripts and develop engaging stories, examining the components of dramatic storytelling such as character, GRADUATE-LEVEL theme, tension, and PORTFOLIO conflict. By writing your own scripts, you ll refine your writing and dialog skills and gain an understanding of topics such TECHNIQUES & TECHNOLOGY, PITCHING, as narration, storytelling, and. You ll even delve into experimental, trying your hand at nontraditional to tell a story visually. Through lighting, location, blocking, movement, and other, you ll learn how filmmakers use tools to evoke specific emotional responses in an audience. You ll also examine how diligent pre-production relates to efficient. TECHNIQUES & TECHNOLOGY, PITCHING, & DISTRIBUTION Film Production Techniques & Technology From assembling a team and determining resources, to directing, shooting, and cinematography, to and sound, the Film Production master s includes in-depth education on the technical elements of, and their importance in the finished product. You ll get the opportunity to learn advanced, from operation to visual composition and cinematography, to understand aspects of the film and ultimately apply this knowledge to your work. Master of Fine Arts Degree Program
3 Areas of Focus CTION TECHNIQUES GY, PITCHING, ION EVEL PORTFOLIO criptwriting Marketing, Pitching, & Distribution Film production doesn t end at the final cut. In the program, you will blend the technical and conceptual understanding of with the practical dimensions of managing a career in the film. You ll examine current business models and plan your own professional career in. You ll also gain an understanding of the marketing of films through film festivals, including how to prepare supporting materials, including press kits, film trailers, and film art. Learning how to navigate the business side of film is elemental to any filmmaker s success, and you ll also build your knowledge of key elements such as licenses, the role of s agents, as well as the deal-making and processes. Master of Fine Arts Degree Program
4 Areas of Focus Graduate-Level Portfolio & PREPRODUCTION Throughout the Film Production MFA, you ll be contributing to a portfolio of the projects and knowledge you ve experienced during the program. You ll gain real-world experience working in teams of your peers, providing an environment that prepares you for the world of. Your thesis is divided into four courses: preproduction, production, postproduction, and film assembly. This helps you gain an experience that introduces you to the technical and artistic aspects of as you work with your classmates on a collection of shorts. Your final class revolves around the business aspect of film, and you ll learn the marketing to promote your work including trailers, press kits, and promotional artwork. TECHNIQUES & TECHNOLOGY, PITCHING,, PITCHING, NONTRADIT met negotiati PROC Master of Fine Arts Degree Program
5 Overview In the Film Production master of fine arts degree program, students will master the artistic, technical, professional, and academic aspects of. The program provides aspiring filmmakers with the advanced creative, technical, and aesthetic knowledge and skills required to produce, crew, and package a professional feature-length or short film. This comprehensive program integrates the study of numerous disciplines, including screenwriting, visual storytelling, directing,, and producing. Students master these concepts through project-based learning in a program that mirrors the real-world, professional environment. Students will also be trained on current technologies and will learn how to utilize academic research methodologies in their work. Graduates of the Film Production master of fine arts degree program leave prepared for the professional film and are equipped with a range of technical and creative skills needed for career success. Objective Successful requires a comprehensive and holistic understanding of the processes, practices, and technologies of film production. The objective of Full Sail University s Film Production master of fine arts degree program is to provide students with the knowledge, skills, and abilities required to make a film from concept to completion. This will be accomplished through project-based learning activities that are aligned with the real-world film production cycle. These learning activities will help the student assess the dramatic and commercial viability of a film script, develop the necessary planning required for film production, manage talent and produce a film, and understand the legal and business considerations of. Each course will also develop the student s academic research skills, and methodologies, as students will learn how to utilize academic research for a variety of contexts and learning activities. Upon completion of the program, students will have developed their own comprehensive graduate-level portfolio. OVERVIEW & OBJECTIVE Master of Fine Arts Degree Program
6 Film Production Master of Fine Arts Degree Program Course Descriptions Program Core PROGRAM CORE Code Course Credit Hours FPR 680 Business of Film 5.00 FPR 550 Directing Talent 5.00 FPR 630 Entertainment & Communication Law 5.00 FPR 560 Experimental Filmmaking 5.00 FPR 610 Film Production Thesis I: Pre-Production 5.00 FPR 620 Film Production Thesis II: Production 5.00 FPR 650 Film Production Thesis III: Post-Production 5.00 FPR 660 Film Production Thesis IV: Film Assembly 5.00 FPR 520 Filmmaking Concepts & Practices 5.00 MDL 501 Mastery: Personal Development & Leadership* 3.00 FPR 530 Script Production & Analysis 5.00 FPR 580 Visual Storytelling Techniques & Technology 5.00 Totals: TOTAL CREDIT HOURS: 58 TOTAL WEEKS: 48 FPR 680 Business of Film The Business of Film Course integrates a student s technical and conceptual understanding of with the practical dimensions of a managing career in the film. Students will examine current business models and develop plans to advance their careers in. The course curriculum will help students understand the marketing of films through film festivals and the preparation of supporting materials, including press kits, film trailers, and film art. The course will also examine licenses, the role of s agents, and the process of negotiating a deal to represent a film. Upon completion of this course, students will have created a trailer for their film and presented an effective marketing strategy. Topics include networking,, film festivals, marketing, financing, and international markets. Film Industry Overview Film Financing Sales and Negotiation Film Marketing and Trailer Creation Market Strategy and Presentation FPR 550 Directing Talent In the Directing Talent Course, students investigate the unique roles and responsibilities of the film director. The course curriculum will examine the scope of a director s creative and operational tasks from pre-production, to the set, and through post-production. The course will address the art of collaborating with actors and writers to achieve dramatic goals. Students will also evaluate working with technical crew and producers to craft scenes that must often meet dynamic artistic, budgetary, and scheduling constraints. This course explores these topics through the lens of production management and emphasizes hand-on, collaborative teamwork. Directing Fundamentals Roles of Filmmaking Crew Acting for Directors Filmmaking Leadership and Collaboration FPR 560 Experimental Filmmaking The Experimental Filmmaking Course provides students with an overview of traditional and independent film production, but will focus on the nontraditional to visual storytelling. Students will research and explore experimental approaches to content, structure, style, and technology in. Students will create concept scripts that must be shot with ipads, smartphones, still s, or any other recording device. By understanding these experimental of, students will gain a deeper knowledge of visual storytelling, as well as how to utilize emerging technologies for the art of. The use of mobile devices and mobile applications will be emphasized. Overview of Production Methods Nontraditional Visual Storytelling Experimental Approaches to Film Production Mobile Technologies for Filmmaking FPR 620 Film Production Thesis II: Production The Film Production Thesis II: Production Course allows students to further develop their final film project. This course represents the production phase of the student s film project. In this course, students will apply the skills and knowledge gained from previous courses to the production of their own film. They will also practice of directing and cinematography as they create their film through project-based learning. Leadership skills will be developed as students manage and work collaboratively with members of their production team. Topics include miseen-scène, continuity, lighting, uses of lenses, and operation. Applied Production Techniques Applied Directing Applied Cinematography Leadership and Film Production Management * This specific course is offered online. Please see course description for details. Chronological Schedule by Months MASTERY: PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT & LEADERSHIP FILMMAKING CONCEPTS & PRACTICES SCRIPT PRODUCTION & ANALYSIS DIRECTING TALENT EXPERIMENTAL FILMMAKING VISUAL TECHNIQUES & TECHNOLOGY THESIS I: PRE-PRODUCTION THESIS II: PRODUCTION ENTERTAINMENT & COMMUNICATION LAW THESIS III: POST-PRODUCTION THESIS IV: FILM ASSEMBLY OF FILM FPR 630 Entertainment and Communication Law The Entertainment and Communication Law Course explores legal issues related to the production and distribution of film properties. The curriculum will examine standard financial, licensing, and employment agreements used in the. Through directed film research, issues of copyright and intellectual property law will also be covered. Topics such as contract will enable students to explore the legal aspects of previously covered topics relating to career development and business models. Other topics addressed in this course include distribution pres, tax shelters, compensation, guild agreements, and the legal roles of agents and managers. Film Production Law Film Distribution Law Copyright and Intellectual Property Contracts and Agreements FPR 610 Film Production Thesis I: Pre-Production The Film Production Thesis I: Pre- Production Course provides students with the conceptual and practical foundations required to produce their own film project. Students will consider the creative direction for their projects as they review production phases and begin the pre-production phase of their final project. Project-based learning will encourage students to consider the role collaboration plays in the creative process of and implications on their own project as they begin to select team members. The course will also reinforce film production skills as students begin to turn their scripts into a film. Create a Production Plan Applied Pre-Production Techniques Collaboration in Filmmaking FPR 650 Film Production Thesis III: Post-Production In the Film Production Thesis III: Post- Production Course, students will master the post-production phase of. Hands-on exercises will enable the student to leverage the appropriate tools and technologies for their film project. Faculty-led reviews and discussions will direct students toward using the most effective strategies and assist in understanding aesthetic choices. Through project-based learning activities, students will learn both aesthetic and practical approaches to edit rough cuts of their film. These edits will then be used to gain feedback from mentors and the instructor. High-end digital post-production approaches will be emphasized. Film Editing Fundamentals Tools and Technologies of Post-Production Understanding Aesthetic Decisions Advanced Editing Strategies Master of Fine Arts Degree Program
7 Course Descriptions Program Core FPR 660 Film Production Thesis IV: Film Assembly The Film Production Thesis IV: Film Assembly Course will focus on and sound. In this first part of this course, students will focus on their film using appropriate technologies, color correction and for generating high-quality films. This part of the process will prepare the student s film to be in audio post-production. In the second part of this course, students will examine sound, as well as utilize sound- strategies and technologies. Students will and sound-edit their films and integrate various audio elements into a final mixed soundtrack. Upon completion of this course, students will have finished their student film and be prepared for presentation. Film Editing Techniques Color Correction Sound Design Audio-Post FPR 520 Filmmaking Concepts & Practices In the Filmmaking Concepts and Practices Course, students will explore the theory and practice of film production. Students will learn how to apply concepts and theory to the practice of film production in terms of production, cinematography, and film aesthetics. The course will also cover production planning and professional practices in film production, with special attention given to the roles of the team. Topics include creating images for film, psychology of film, film research methodologies, advanced composition, and performance. MDL 501 Mastery: Personal Development & Leadership* At the level of a master s degree, the objective of a graduate education is for a student to be able to demonstrate a mastery of a specific field of study. In the Mastery: Personal Development and Leadership Course, students will explore the concept of mastery from an interdisciplinary perspective, utilizing historical case studies, anthropology, leadership science, and neuroscience. Students will gain an understanding of what mastery means and how they can utilize this concept for their own personal development, establishing a deep connection with their academic discipline and developing professional leadership skills. Specifically, students will examine the roles of apprenticeship, in-depth learning, creativity, immersion, reflection, and practice. They will also learn graduate-level academic research methodologies, and processes and apply these to course learning activities. In addition to academic tools and research methodologies specific to the curriculum, students will learn and utilize the appropriate graduate-level academic research approaches that are supportive for this level of education. The course serves as the student s first step in their journey from student to practitioner, where they will gain a holistic understanding of what is required to be a successful graduate student and a master of their particular subject. Mastery Concepts Case Studies Leadership Principles In-Depth Immersion and Reflection Total credit hours 3.00 FPR 530 Script Production & Analysis The Script Production and Analysis Course explores the, and used to write film scripts and develop engaging stories. Learning activities will investigate the components of dramatic storytelling such as character, theme, tension, and conflict. The course will address how these elements are developed through the creation of effective scenes. Throughout the course curriculum, students will be working on their own film scripts in this comprehensive writing course. A final script will be achieved through engagement with the course instructor, in-class readings, collaborative reading exercises, and formal processes of oral and written feedback. Topics will include narrative structures, storytelling, and. Storytelling Principles Creating Effective Scenes Scriptwriting Techniques Script Analysis and Constructive Feedback FPR 580 Visual Storytelling Techniques & Technology The Visual Storytelling Techniques and Technology Course examines the processes and tools used by filmmakers to evoke specific emotional responses in an audience. The course curriculum will build upon themes from introductory courses to illustrate how directors enhance the dramatic effect of scenes through lighting, location, blocking, movement, and other. Students will explore a variety of interdisciplinary topics that inform the selection and use of from fields such as physics, neuroscience, psychology, and the humanities. Students will also learn advanced, from operation to visual composition and cinematography. Topics include film aesthetics, visual image, staging, and technical operations. 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