Film and Media Studies Minor
Course examines the basic elements that distinguish film, television, and screen cultures from other aesthetic forms, including editing, cinematography, sound and mise-en-scene, and how these components work together to create a narrative.
An introduction to the production, application, and interpretation of time-based visual images such as film, video, and new media. Students will gain experience operating movie cameras, recording video and audio, and editing with computer software. They will also have opportunities to experiment with techniques such as analog filmmaking, animation, installation, projection, multimedia, and web applications. Emphasis will be placed on the application of time-based media within a Studio Art context, and students will cultivate both aesthetic and conceptual skills as makers of moving images. (Same as ART 323 Moving Image)
FMS 323 or ART 101 or ART 110 or ART 120
Studies in selected topics in film and screen cultures. Topics will vary based on instructor.
FMS 150 or permission of instructor.