VIDEO AND FILM

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Screenwriting

In this introductory screenwriting course, students will be guided through the creative and technical process of developing a screenplay. Using discussions, class critiques, and movie excerpts, students will explore the structure of television and film scripts from simple formatting, characterizations and blocking, right up to complex recursive plot structure. Students will develop a 30-minute script, suitable for use as a portfolio submission. Class limit is 15.

Registration and withdrawal deadline: January 16 2018

Course Code: ESFI-0111   [Register Now]

Instructor: David Middleton

Site: P202, 1107 Marginal Road

Date / Time:   Jan 23 - Mar 06, T 6:30pm-9:30pm 18/01/23 for 7wks   (7 sessions)

Tuition: $ 250 + HST



DIY Video Production

The production of a short film/video is often considered a typical first stage for beginning filmmakers (or as a viable form of storytelling and personal expression). This workshop series will look at how to develop a story, a shot list and a storyboard. It will experiment with directing, cinematography and screenwriting. It will work toward building a bigger and better film language and screen grammar. This course introduces students to many of the methods, tools and techniques of independent short film/video production. This course will explore dramatic (narrative), documentary and experimental approaches to working with moving images in film and video. Students will be exposed to how cinema is used as a field of creative expression and will be encouraged to explore their ideas. Using discussions, class critiques, class demonstrations, movie excerpts and outside class assignments students will learn about the process of moving forward with their own film production plans.

Registration and withdrawal deadline: January 17 2018

Course Code: ESMA-0121   [Register Now]

Instructor: David Middleton

Site: N320C, 5163 Duke Street

Date / Time:   Jan 24 - Mar 07, W 6:30pm-9:30pm 18/01/24 for 7wks   (7 sessions)

Tuition: $ 295 + HST



Intro to Adobe Premiere

This hands on, studio class will survey different practices and approaches to digital video production. Each student will create and complete a short video project for the class. Methods for visually manipulating found footage will be demonstrated. Using industry grade software, students will be shown how to build a video project, technically as well as conceptually, communicate a narrative, work with mash-ups, apply special effects, voice overs, transitions and more. Students are required to bring their own, Mac compatible, external memory device to the first class (minimum recommended free storage space - 500 GB) Class Limit 8 Tuition includes 10 weeks of access outside of class for homework during times scheduled in cooperation with Multimedia staff.

Registration and withdrawal deadline: January 18 2018

Course Code: ESMA-0122   [Register Now]

Instructor: Aviv Dror

Site: N320C, 5163 Duke Street

Date / Time:   Jan 25 - Mar 29, Th 6:00pm-9:00pm 18/01/25 for 10wks   (10 sessions)

Tuition: $ 350 + HST



Contact us:
extendedstudies@nscad.ca
T 902 494-8185

Mailing Address:
5163 Duke Street
Halifax, NS  B3J 3J6

Office Address:
5163 Duke Street
4th Floor, Student Accounts
Halifax, NS

Office Hours: Monday to Friday, 9:30am-4pm