FILM 241 - Sound and Sight
Semester Offered: Spring
The course introduces students to basic concepts and skills involved in film production but inverts the usual priority granted to the visual over the aural in film: here we focus on sound as the generative kernel behind a cinematic work. The course explores how sound can function as the driving force of story, character, and world-building, and the moving image is introduced as a way to extend the expressive possibilities of sound.
Prerequisite(s): FILM 209 and permission of the instructor.
Corequisite(s): FILM 209 can be taken concurrently.
One 3-hour period; additional lab time required.
Course Format: CLS
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