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NOTE: This class will be held in a live, online format using the Zoom Platform.
Class meets Thursdays 10am-5pm ET
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This video production course is a follow-up to the basic unit, Collaborations in Multimedia I, offered each fall. Students dive deeper into the technical, practical, and aesthetic considerations of video capture, audio capture, visual storytelling, and editing. We will explore sound design, editing theory, camera movement, and more. We will discuss the finer points of shooting, lighting, and editing talking head interviews, and we will introduce additional facets of post-production such as motion graphics and color correction.
Over the course of the term students will work on a series of projects with various focuses, including a culminating film. There will be screenings, critiques, and in-depth discussion.
We will also discuss many of the practicalities of doing professional client work.
Difficulty level: Intermediate – Students who wish to take this course should have a basic technical understanding of storytelling with video, and/or have taken Collaborations in Multimedia I
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The class meets weekly on Thursdays from 10:00am-5:00pm ET.
Past Student Work:
Created by Jacklyn Grad & Tillie Marsh, 2019
Instructor: Tom Ryan
A New England-based editor and filmmaker, Tom has worked extensively in the worlds of commercial, corporate, and documentary film. He has free-lanced in Production for over 7 years with companies like Redtree, Timber & Frame Media, Knack Factory, and ESPN. He has produced independent work for clients including Zillow, Carnegie Mellon University and Datto Inc. As an editor, his work in fiction and documentary film has been shown in numerous festivals. In addition to workshops, he currently teaches documentary film in the 30-Week Professional Certificate program at Maine Media College. Affiliated with MMW+C for over 5 years, Tom is passionate about teaching storytelling to students of all career paths and skill levels.