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FDCT-CPL - Digital Cinema Filmmaker Training Course The Command Course PLUS 34 Set Collection (Over 50 hours)

Digital Cinema Filmmaker Training Course The Command Course PLUS 34 Set Collection (Over 50 hours)
Item No. FDCT-CPL

Digital Cinema Filmmaker Training Course The Command Course PLUS 34 Set Collection (Over 50 hours)

Series: Digital Cinema Filmmakers Training Course
Item No: FDCT-CPL
Length: 50 Hours minutes
UPC: 70962911
Copyright: 2006
CC: Yes
MARC Record: Yes
Language: English
Grade Level: 11-Adult
Age Range: 17-Adult
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SAVE $460! Only $1,572.00. The Digital Cinema Course prepares filmmakers for the technical aspect of making movies with HMI, tungsten and fluorescent lighting. Teaching the history of editing and progressing to current digital nonlinear editing, the course prepares filmmakers for the real world from the basic C-stand to the intricate use of color gels and corrective filtration. Composition concepts are plainly explained with graphs and visuals. Professional lighting is discussed based on the creative motivation of each source. Build a screenplay with proper structure and professional formatting. Lenses, shots, depth of field, composition, and axes of movement are delved into. Students will learn the basics of production, all the way through a finished film and all the techniques and gear needed to get there. For Filmmakers and students who want to go a step further and learn advanced movie production techniques, compositing & intermediate audio, The Command Plus course includes the Basic Course PLUS 21 more hours of instruction in 4 instruction modules. The Digital Cinema Course (over 50 hours) is a multi module course that starts with the screenplay. Includes detailed instructions on proper structure and creating solid characters using a dramatic short film, teaching writers the how to overcome screenwriting traps, obstacles and disasters and how to write clearly. Categorizing specific writing methods and tools, it inspires writers who may have given up on dramatic storytelling. Computer graphics show how to physically construct a screenplay, content format, paper and binding to use. The section on film editing starts with a history of editing and digital nonlinear editing basics. It abides by the rule that the best cinematographer or director is first a competent editor. The equipment use sections show equipment and gear from the basic C-stand to the intricate use of color gels and corrective filtration, preparing filmmakers for making movies with HMI, tungsten, and fluorescent lighting. Explore basic production in a controlled studio environment with lighting, lenses, shots, depth of field, composition and axes of movement. The next section, movie production (10 hours), puts all this learning to the test on a real movie set, complete with variables that assault filmmakers while digital film making. Because movies are primarily a visual art, the lighting section goes deep into lighting a film set with faith to the script's intention. Whether to mimic candlelight, firelight, or fluorescent warehouse lighting, this section discusses the most difficult situations that a cinematographer may confront. The Gear Guide module is an 11 program set (also available as individual programs) covering lighting and camera packages and component use in detail for field and studio use (also includes mic booms). (The Digital Cinema Plus Course includes DCT-AMP, DCT-COMP, DCT-A102, DCT-BP, DCT-MP, DCT-LS, DCT-GG, DCT-ATG & DCT-REF). Includes Student Course Materials Extra & Accessories for classroom and field use (10 Copies). This series is available as complete courses or individual modules for educational use.

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OWeOve found no other class or instruction that teaches the production process like the Digital Cinema TrainingE...an amazing education that touches on just about every production topic imaginable.O - Helmut Kobler, Indie Slate Magazine Issue #50 OSeriously IndieO