An intermediate exploration of narrative and avant-garde narrative film production through the creation of hands-on digital video exercises, short film screenings, critical readings, and group critiques. This course picks up where Narrative Filmmaking I left off, expanding on the basic tools and techniques for storytelling with digital media by providing further technical instruction in camera operation, nonlinear editing, dialogue recording, and sound mixing paired with the conceptual frameworks of point of view (narrative stance), master shot technique, performance, and blocking.
Prerequisites and Restrictions
VIS 265 Narrative Filmmaking I. For those who haven’t taken Narrative Filmmaking I at Princeton University, please contact professor Moon Molson by email at firstname.lastname@example.org to inquire about your eligibility.