Course Info: HACU-0263

CourseHACU-0263 Smartphone Movies
Long TitleSmartphone Movies
Term2019S
Note(s) Textbook information
Meeting InfoJerome Liebling CenterüJerome Liebling Center 131ü131 on WüW from 9:00-11:50ü7:00-9:00
FacultyAbraham Ravett
Capacity16
Available1
Waitlist0
Distribution(s)
Cumulative Skill(s)Independent Work
Multiple Cultural Perspectives
Writing and Research
Additional InfoLab fee: $65. In this course, students are expected to spend 10 hours weekly on work and preparation outside of class time.
DescriptionWith the ascendency of today's smartphone technologies, the quality and reliability of the photographed image and recorded sound is equal to if not superior to many DSLR cameras. This course will provide an opportunity for students to make a variety of films in the dramatic narrative, documentary, or experimental traditions primarily utilizing their smartphones or in combination with related analogue and digital technologies. In turn, we will also explore the interface between the still and moving image so readily available with these portable, in your pocket recorders as well as creating what some refer to as a "new notion of the cinematic." Geared for students with prior filmmaking experience.