College Filmmaking – Central Connecticut State University

 

COLLEGE DIGITAL FILMMAKING EMPHASIS

The DIGITAL FILMMAKING track (COMM 228, 328, 428 & 488) is a college level, film training emphasis within Central Connecticut State University’s, Department of Communication. Focusing on story-telling techniques, artistic skills and media technologies,  students in this sequence regularly conceive ideas, develop scripts and explore fictional /non-fictional characters through the independent film production process.

 

DOCUMENTARY FILM PRODUCTION

NARRATIVE FILMMAKING:

From originally scripted work and short-filmmaking, to real-life portraits, The Digital Filmmaking track provides hands-on instruction in cinematography, sound acquisition, non-linear editing and other areas of specialization within production.  Combining these skills through a story-telling perspective, Film students regularly identify themes of interest, observe, investigate, capture and craft meaningful films.

 

OUTCOMES:

Both graduates and current students of the Film program work in the Entertainment Industry, gain acceptance within top-tier graduate film programs, compete in festivals, produce media campaigns and most importantly, develop the critical foundations to create compelling films for traditional and non-traditional distribution.

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