Prerequisite/Corequisite: Enrolment in the Cinematic Arts MFA; or a basic understanding of cinematographic principles such as exposure theory, lighting and camera-to-screen processes and written permission of the Graduate Program Director.
Description: Students address moving image aesthetics from a filmmaker-creator's perspective through individual or group exercises and in-depth formal analyses. Moving from concept to screening, topics explored may include the poetics of light, spatialization, script visualization, improvised imaging, experimental optical processes, and analogue praxis. The overall focus of this course is on the relationships between methods, materials, and the formal or stylistic strategies used across diverse cinematic practices.
Component(s): Seminar; StudioNotes:
- Students who have received credit for FMPR 611 may not take this course for credit.