2017-2018 Undergraduate Academic Catalog

Digital Filmmaking (15 credits)

The Minor in Digital Filmmaking - The contemporary artist is increasingly cross-disciplinary. The Digital Filmmaking Minor will provide a program of study in which students can concentrate their work in a discipline but also seek ways in which they can enhance and expand their primary area of study. This Minor will support and encourage students to explore ways in which they can introduce a cross-disciplinary approach to their art practice – with an emphasis on time-based work, installation, and the intersection of old and new media including video and web-based art.

 

Required Courses (6 credits)

IDFLM 1210Digital Filmmaking Techniques I

3

or

IDFLM 1220Digital Filmmaking Techniques II

3

IDFLM 1230Concepts of Cinema I

3

or

IDFLM 1240Concepts of Cinema II

3

Digital Filmmaking Elective Courses (6 credits)

Select TWO

IDFLM 1230Concepts of Cinema I

3

or

IDFLM 1240Concepts of Cinema II

3

IDFLM 1210Digital Filmmaking Techniques I

3

or

IDFLM 1220Digital Filmmaking Techniques II

3

IDFLM 2220Editing Intensive

3

INTDS 2500Motion, Matter & Meaning

3

INTDS 2540Still in Motion

3

Elective (3 credits)

Select ONE course from the following:

IAHIS 2500History of the Moving Image

3

IAHIS 2220The Power of German Film & Photography

3

IAHIS 3025Cinema Eye, Cinema Art: A History of Film

3

IANIM 3580Live Action for Animators

3

IANIM 3600Audio Production & Design

3

or

IDFLM 1500LUCAD TV

3

IDFLM 2210On Location

3

IDFLM 2500Music Video & Commercial Editing

3

IDFLM 260012 Documentary Films

3

IDFLM 2700Genres in Cinema

3

IDFLM 2800Makeup, Hair & Prosthetics

3

IDFLM 3500Compositing & Visual Effects

3

INTDS 2340Space, Time and Form

3

Program Notes

For further information about this minor please contact Matthew Nash, Chair of Digital Filmmaking, at 617.349.8044 or mnash@lesley.edu.  To declare this as your minor complete a Request for Change of School or Program form and submit it to the Registrar’s office in University Hall, Porter Square.  You are responsible for determining how the change in program affects your educational plans.