Co-taught by Bushra Azzouz from the Northwest Film Center and André Sirois from the University of Oregon Cinema Studies program, Cinema in the City is a two-week course held in the beautiful city of Portland, Oregon.
Students will learn how, historically, 16mm filmmakers have interpreted the city and then in groups of three be asked to pitch/treat a project, shoot it in 16mm film, record audio, develop the film, and edit the film and audio together in a final experimental project.
Week one of classes will be held at the Northwest Film Center while week two's classes will be held at the University of Oregon's White Stag Building (in PDX). The course will culminate with a public screening of the students' films on the last day of class. The first week will cover use of cameras, light meters, lensing, film stock, as well as recording basics, while week two's focus will be on editing and sound design/recording.
Do NOT miss this great opportunity! CINE 399: Cinema in the City counts as either a Production A or Production B credit towards degree.
If you want to meet the instructors for this course, watch this: youtube.com/watch?v=2WxabL0FVmU
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