Post-Production Intensive (FV4310.01)

Mariam Ghani

This semester-length, two-credit course will take students through the process of revising and refining a single project through multiple iterations, based on peer critique and instructor feedback. We will dig deep into the logics, techniques, and ever-evolving tools of editing, and also make space for experiments with animated elements, multi-channel audio/video configurations, and work that moves between different modes of presentation for different sites and audiences. We will also look at a range of examples to analyze how editing styles shift over time and work in the formation of movements and genres. Students should enter the course with a project already in progress or ready to be edited by week two. Collaborative projects are encouraged.


Learning Outcomes:
Across this term, students will:
● Develop a deeper understanding of the formal logics of editing
● Learn best practices for post-production workflows
● Become more expert users of editing software, including how to adjust to new version
releases
● Practice the industry-standard process of revising a single project multiple times in
response to notes/critique
● Experiment with presenting a single project in different modes


Delivery Method: Fully in-person
Prerequisites: Intermediate Video or equivalent 4000-level coursework. Please email the instructor (mariamghani@bennington.edu) to express interest in enrolling and include a relevant work sample. If the course is directly related to your Plan, please include that information in your email.
Course Level: 4000-level
Credits: 2
W 10:00AM - 11:50AM (Full-term)
Maximum Enrollment: 12
Course Frequency: One time only

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