16mm Experimental Filmmaking (FV4238.01)

Warren Cockerham

This intermediate studio course centers on experimentation with form in moving image making. Students will complete a series of 16mm film projects exploring approaches and techniques including but not limited to non-narrative, lyrical, abstract, structural, and materialist forms. The course will contextualize contemporary practice within the history of avant-garde and underground film through screenings, theoretical and historical readings, and discussion.

There will be a $200 lab for for each student.

Corequisite: Weekly screenings from 7-10pm Wednesdays in Kinoteca.

Prerequisites: Intro to Video (or equivalent) and one other course in Visual Arts and permission of instructor.
Credits: 4
Th 10:10am - 12noon, 2:10pm - 4:00pm
Maximum Enrollment: 14
Course Frequency:
This course is categorized as Four Credit, 4000, Film and Video, Warren Cockerham, All courses.