Capstone I

Course Description

In this two-month course students pitch their capstone goals before completing preproduction, production or outline phases of portfolio projects for Capstone II. These projects should be based on their professional career goals in the media content creation disciplines. Working closely with an instructor, students revise existing or produce new works while reflecting on their experience in the program. Students choosing to emphasize writing may elect to create a show bible for a Web series during Capstone I and II. Students products include a rough capstone portfolio.

Learning Outcomes

  • Demonstrate the principles of film by communicating assessments in oral, written or visual modes
  • Utilize storytelling techniques to present a coherent digital media based narrative
  • Generate coherent pre-production assets usable in the development of narrative media

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