Capstone II

Course Description

In this two-month course students polish a portfolio of work based on their professional career goals in the media content creation disciplines. Emphasis is placed on professional assets such as web presence, networking and interviewing skills. Final capstone portfolios should be suitable for submission to a potential employer for entry-level employment positions or above. The course concludes with recorded final student presentations and mock interviews. Students products include a polished portfolio.

Learning Outcomes

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


  • FLM480

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