Projectivity stresses the importance of documenting events and important projects in the community. We train students in the fields of photography and videography, giving them the necessary tools to create quality visual output, capturing events and efforts from local artists, agencies, schools, and other community assets.
Our video courses offer different kinds of experiences related to filmmaking. Students will work with professionals to learn the basics of camera operation, different studio equipment, storyboards, editing software, and other video fundamentals such as how to conduct interviews in a professional studio, capture on-site footage in the community, and edit their content to share with the world.
PSA (Personal Stories in Action) – Screenplay/Short Film
Work with a director/screenwriter to learn the different roles involved in creating and filming a screenplay. Students will make mini movies and get to experience each different role as writer/director, filmer, and actor.
Show Yourself – Documentary
Professional filmers will work with students to show them the process of documentary filmmaking. Final projects include telling a personal story, interviewing someone on camera, or researching a topic and reporting on it through video
Engineering Your Vision – Video Production
Learn the behind the scenes work involved with creating video content. After learning detailed camera setup and other basic equipment operation, students will learn video editing in order to produce, edit and export their own video content
Camera setup and operation
Lighting and equipment setup
Video editing techniques
Adding titles and credits
Video transitions and effects
File types and uses
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