|Faculty:||Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences
|Field of Study:||Cinematography and Film/Video Production
|Description:||This option provides students with a solid foundation and sophisticated understanding of the theories, contexts, and technical knowledge required to create artistic and skillful film and video productions in a range of formats. These formats range from feature and documentary films to expanded cinema installations in public spaces, as well as the exploration of mobile platforms. The option brings together specialized courses that explore multimedia and digital arts environments as an evolving landscape (including interactive media, immersive and geolocational contexts for film and sound installation across platforms) in addition to new forms of narrative and storytelling that respond to shifting media contexts.
Students in the program receive training in film, video, sound and interactive media in a studio atmosphere that fosters their interests and develops their creative capacities through production labs on campus and state-of-the-art facilities in the downtown core. Students have the opportunity to specialize in film and video production in the areas of directing, cinematography, sound recording, writing, stop-motion animation, editing and post-production, with an emphasis on storytelling through technical and artistic approaches to the media.
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