Published on: August 01, 2007Students enrolled in Lone Star College-Kingwood's Visual Communication Summer Film Workshop spent their summer making a movie. The short movie entitled "Switched" was the culmination of an eight-week course offered for advanced video students.
The students enrolled in the workshop have taken most of their video and post-production courses needed for their degree and/or certificate including: lighting for film and video, field production, digital video and advanced digital video.
During the first four weeks of the workshop the students worked on pre-production, production, and the actual shooting of the movie. The second four weeks the focus was on post-production, which included the editing and graphics for the movie.
Taught by the team of instructor Isaac Garza and professor Jason Ford, the goal was to provide students with "real world experience" by working on a film as if it had a multi-million dollar budget.
"The class was all hands on, from lighting scenes, camera setups to making graphics in After Effects," said Garza.
Garza, who is the also the owner of Scorpion Productions, will be teaching the FLMC 1304 Lighting for Film or Video course in the fall. He has been in the film and video production business since 1988 and has worked on everything from feature films, commercials, concerts and music videos. Don't miss your chance to learn from an industry pro!
Other classes being offered in the fall are video and post-production include FLMC 1304 Lighting for Film or Video, ARTV 1351 Digital Video, and FLMC 2332 Computers in Video Production I. If you are interested in learning more about these or other courses being offered, contact Donna Monteferante at 281-312-1426 or the visit http://www.kwctechnology.com/
Choose from daytime, evening, weekend or online classes. Credit classes are available on the weekend at the EMCID Center or in the evening at Atascocita or Cleveland High Schools. Lone Star College-Kingwood has a full lineup of exciting courses ready when you are. Whether your future includes training for a new career, updating job skills or transferring to a four-year university, we can help guide you on the road to success.
Register now for best course selection. Fall credit registration continues through Saturday, Aug. 25 with classes beginning Aug. 27. For more information on Lone Star College-Kingwood, visit kingwood.lonestar.edu or call 281-312-1600.
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