• Digital Filmmaking

    This course is designed to introduce students to the film and broadcast industries. Students will learn trades necessary to produce a motion picture or documentary for information, entertainment and/or education. Students' talents will be refined while they develop a product from start to finish, including preparation preparation for distribution. In addition, Students will develop skills in leadership/teamwork, decision making, work ethics and more while refining employability and job search skills. Students gain valuable leadership and employment skills and receive opportunities for scholarships and community involvement by participating in SkillsUSA, a state and national career and technical student organization.
    Expect to learn:
    • Directing
    • Screenwriting
    • Producing
    • Cinematography
    • Storyboarding
    • Post-Production
    Other Features:
    • College credit and internship opportunities may be available

    Plan of Study

    Career information for this industry:
    • Salary range: $26,270 - $155,840
    • Education range: Bachelor's Degree
    • Projected job growth: 11%
    Statistics according to Bureau of Labor Statistics for Film and Video Editors/Film and Video Editors and Camera Operators Retrieved: 5/23/2016

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