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Telluride Summer College: Non-Fiction Film Making

Telluride Summer College and Telluride TV present "Intro to Non-Fiction Film Making: From Camera to Screen."

Dates: July 14 - July 28

Instructors: David Oyster,
Ryan Wilson, MA,ME
Location: Telluride
$350 (includes Telluride TV membership)

 
This class is a hands-on approach to film-making, that begins with camera work and ends with the completion of a finished scene/non-fiction film. Students will learn basic camera, lighting and editing techniques using the Sony PD150 camera and Final Cut Pro editing software.  Although students will use this software, it is only an introductory level course and they may desire further training in Final Cut.  While, short assignments or readings will be conducted during class time, students will be expected to create a final non-fiction film outside of class time over the course of a two-week period. Ultimately, a final documentary no more than 10 minutes in length will be due at the end of the class and will be screened at Wilkinson Public Library. 
 
Students who take this class will receive a membership to TellurideTV, and will be able check out video equipment from the library and air their creations on the station for a limited amount of time.
 
Class Dates:
 
Thursday, July 14th 6:00-9:00pm
Friday, July 15th 10:00am-1:00pm
Monday, July 18th 6:00-9:00pm
Thursday, July 28th 6:00-8:00 pm

Telluride Summer College:

The University Centers of the San Miguel (UCSM) is partnering with Mesa State College, Colorado Northwestern Community College, Telluride School District, CSU Extension (San Miguel Basin) office,  The New Community Coalition, and others to create the Telluride Summer College.

High school and college students, and interested adults are invited to take these great classes.  The classes are available for up to 6 Mesa State College credits, and also for non-credit. These classes can also be applied to the new Mesa State College Certificate in Sustainability Practices.


Earn Certificates in UCSM Sustainable Studies  and/or Permaculture Design and further your knowledge and career opportunities as well as expand your relationship with the natural world.

To register:

registrar@ucsanmiguel.org

970.349.5255

Or a blank registration form can be found below.

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