A First Look at the History, Theory and Practice of Storytelling using Steroscopic Motion Pictures

Provides combined opportunity to establish foundation for telling stories with stereoscopic tools and receive basic technical experience using 3D equipment. Beyond an informative introduction to concepts and principles of stereography, students will learn terminology, explore the notion of what makes “good” vs. “bad” 3D, compare and contrast 2D vs. 3D media and production techniques, appreciate how a more natural extension of our own physical world can be created within 3D display, enjoy hands-on experience shooting and editing 3D video at a campus location. One course.

16mm Film Production

Hands-on experience with 16mm motion picture film and photography. In-depth exploration of the techniques and aesthetics of film production, including basic screen writing, lighting, story-telling, and editing. One course.


In-depth investigation of cinematographic techniques and principles for motion picture production. Exercises in both film and high definition digital video. Emphasis on advanced lighting techniques, lensing, camera mobility, set operations and close analysis of master works of cinematography. One course.