Theater Cinema and Film Production
Theater, Cinema, and Film Production is a single-semester course that describes the processes of theater, cinema, and film production. The course begins by introducing theater and film and their different genres and subgenres. The course also helps you understand the creative side of theater and film production, such as screenplay writing, directing set design, acting, makeup, and wardrobe styling and costume design. In this course, you will also learn about technical aspects in theater and film productions, such as lighting, sound, and camerawork. The course also covers the pre-production, production, and post-production processes involved in plays and films. Finally, you will learn about audiences for plays and films, and how they impact these productions.
By the end of this course, you will:
- Describe the purpose, history, and language of theater and film.
- List and describe the different genres and subgenres of theater and film.
- Analyze the structure, content, and process of writing scripts for plays and films.
- Explain the processes of lighting and sound in theater and film.
- Describe camerawork in film.
- Describe set design, makeup, and wardrobe and costume design in theater and film.
- Describe the similarities and difference in acting and directing for stage and screen.
- Explain the pre-production, production, and post-production processes in theater and film.
- Describe the audience for plays and films and their impact on these productions