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  • 1. Month 1 – Mastery: Personal Development and Leadership Course Goal: To understand the meaning of mastery and how to achieve it. Strategies for achieving goal  I will read the course book “Mastery” by Robert Greene  I will learn how to use library resources such as EBSCOhost databases  I will learn how to use Tumblr by watching tutorials on Lynda.com
  • 2. Month 2 – Filmmaking Concepts and Practices Course Goal: Learn the theory and practice of film production. Strategies for achieving goal  Research latest trends in film production  Research current filmmakers on EBSCOhost to learn about their experiences  Volunteer to work on the thesis project being produced this month
  • 3. Month 3 – Script Production and Analysis Course Goal: To learn the techniques used to write film scripts. Strategies for achieving goal  I will learn how to use Final Draft by watching tutorials on Lynda.com  I will read “The Art of Dramatic Writing” by Lajos Egri  I will work with the scriptwriting teacher to develop a script for my thesis project
  • 4. Month 4 – Directing Talent Course Goal: To understand the responsibilities of the film director. Strategies for achieving goal  I will read “Directing Actors” by Judith Weston  I will research well known directors on EBSCOhost to learn about their experiences  I will attempt to put into practice the concepts I learn by directing a short film in my spare time
  • 5. Month 5 – Experimental Filmmaking Course Goal: Explore nontraditional forms of visual storytelling. Strategies for achieving goal  I will research methods of creating stop motion videos  I will read the following article on EBSCOhost: Turvey, M., Jacobs, K., Windhausen, F., Jacobs, F., Street, M., Sachs, L., & Recoder, L. (2011). Roundtable on Digital Experimental Filmmaking. October, (137), 51-68.  I will learn to use mobile devices to tell a story visually
  • 6. Month 6 – Visual Storytelling Techniques and Technology Course Goal: Learn advanced camera techniques, visual composition and cinematography Strategies for achieving goal  I will read “Cinematography” by Blaine Brown on EBSCOhost  I will research the Sony F65 camera and learn how to operate it  I will read “The Camera Assistant’s Manual on EBSCOhost
  • 7. Month 7 – Film Production Thesis I: Pre-production Course Goal: Begin planning the production of our class thesis film. Strategies for achieving goal  I will learn to use Movie Magic Budgeting/Scheduling  I will read “Rebel Without a Crew” by Robert Rodriguez  I will read “The Fundamentals of Film-making” on EBSCOhost
  • 8. Month 8 – Film Production Thesis II: Production Course Goal: Practice all the concepts learned to produce a thesis film. Strategies for achieving goal  I will communicate effectively with the rest of the crew to be as efficient as we can  I will lead the camera team in the filming of our project as Director of Photography  I will read “Grammar of the Shot” on EBSCOhost
  • 9. Month 9 – Entertainment and Communication Law Course Goal: Learn about financial, licensing and employment agreements used in the industry. Strategies for achieving goal  I will research about guild agreements in particular the Cinematographer’s Guild  I will read the following article on EBSCOhost: WILLARD, C. (2013). Entertainment, Art & Sports Law. Florida Bar Journal, 87(6), 16-18.  I will meet with the instructor to ask about the distribution of my own side projects
  • 10. Month 10 – Film Production Thesis III: Post-Production Course Goal: Learn about post production processes and apply that knowledge to our thesis film Strategies for achieving goal  I will watch tutorials for using AVID Media Composer on Lynda.com  I will ask to use one of the AVID editing labs outside of class time to work on the rough cut of my thesis project  I will read “The Healthy Edit: Creative Editing Techniques for Perfecting Your Movie” on EBSCOhost
  • 11. Month 11 – Film Production Thesis IV: Film Assembly Course Goal: Use advanced post production techniques for color correcting and sound design Strategies for achieving goal  I will read “Practical Art of Motion Picture Sound” on EBSCOhost  I will learn how to use the AVID Artist Color Control Surface  I will watch tutorials on color correcting in AVID on Lynda.com
  • 12. Month 12 – Business of Film Course Goal: Learn how to effectively market our film through film festivals Strategies for achieving goal  I will research various film festivals to enter our thesis film into  I will read “Sell Your Own Damn Movie!” on EBSCOhost  I will design packaging and other art to help sell my film
  • 13. Industry Leaders  Stephen F. Campbell; Director of Photography (407) 493-3430 stephenfcampbell44@gmail.com  Michael Murray; Director of Photography (407) 850-0711 contact@adrenalinefilms.com  Eduardo Fierro; Director of Photography (818) 835-0829 eduardofierro@yahoo.com  Mauricio Vega; Camera Operator elohim_mau@yahoo.com  Chad Michael Ward; Director of Photography info@thechadmichaelward.com  Boyd Hobbs; Director of Photography (678) 662-0297 boyd@boydhobbs.com
  • 14. Characteristics of a Mentor  Patience  Humble  Good Attitude  Excellent Social Skills  Honest  Respectful  Open Minded  Passionate
  • 15. Clubs To Join At Full Sail  Entertainment Networking Society  The Crew  The Film Scene  Creative Student Networking Group  Creative Writing Club