Film Production Teacher

Production classes are where the students learn all aspects of production. Pretty much everything covered in this book is something taught in production. As a production student, you will make from one to more than a dozen short films, from short experimental pieces on digital; to video; to silent, three-minute,

Super 8 mm sequences; to a full-blown, sound-synchronized, twenty-five-minute, 16 mm color featurette. On each of these films, you will learn a different job and handle numerous tasks. Production classes are a great training ground for you to get your feet wet and figure out what you like best.

Production instructors are there to guide you through the various steps it's going to take you to get to the finished film. If you're not sure whether to use a five or ten kilowatt, the instructor is the one to ask. As a film instructor, you have to know what you're talking about. That's why the schools are filled with teachers who have been making movies for years and have now decided to pass along their practical knowledge. The new breed of production teachers have some experience going into the job and are ready to share.

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