Film Editing and Production (SITV) (8) 8th period

Course No: 9430, 9435
Subject: College Preparatory Electives
Grade Level: 10, 11, 12
Course Length: Year
Course Type: Elective
UC/CSU Subject Approval: G
Prerequisite: None
Criteria for Enrollment: Teacher approval.
Fulfillments: Elective

Film Editing and Production (SITV 101) is a full-year elective that counts towards the GPA.  The course will provide students with a deeper understanding of:
1) video editing skills for professional and social media use;
2) video camera skills for eye-catching and creative imagery: and
3) drone, gimbal, camera, audio, and lighting knowledge for technical mastery of high-end equipment.

Students will learn how to manipulate music and footage to create engaging videos to reach their intended audiences.  Students will collaborate with the student body to produce the school’s announcements, whether it be via commercials with athletes and performers or interviews with faculty and students.  Students will learn techniques to produce high quality video material and the steps necessary in pre and post production to satisfy goals.  By the end of the year, students will be fully equipped to blueprint, produce, and market their own top-end videos.

Students will meet 1 afternoon per week for 3 hours.

First Year Taken: Film Editing and Production (SITV) (9430) – 8th period.

Second and Subsequent Year Taken: Advanced Film Editing and Production (SITV) (9435) – 8th period. This course is NOT UC approved and does NOT count in the GPA.

This course is offered outside of the 9:00 am – 2:45 pm school day.