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Video Projects


Regular Student: $320.00


Description



The Advanced Audio, Photography, and Video Projects courses provide documentary artists with the opportunity to work with award-winning professionals in small group settings. Each term, CDS invites three established artists to teach the Advanced Projects Seminars, which are designed for individuals who are working on projects and are seeking creative guidance. This is an opportunity for students in the certificate program to refine their work before applying for the Final Seminar. Participants are required to share excerpts from their works-in-progress, and the courses are designed around the specific needs of participants.

Different artists will teach the seminars each term, giving students the opportunity to hear multiple perspectives on their work. Students may take the course for credit more than once. This is also an ideal course for students who have completed the Certificate in Documentary Arts and are looking for professional advice to move forward in their careers, including information on finding resources (grants, fellowships, artist residencies) to support their work. Certificate students are required to take a seminar in their chosen concentration before enrolling in the Final Project Seminar. (12 hours/Advanced)

Jim Haverkamp is an award-winning filmmaker and editor based in Durham. He received a filmmaking fellowship from the North Carolina Arts Council in 2000, and his credits include co-directing the short films Armor of God, Willow Garden, and Hot Dog Man: A Case Study. Haverkamp has also worked as an editor on several feature documentaries, including Monster Road, Doubletime, and Hearts & Mines. He has served on the selection committee and awards juries of the Full Frame Documentary Film Festival, and he is co-organizer of Durham’s Strange Beauty Film Festival.

Additional information:
Please bring video equipment and works in progress.

Additional Information

The instructor this term, Jim Haverkamp, is an award-winning filmmaker and editor based in Durham. He received a filmmaking fellowship from the North Carolina Arts Council in 2000, and his credits include co-directing the short films Armor of God, Willow Garden, and Hot Dog Man: A Case Study. Haverkamp has also worked as an editor on several feature documentaries, including Monster Road, Doubletime, and Hearts & Mines. He has served on the selection committee and awards juries of the Full Frame Documentary Film Festival, and he is co-organizer of Durham’s Strange Beauty Film Festival.

A $10 materials fee is due at the first class.

Please bring video equipment and works in progress.


A lab fee of $100 is not included in the tuition for this course.

Prerequisites

Advanced

Details


begins Monday, January 30, 2012

meets on:
Monday, 07:00 PM - 09:00 PM


Located in : Center for Documentary Studies, Room 104
 
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