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Starts October 9
5 sessions: Wednesdays, October 9-November 13 (no class October 30), 6:30-9:30pm
This course is designed to introduce intermediate filmmakers to new and innovative audio-visual production techniques. Develop skills for viewing, appreciating, and creating films and videos that challenge the norms and conventions of mainstream film production. Students will make two short experimental films of their own; one that includes dialogue and one that does not. Each film will receive feedback from the instructor and fellow students. Basic filmmaking experience is required for this course.
Tuition: $270 regular/$205 member/$155 low-income
Ryan Clancy is a St. Paul based filmmaker, activist and journalist. His work has been shown at the Ann Arbor Film Festival, Cinetopia, New Filmmakers Los Angeles, the Australia Architecture and Design Festival, among others. Ryan is currently pursuing his MFA in film at the Minneapolis College of Art and Design.
Class Registration Guidelines & Cancellation Policy
- Space is assigned on a first-come basis. Registrations must include payment in full. Registrations are accepted after registration deadlines if space is available.
- If minimum enrollment has not been reached by 5 days prior to the start date of a class, FilmNorth may cancel it, in which case registrants will immediately be notified and receive a full refund within 5 business days. A check will be issued for registrations that were paid in cash. In lieu of a refund, students have the option of applying their tuition to another class in the same calendar year.
- For those wishing to cancel a registration prior to the class registration deadline, 100% of the tuition will be refunded minus a $25 administrative fee. For registration cancellations received after the registration deadline but prior to the first class session, 50% of the tuition will be refunded minus a $25 administrative fee. As of a class start date, no refunds or credits/exchanges will be given.
- Tuition is not prorated for missed class sessions.