Festival of Scholars

An annual celebration of research, scholarship, and creativity

Multimedia: Digital Cinema

Date: Monday, April 29, 2013
Time: 7:00pm - 8:00pm
Location: Overton Hall
Description: Behind the scenes with the development, production and post production of narrative, animated and experimental shorts and works-in-progress from the Multimedia HD Digital Cinema class.

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Student Abstracts at this Session

Student(s):
Kayla Peralta

Faculty Mentor:
Mr. Daniel Restuccio
The New Age of Cinema

The disruptive technology of Digital Cinema has exploded into the marketplace, allowing unparalleled access to the means to create high production value at a fraction of the cost. Students now have access to the same technology that is used on feature films. Yet, as the point of entry is lowering, the crafting of a compelling story is as elusive as ever. This chronicle of the behind-the-scenes production of short movies illustrates the process of creative development, pre-production, production, and post-production. The purpose of the project is to engage, inform, and inspire others. Scenes from "Robox," "Silent," "HATS," and "The Ex" will be shown.




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