2020 Fall Course Detail
Film and Performing Arts F231 FXA -- Previsualization and Preproduction
Instructor: Salganek, E
Previsualization is a collaborative process that generates preliminary versions of shots or sequences, predominantly using 3D animation tools and a virtual environment. It enables filmmakers to visually explore creative ideas, plan technical solutions and communicate a shared vision for efficient production. Laying a foundation for cinema production, this course will explore screenwriting, storyboarding, previsualization animation, animatics and film pre-production approaches. This course will focus on developing original stories for animation or dramatic film productions and preparing those concepts for cinematic production.
Dates: 08/24/2020 - 12/12/2020
Time: 9:45am- 11:15am Days: TR
Campus: Fairbanks Campus
|Fee Name||Fee Amount||Total This Fee|
|THR/FLM Lab Fee||$125||$125.00|
|UA Network Charge-F||$9 per Credit hour||$27.00|
|CLA Lower Level Tuition||$234 per Credit hour||$702.00|
| ||Total Resident Class Fees:||$854.00|
Cross listed and Stacked: CL# Cross-listed with ART F231.
Notes: COVID 19: 'in-person' class converted to distance delivery.
Delivery Method: Web Based
Seats Remaining: 4