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(This program runs alternate summers, the next offering will be in the summer of 2014.)
The Film FSP offers students the opportunity to combine historical study with professional practice at the Screen Academy Scotland, http://www.screenacademyscotland.ac.uk/. Together with their instructors, students will attend screenings and events at the Edinburgh International Film Festival. Attendance at the EIFF, its master classes, press conferences, and debates will bring students into contact with film professionals, the general public, and the life of the city.
It is hoped that, beyond their regular courses, students will attend a wide variety of public events offered throughout the summer, including the celebrated Edinburgh International Festival and Festival Fringe.
The program of study consists of three courses, two in production and one in history, at the Screen Academy Scotland. Only Dartmouth students will take these courses.
FS39: Digital Cinematography
FS36: Music Video Production
FS47: Topics in Film - The Map (Prof. Flanagan)
It is anticipated that students will live in University of Edinburgh apartments, four Dartmouth students per apartment.
Prerequisites (with a grade of B+ or better)
FS1: Introduction to Film or
FS2: Introduction to Television or
FS3: Introduction to Digital Art and Culture
A second course in the Department of Film and Media Studies at Dartmouth (with a grade of A- or better)