Directing - Directors CraftView all courses
- This course is open for 12 weeks
- 12 lesson series
- Certificate of completion
- 5 hours, 33 minutes of video
- Illustrated Companion Guides
- Downloadable Class Materials
- Industry-Leading Instructors
About this Course
Once the director yells, “Action,” a dance begins between the actor and the camera. The director’s role is much more than that of directing the actors. The director must also craft the visual story by planning the coverage of each scene, blocking the camera and actors, and establish the overall look of the story.
In the Arts & Business Center Director’s Craft Course, you will learn the cinematic language and techniques for interpreting the story and crafting a visual experience that compliments the actors’ performances. Learn how to begin a project, break down the script for story and character, plan the look of the visual story, properly shoot a scene, effectively block actors for both story and function, successfully utilize basic and advanced coverage techniques as well as how to storyboard and shot list your movie.
Go on set with a remarkable list of instructors whose TV shows and movies you see every day. Learn the craft of directing and bring your productions to the next level with the Arts & Business Center Director’s Craft Course.