What Would the Perfect Film School Curriculum Look Like?

NFS podcast 10/17
How would you approach having so much to teach in so little time?

But before we get into that, we also discuss the Sigma fp, Deakins using all Arri on 1917, and writing lessons from Phoebe Waller-Bridge

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This episode of The No Film School Podcast was produced by Charles Haine and edited by Jeffrey Reeser

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October 17, 2019 at 1:17AM

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I'm a teacher of Physics who also sponsor's our High School Film Club. (also just recently finished an MBA in film; with some production classes.) We meet 1 time a week. This year we've started doing what Charles suggested. I'll give the students some parameter to frame their short story around: a one shot; a parallel edit; a flashback; ....something. Generally, no sound. They are all shooting on phones and editing on their phones, maybe a computer. It's more about telling a story and getting iterations under their belt. I think the one other thing that is implied but should be upfront would be talking about what is a story. I would love to expose them to larger crew type situations and make better quality stuff, but some of it is sussing out who is good AND interested in different/more specific roles. Mostly I want them to enjoy crafting stories and maybe learn something too.

October 17, 2019 at 6:15PM