Professional Film and Television Training consists of a series of courses that have been offered at Chattanooga State Community College for several years. In it’s current form, there are 3 courses that should be taken in sequence beginning each Fall with PFTT 250 Introduction to Film and Television Technology.
It’s really more than just courses, as we develop cohorts of like-minded creatives who come together to make films. You will get hands-on instruction on state-of-the-art equipment provided by the college and you will be expected to contribute to the production process in a variety of production roles.
PFTT 250 – Introduction to Film and Television Technology – Fall 2014
This course to introduce students to the business and everyday working methods of professional film and television production with an emphasis on techniques used in field shooting for motion pictures, dramatic television shows, TV commercials and music videos. This course will be the first step in enabling students to acquire skills necessary for gainful employment in a professional film/video production setting.
These are credit courses that you must be registered to attend. For more information contact email@example.com or visit our facebook page.
https://csm3dia.files.wordpress.com/2014/04/nandina2_gray_adjusted.jpg Took above original to black and white.
Finished product with hue, saturation, and color enhancements.
Mass Comm classes at Chattanooga State Community College taught me how to use selective focus to make a subject stand out in a photograph, and then how to tweak that photograph (Intro. to Electronic Media) within Photoshop to use (for example) in print ads.
In my television production class I was the videographer and editor for this McKamey P.S.A, for which Andrew Cavett produced and directed.
I was also the producer, director, videographer, and editor for this “ConNooga” news package that was aired on “Today at Chatt. State” our college news show.
The loss to Oregon has some Vols losing faith in their team. With the stinging wound left by the wake of Lane Kiffin, Vols fans are struggling to keep their head up. Continue reading
What does the term “student film” mean to you? At Chattanooga State for students in the Media Club and DV Filmmaking class it means fun and hard work.
This summer students in Chattanooga State’s Media Technology Program entered a 48 Hour Film Project in Nashville, TN. The team, led by Chris Willis, were largely students in the program’s two summer courses: Screenwriting and DV Filmmaking. Several actors were used from the Chattanooga State Professional Actor Training Program. Their film submission, Nude Art Class, was produced entirely–written, shot, and edited, within one 48 hour weekend, as required by the contest. Continue reading