Announced on October 10, 2016
Want to get $5000 to make a documentary film about a meaningful topic? Check out Community Voices, and spend this Spring making social issue documentary films that change the world. This hallmark course of Chapman’s documentary film program covers conception, development, fundraising, and access for documentary films. Also learn the fundamentals of production, post-production, documentary marketing, distribution, and how to be of service through nonfiction filmmaking. Note: This class counts for the 7CC Community Service GE requirement. This class is competitive and is offered by application only. Documentary experience is a preferred but not required. Applications should include: your name, age, year, major, what your background is in documentary filmmaking, how much shooting and editing experience you have, why you want to take this course, and how much time you’ll have this Spring semester to work on your project.
Class meets Mon Wed 10-11:15.
Email final application to Professor Sally Rubin at email@example.com. Deadline: November 5th.