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Credit Hours: 
3
Class Type: 
Class Number: 
AN 1110
Class Description: 
In this freshman-level class, students will receive an overview of how their animation studies relate to current industry practices for creating animated films, emphasizing how every phase of the creative process supports the storytelling function of a film. Students will learn to analyze animated and live action films, from television commercials, to three-minute shorts, to feature length movies, to understand how narrative content is delivered in different contexts. At the conclusion of this course, students will have completed assignments analyzing the visual form and narrative form of a variety of films, and projects demonstrating their ability to recognize and apply the basic components of visual storytelling in their own work. Prerequisites: none