Designed to introduce students to the history, philosophy, theory and techniques of developing and producing short films that are shot on digital video cameras and edited digitally on computers with professional software. Centers on learning elements of visual storytelling through a spectrum of aesthetic approaches. Students learn sequencing, shooting, and editing skills as they develop and produce their own films. Classes will consist of group discussions, critical sessions and hands on exercises in digital filmmaking. Students are expected to work in groups and engage in analysis of professional video production scenarios. This course does not meet the Humanities requirement for the AA degree.