Lights, camera, you’re in action!
In this exciting film studies program, you’ll learn camera, lighting, and sound techniques; cinematography, producing, directing, and editing; and you’ll actually create a visual story. Students also study relevant computer software, applications, and equipment; music and audio development, and pre- and post-production procedures; plus media industry business practices, ethics, safety standards, laws, and social impact.
Film & Television Program Information
Bradshaw Mountain HS
LENGTH OF PROGRAM:
GRADE LEVEL REQUIREMENT:
Up to 2 high school credits
Adobe Certified Associate in Premiere Pro
- Enables students to make career decisions consistent with their aptitudes, interests, abilities, and academic achievement.
- Provides a program of instruction that prepares students for post-secondary education and/or for employment.
- Transferable credits to College or University.
- Industry skills development experience and certification to take straight to workforce.
Film and Television Career Opportunities
Audio/Visual Equipment Technician ($31,000 – $58,000)
Broadcast Engineer ($30,000 – $60,000)
Production Worker ($21,000 – $38,000)
Producer / Director ($45,000 – $104,000)
Production Assistant ($22,000 – $46,000)
Salaries will range based on hiring entity, location, and years of experience.
Film & Television Program Course Sequences
*All film studies program credits are awarded at the end of each year. If a student leaves a program early he or she may not be awarded credit.
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