• A Guide to Copyright for Media Artists & Educators

    This course takes an in-depth look at copyright law for educators and students, which thoroughly explains all the protection you need for your own projects as well as warning you about how to avoid infringing on the rights of others.

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  • Casting 101

    This class is for anyone planning to work within the casting profession and also gives tremendous perspective to anyone that wants to enter the entertainment industry.

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  • Film Production

    Learn the basics of film production from concept to screen.  In this class you will write, develop, prep, shoot, cut and distribute a 60 second public service announcement.

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  • First Time User

    Get up to speed on how to use Sneak On The Lot learning platform and begin making a name for yourself on the Lot!  This class is required before taking any other classes.

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  • Introduction to Film

    Learn the origins of cinema, the various departments of a crew and the production phases of a motion picture.  This class is going to prepare you for how and why a crew operate on set.  It will also help you understand everyone’s job on a film crew.

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  • School License

    Everything you need to teach a filmmaking class in your school.

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    $549.00 / Seat
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  • Green Screen Lighting Basics

    Learn the tricks-of-the-trade that make all the difference when you are lighting green screen.  This class will make your visual effects team jump for joy because they will never have to pull a key from a bad green screen shot.

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  • Writer

    Learn the basics of what makes a good screenplay great.  Be guided by the pros who give you guidance through the process. This course will squeeze the most out of your storytelling skill.

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  • Editor

    The last person to touch a film is the editor.  A good editor can save even the worst of films if they know what they’re doing.  This course will give you the tools and understanding to save the day.

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  • Director

    Being a director is one of the most rewarding positions on a film but you have to be up to the task.  This course will assist you with visualization, blocking, rehearsal and working with actors.

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  • Director of Photography

    The cinematographer is responsible for the visual image and tone of a motion picture.  It requires a balanced artistic and technical understanding of the craft.  This course will provide that foundation and give you confidence to shoot like a pro.

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