• ADV TV Digital   •  Mrs. Timeree Kristell
    Murrieta Mesa High School   •  951-677-0568 ext. 6109  •  tkristell@murrieta.k12.ca.us
    Filmmaking focuses on the aesthetic qualities of television and movie production and analyzes the impact of digital video technology as an alternate form of communication in today's society. This course meets UC/CSU (g) and MVUSD graduation requirements for Visual & Performing Arts or elective credit. This advanced course is designed for students who are considering television or film production as a career and want real-world working experience working on a production crew.  This course is an application and interview process and must have met prerequisites for Rams Productions. Students will produce a variety of school and community video projects that reinforce knowledge of equipment, terminology, concepts and procedures used in professional video and television production studios.
    Students will assist in the production and broadcast of the Rams Daily News. Students will study the history of television and film and will evaluate directors styles, genres and social impact. Software programs such as Final Cut Pro X and After Effects will be a secondary focal point to that of meeting the elements of art and principles of design, as well as the components in the California State Standards. 
    All curriculum content for Filmmaking is located on the district's learning management system called Canvas.  Please visit the MVUSD Canvas website for sign in information, mobile apps, parent observer acess account, tutorials, and more!
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    Do you want to be part of a working production team?  If you have met the requirements for an interview for the ADV TV Digital Class/Rams Productions 21-22 you can get a personal interview.  Applications will be aviable in February 2021. Please note: Prerequisite for ADV TV Digital is the TV Digital High School Course meeting the A-G graduation/college requirement.  Got questions?  Please email tkristell@murrieta.k12.ca.us


Last Modified on March 12, 2021