University of Alaska Fairbanks
Adapted for Prince William Sound Community College
Students write original screenplays, and then develop storyboards, animatics, schedules, budgets, and websites for their project by the end of the semester.
Previsualization is a collaborative process that generates preliminary versions of shots or sequences, predominantly using 3D animation tools and a virtual environment. It enables filmmakers to visually explore creative ideas, plan technical solutions and communicate a shared vision for efficient production. Laying a foundation for cinema production, this course will explore screenwriting, storyboarding, previsualization animation, animatics and film pre-production approaches. This course will focus on developing original stories for animation or dramatic film productions and preparing those concepts for cinematic production. Special fees apply. (3+0)
To register for this course, and to check the current schedule of offerings, please visit
UAONLINE.ALASKA.EDU and search for FLPA 231
Research Group for Pre-production:Links and bookmarks