New Summer Filmmaking Class Offered St. Thomas Newsroom April 12, 2012 Attention aspiring indie filmmakers: Make a movie this summer for credit at UST. Taught by award-winning filmmaker James Snapko, English Department faculty member, THTR 297 Filmmaking will meet from 6 to 9 p.m. Tuesdays and Thursdays during Summer Session 1, May 23-July 5. James Snapko This new course is designed to introduce students to the filmmaking process – from script to screen. Working in teams, students will learn how to conceive, plan, organize, light, shoot, record sound, capture footage and edit material, with the end product being the creation of a short film. The goal of the course will be to give students the tools they need to conceive and flesh out ideas that will lead to compelling, authentic and personally meaningful films. A public screening of the student films will be held at the end of the session. This course satisfies the fine arts requirement of the core curriculum. Registration begins Monday, April 16. For more information email Snapko. RelatedStudy Abroad Opportunities Available for First-Year StudentsACTC Student Film Festival: Tickets Now AvailableSubmit Your Film for 2011 ACTC Student Film FestivalCalling All Student Filmmakers!