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Learning resources about Narrative Film Production are organized into a series of course and lessons.
|Lessons in Basic Filmmaking Course|
|Lesson:||Formatting the Script|
|Pop Quiz:||Pop Quiz - What is the first shot?|
|Lesson:||Creating the thumbnail storyboards|
|Lesson:||Creating the 3D storyboards|
|Free disk:||A simple DVD-Video Editing Workshop|
|Lesson:||Learning about camera lenses|
|Lesson:||Record the dialog for the animatic|
|Lesson:||Intro to narrative filmmaking|
|Lesson:||Draw the movie poster for "Star Wars"|
|Lesson:||Create a matte painting|
|Pop Quiz:||Pop Quiz - Creating the moods (film scoring)|
|Lesson:||Create the animatic|
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