Cinema Studio & Equipment Checkout

Studio Co-Managers

 

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Popular Equipment Checkouts

  • RED Digital Camera Kits with Lenses, Matte Boxes, and Follow Focuses
  • C-Stands
  • Kino Flo Lights

Using the Stage

I agree that I will clear out the studio at the end of my scheduled time prior to the next appointment/class. I am aware if I do not a fine will be assessed.

Equipment requests must be emailed to uvudgmcheckout@gmail.com

Portfolio Review Requirements

In order to take the upper division courses of the Digital Cinema Production (DCP) major you must have passed a Portfolio Review Process. The purpose of this process is to ensure you are ready and capable of succeeding in both the more rigorous academic environment as well as are prepared for professional work in the film industry. Read carefully the Portfolio Review Policy form below. For students hoping to be enrolled in upper-division classes by the following Fall, the first step is to upload a formal letter of application (PDF) and a PDF of your current Wolverine Track to the link below (using Chrome browser) by NOVEMBER 15th. The letter should be a professional letter stating why you want to continue pursing upper-division courses, what you hope to accomplish, and why you should be considered. Typos, casualness, and unprofessional errors are grounds for non-acceptance, so write well. Label your uploads with your last and first name, like this: SPIELBERG STEVEN LETTER or SPIELBERG STEVEN WOLVERINE TRACK.

In March you will sign up for an interview with one of the professors and will need to have an online portfolio ready to share. More information is available in the Portfolio Review Requirements document below.

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Portfolio Requirements

Portfolio Document Upload

 

Senior Project Expectations

Each senior MUST complete two full semesters of the Senior Projects course. If you plan on graduating in December you should take Senior Projects II the Spring before you graduate (before you take Senior Projects I). A Senior Capstone Project reflects the education you have gained and the skill level you have achieved while at UVU. Artistically and technically it is expected to feel like professional work. This level of quality must be felt in all aspects: directing choices, casting, performance, cinematography, editing, production design, audio design, etc.  Our expectation is that your project is of high enough quality that we can submit it for a Student Academy Award, Student Emmy, or other International level student awards.

Read the attached Senior Projects Policy carefully. Your first step is to find a Faculty Mentor. This Mentor needs to be a full-time faculty member and will need to sign your Faculty Mentor Agreement Form before you begin. It will be up to him or her how to best approach Project Proposals, script drafts, production and deliverable expectations, and locked edits. They will also ultimately give you your grade on your project.