Film and Video Production 12

First Semester and Second Semester

Film and Video Production 12 will allow students to experience the art of developing a concept and creating a finished video based on traditional filmmaking techniques. Students learn to be members of a production team, how to assume all the roles that are critical in the creation of a video.

This course is divided into four modules: Fundamentals, Production Team Skills, Film Industry and Careers, and, Film Development and Production.

Additional course details and documents are available on the Nova Scotia Curriculum site’s Film and Video Production 12.

Course Additional Information



The audiovisual components of this course are designed to work with a range of devices and software. Students will need tools from the following categories:

· Access to Google Workspace for Education (GNSPES/SEPNE) or other productivity software.

· A laptop or desktop device with Windows, Mac, or Chrome OS (see software information below).

· A webcam and headset with microphone. · A device to record video and audio and a way to transfer the files to editing software. A tripod and compatible external microphone are recommended.

· Video editing software (ex. Adobe Premier Pro (recommended – Windows or Mac), iMovie (Mac/iOS), WeVideo (Windows, Mac or ChromeOS))

· Audio editing software (ex. Audacity (Windows or Mac), GarageBand (Mac/iOS), WeVideo (Windows, Mac, or ChromeOS))

School Contacts should check with their Regional NSVS Registrar to confirm current hardware and software requirements, compatibility, and availability for this course.

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