A capstone course in digital cinema. Provides students with an immersive experience in the art of visual and aural storytelling. This workshop is structured around the creation of a half-hour finished film, planned and completed as a group, with roles matching those of a professional crew: director, production manager, cinematographer, camera assistant, gaffer, sound designer, art director, and editor. Working with an existing script and using state-of-the-art digital tools, students will gain knowledge in a wide variety of motion-picture production skills. Most importantly, students explore the meanings and nuances of a script, making the artistic choices necessary to bring the story to the screen. Students learn to collaborate as a group, balancing the responsibilities of their role with the needs of their fellow crew and the finished film. At the conclusion of the semester, the class present their completed film in a public, campus screening. Meets with CA 609 – Advanced Motion Picture Techniques. The combination of CA659 and CA609 is 7 credits.