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FLM 210 - Advanced Construction and Location Work

Credits: 4
2 Lecture Hours 2 Studio Hours

Prerequisites: FLM 110   or instructor permission

This course explores construction techniques applicable to ordinary and unique locations. Scenery execution, installation and restoration exercises are used to train a crew to leave no evidence after a film shoots in a studio or at a location.

Learning Outcomes
Upon successful completion of the course, the student will:

  1. Build and install scenery in a studio or location.
  2. Demonstrate loading and unloading vehicles used for transporting scenery.
  3. Exercise appropriate use and care of hand, power, pneumatic and other tool systems.
  4. Recognize crew expectations and responsibilities.
  5. Work within a team and maintain budget goals.
  6. Utilize appropriate techniques regarding safety components required for construction, transportation, set up and dismantling scenery and salvaging any appropriate materials.
Listed Topics
  1. International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees (IATSE) and non-union rules
  2. Collective bargaining agreements
  3. Crew roles and responsibilities
  4. Scheduling, collaboration and communication
  5. Transportation
  6. Script analysis
  7. Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) compliance
  8. Production forms and completion
  9. Build and install scenery
Reference Materials
Film, Video, Media, Lecture, Internet and Textbooks
Approved By: Bullock, Quintin Date Approved: 02/14/2019

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