SA Internship Program

Film Production I (SAUSART16)

Course Fee (per four-week session): NT$136,106
Grades: 9-12
Duration: 4 weeks; June 6 to July 1 (8:00 am - 1:00 pm)
Homework: Moderate


This introductory film course will immerse students in all aspects of film production. Students will learn the basics of planning, cinematography, video editing, media analysis, and visual communication. This will be a hands-on, project-based class in which students will produce several different types of films. Projects will include, but are not limited to, micro-documentaries, narrative short films, public service announcements, commercials, montages, and music videos. Students should have the ability to work independently and collaboratively and see a project from inception to completion.  Students must obtain a 1TB or larger external hard drive to store and manage their digital assets.  Class size is limited.


Successful completion of this course satisfies one elective Visual Arts credit and allows students to enroll in Honors Film courses with instructor approval. The course fulfills the Performing or Visual Arts graduation requirement.