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Students produce a variety of creative projects in Jim Krause's production classes. C229 Intro to SIngle-Camera Production is the gateway into our BA in Media and BFA programs. It's good for anyone wanting to produce film and documentary projects. In P354/J560 Program Graphics and Animation, students learn how to make compelling moving imagery. Jim also leads graduate classes and seminars for our MS in Media Documentary/nonfiction program.

Learn about the Media School's BFA in Cinematic Arts or explore our Cinema Academy. It's also great to experience a film at the IU Cinema, one of the nation's premiere arthouse theaters.

C101 Visual Narrative - BFA Friday Seminar


Multi-Camera TV Studio Production 1 is a hands-on production course focusing on multi-camera studio operations and production. This course is offered every fall and spring semester. Students will become proficient operating studio cameras, audio console, lighting equipment, video switcher, character generator, and other studio equipment. Students will create projects, block scenes, and direct projects. Visit the class website for more information.


Video Field and Post Production is offered in spring, fall and summer (1st 6 weeks) semesters. Students create short documentary, artistic, dramatic and news projects. Topics include design, composition, lighting, continuity and editing. In P351 students are introduced to Avid Media Composer, advanced editing and color correction, and portraiture lighting with Arri light kits. Visit the class website for more information.

C229 Class website


Program Graphics and Animation focuses on designing and creating graphics and animations for broadcast/TV delivery. Students use Adobe Photoshop and After Effects to create moving imagery for commercial, non-fiction, storytelling and message-driven content. Topics include graphic design, compositing, and 3D animation and lighting within the After Effects environment. Visit the class website for more information.