No class this week- Note from Phil: email me with any questions or new revisions of your final projects, and I'll try and get back to you with my comments. I will try to be as accessible as possible. Please feel free to call. I'll be checking my email all the time as well. Most of you know that I have a huge project opening in a couple of weeks, so we will be having subs (excellent subs for 1 or 2 classes), so I will not see you all for awhile. Perhaps we can set up an ichat or skype session and I can hold one to one office hours on my laptop while I'm in DC setting up. Write to me if you wish to video chat and have office hours while I'm away. Write to me with any questions...I'm still a resource for you, and I'll be with Mr. Osborn who is my tech for the week, and who can answer all tech issues... We'll catch up on everything when I get back. In the meantime, you should be making some progress on your final project and showing me footage of Work in Progress when I get back. Mark McCoin will be teaching you Pro Tools and post sound, and we will get into some subtleties of Final Cut and After Effects, and post in general when I return. One more small assignment which i will relay to you over email. Course supplement- Subject:Another Kage Workshop 3.19.10 More stuff to send out to your production students: We're doing another Kage Workshop this Friday which will cover: Film (at film school!) We're going to go over how film works, what film stocks are available, and when to best utilize the stocks. We'll also cover some extinct film stocks and how to buy them. We'll go over which films you can process yourself, why you should do that and when you shouldn't. Same story as last week- anyone is welcome to attend regardless or class level or experience. These are just for fun and extra learning/recapping what you already learned but maybe forgot. Meeting place will be room 342 in Atlas this Friday from 4-6pm. Bring your party hats.