The Python in Film School

The way a programmer thinks is not so different from the way someone in the film industry thinks.

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by Tessa Keough

Illustration by Alex Hanson

Few people would expect a film student to add a course in Computer Science to their schedule. However, since my university’s individualized program allows me to focus in film and explore other subjects, I was able to do so. From a pure “I need a job when I graduate” perspective, I took the class in order to add software development to my list of skills, knowing that this would make me more marketable, contemporaneous, and would distinguish me from others in the film industry. There are few professions that do not require interacting with a computer in some way. With technology advancing daily, it is becoming more and more important to the electronics we use, and how to manipulate them to our advantage. Computer science is essential for this. Continue reading “The Python in Film School”