All students are expected to abide by all rules and regulations established by the DSU Digital Film Faculty and Staff.
1. USE OF DEPARTMENT EQUIPMENT/FACILITIES:
Department equipment and production/post-production facilities are to be used for class projects ONLY. DSU Film students are prohibited to allow anyone, other than fellow classmates, to handle, store, or operate department equipment.
2. STUDENTS MUST meet with Ben Braten and Judea Runs Through in order to get approval for a student project. This meeting will be used to help the student tentatively schedule the production and equipment checkout. And if needed suggested crew members to run camera, audio, or G&E. You MUST have an approved Crew List before your equipment request will be considered.
3. EQUIPMENT AND FACILITY RESERVATIONS
Students should email their reservation requests with Judea (email@example.com) at least 3 days (72 hours) prior to checking-out equipment. The 72-HOUR RULE will be strictly enforced! (If you want to use any of the school facilities you should speak with Christina Merrill.)
EQUIPMENT RESERVATION FORMAT EMAIL
Subject line must only include: Check out date, Student’s Name, and Class/Production
Sample: 11/15/18 – Your Name – FILM 3400/Music Video
The body should include: date of checkout, an organized list of equipment requested, and a Crew List. (you can download the PDF files and use preview or another PDF reader to fill them out. They are all fillable. And please SAVE AS with your name and shoot date in the file name ex. YourNameDateCrewList.pdf)
The following is my request for checkout 11/15/18 at 12pm. I have attached my equipment request list, a crew list and my call sheet.
Your Name + Email + Cell Phone # (one item per line)
IMPORTANT NOTES: 1) When sending in an update or revision to a reservation request, note this at the top of the BODY of your email: “*** THIS IS A REVISION TO AN EXISTING RESERVATION REQUEST” (not in the subject line). 2) You should consider making a request a WEEK in advance to guarantee your reservation. This includes gear, studios, and rooms. 3) You should also consider making a Call Sheet for each shoot day.