Far South Film presents a series of weekend film making workshops for youth aged 10 to 18…
- Please ensure you read the terms and conditions of enrolment.
- COVID-Safe restrictions apply Please DO NOT ATTEND if you have COVID-19 symptoms.
- Saturday 5 December Moruya NEW DATE – PLACES AVAILABLE
1 day workshop
9.30am to 4.00pm
Saturday 5 December 2020 NEW DATE
Mechanics Institute, Page St MORUYA
Tutor: Rima Bos
Ages: 10 to 18
Limit: 12 participants
What to bring: Morning tea, lunch, afternoon tea, hat, sunscreen, water bottle. Any devices you have for creating films. eg an iPhone, android phone, go pro or iPad. See recommendations below. Cameras, microphones, laptops, tripods and any additional equipment that you want to use is fine too if you are already able to use them or require minimal help. Please also bring any scripts or film ideas to use for practical exercises if you wish to develop them further during this workshop.
What You Will Learn
This one day digital filmmaking workshop is a hands-on intensive day using new technologies and devices. Participants are offered instruction in the basics of storytelling and screenwriting, pre-production and planning, film camera composition and shooting, editing techniques and strategies for creating short films.
Whether you are a novice looking for a primer on all the aspects of making a film, a veteran who needs a refresher or help with advancing their skills, or just a movie goer interested in the behind-the-scenes process, this one day workshop is the perfect place to get a feel of what it takes to create short films that can be entered in film festivals.
If you’re bringing your own devices, please make sure you:
- Label everything with your name.
- Pre-charge your devices and bring any necessary charging cable+powerplug, batteries, media (eg SD cards etc)
- Have enough free space on your device to film and edit video (back your device up at home before clearing space!)
- Pre-install any apps you will need
This project is supported by Arts NSW’s Country Arts Support Program, a devolved funding program administered by the Regional Arts NSW and South East Arts on behalf of the NSW Government. The Regional Arts Fund is an Australian Government initiative that supports sustainable and cultural development in regional, remote and very remote Australia.