Evening & Saturday CoursesFilm Production

Creative Film Making and Editing – An Introduction

Enter the world of Film Making and gain hands-on experience in writing, filming and editing your own material. This course is written for potential filmmakers with little or no film making experience.

This course is written for potential filmmakers with little or no film making experience. It is an ideal introduction to the reality of film making for people who need to balance their interest with work or other commitments.

Through a series of practical workshops, you will gain hands-on experience in writing, filming and editing your own material. Throughout the course you will cover the essential aspects of film making including: story and script development, planning, shot-lists and storyboarding, directing, lighting and camera work and non-linear editing.

Our team of experienced tutors, Celeste Joy-Engel and Stuart Culley, will help you acquire a working understanding of the importance of editing and you will gain an understanding of the language and terminology, cutting styles, continuity editing parameters and editing to music. For one day during the course, you will meet your tutors on location for filming session.

We will harness your enthusiasm and guide you through the exciting experience of making a film.

What you need to bring

A notebook and pen, laptop or similar tablet device if preferred and USB memory stick (8Gb recommended minimum).

Dates

Spring Term

  • Monday 23rd January – 27th March 2017
  • Saturday 25th February 2017 (Full day filming)

Class size

Maximum 16 students

 

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