Learn how to craft a compelling story and strong characters, and enhance your filmmaking skills with key audio and video recording techniques, during the FREE virtual Filmmaking 101 workshop series. In each hour-long session, we’ll cover the ins and outs of digital storytelling and media creation using the three basic steps of filmmaking: pre-production, production and post-production. Come to one session or sign up for them both.
Students and teachers will have the opportunity to connect with professional film and media-makers, acquire technical and storytelling insights, and meet peer film and video buffs from across the region! Each session ends with an optional Q&A talk-back session with workshop instructors.
Learn how to craft a compelling story and strong characters in the first session of the Filmmaking 101 series. Begin your filmmaking journey by exploring plot development, script writing, storyboarding and more!
UPDATE: Workshop runs 10:20 – 11:20 AM
Session 2 | Production and Post-production Wednesday, December 13, 2:45-3:45 PM
Enhance your filmmaking skills with a how-to on video and audio recording best practices. Learn about the types of equipment professionals use in the field and how you can make your own award-winning film in the classroom or at home.
Then explore the art of post-production. From video and sound editing programs and digital music libraries to picking the right test audience, get insight into the final steps that make a good film great!
Who can attend the workshop?
– High school students in NY, VT, and QC (grades 9-12) – Homeschool students (grades 9-12)
– Teachers and homeschool educators supporting student filmmakers
2:45 – 3:30PM Guided workshop and group activities
3:30 – 3:45PM Optional Q&A with workshop instructors
UPDATE: Session 1 | Pre-production, November 29th 10:20 – 11:20 AM
Where is the workshop?
Sessions in the “Filmmaking 101” workshop series take place virtually on Zoom. Links to the workshops will be emailed to all enrollees prior to session dates.
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