Program posted by: Selva Rica
Posted on: January 6, 2013
We are offering a practical digital cinema workshop from writing a script to editing your project
You will spend most of the time filming and editing, rather than being in class. This workshop is more like an internship with the support of professional instructors than a formal class. We believe that one learns more through practice and problem solving. Just by simply having the opportunity to gain many hours behind the camera you will learn directly fromy our own experience.
In St. Eulalia we will be living in a country house with gardens, a pool, and stone paths - perfect for filming. Outside of the property there are mountains with pre-Incan ruins to explore, covered with giant rocks and cacti - also perfect for filming. Our purpose is always to take people out of the city so they can reconnect with nature. This reconnection will be expressed in the films that you make whether they be documentary or fiction.
Here are some example topics for you documentaries:
How do your neighbors take turns irrigating their crops?
Investigate the reforesting programs in the area.
Here are some possible short fiction genres:
An example daily schedule is as follows:
10-12 Introduction to the workshop and the cameras
12-2 - Lunch
2-4 filming in the country
4-6 Looking over our collected footage
8-30 Movie watching and discussion
Cameras Canon 5d Mark II y III
Editing FCP X (Mac) y adobe premier (PC)
4 days 4 nights
Cost : $600
Meals: Delicious Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner 4 days $50
See more of our work at www.selvarica.com
We are looking for 8 hard working, positive, & sel motivated people with an interest in filmmaking but nature.