Hockomock Film Festival Film/Video Workshop
A four week program from concept through completion. All costs are underwritten by Easton Community Access Television and the Hockomock Film Festival Committee. To reserve a space or to find out more information, contact workshop leader Kevin Friend: email@example.com
The workshops are designed to bring students through the film/video production process concentrating on four aspects of production. The classes are highly interactive and very useful for serious film students looking to gain knowledge in the real world of video production. Importantly, this opportunity is only for filmmakers producing entries for the 2013 Hockomock Film Festival Competition.
Week one will cover project organization, script outline and script development and crew and actor preparation. Projects will be discussed individually in relation to project planning, equipment options, locations, and technical projections.
Week two will cover actual production including set up and preparation, camera work, actor interaction, shooting for the edit, and lighting.
Week three will be the edit to be held at BCN Productions at the Queset House where we will review edit set up, style, and discuss Avid, Premier, and Final Cut Pro.
Week four we will review distribution and formatting, bringing your project to market.
The workshop is taught by Kevin G. Friend, owner and director at BCN Productions and Executive Director of Golfing the World and The Mountain Report, and writer, producer, director, and editor for numerous documentaries, corporate presentations, and over 2000 live event productions.
Classes Saturday Morning at ECAT January 12, 26, February 9, 23.