Workshops are getting convened for a group portfolio review and critique. The film students can present their work to be critiqued. Participants will discuss what they are interested in shooting during the class.
Usually in the film making class, each person will schedule a 20-minute appointment to meet with the experts every day so the master s can review the progress and give shooting and editing advice.
Students will receive a list of possible subjects in advance so they can give it some thought and start working right away. In some cases, the subjects will require additional travel to enrich the film making experience.
The one-on-one meetings with the film making experts will enable participants to produce their videos and films in a more professional way. Students should bring their own video camera and a laptop with their own editing software. At times, workshops will not only include editing software instruction, but there will be in technicians to address small issues and problems.
Every session, both the photography and film students will come together for a group discussion. This is where photographers and filmmakers will come as guest speakers to show the participants work. Students will then receive feedbacks on how they are progressing with their work.
On the last day of the workshop both classes will have a group critique where the films and edited photographs will be presented. That evening, everyone’s work will be presented in a local gallery. This workshop will provide a framework to all film students to have a better understanding of shooting and editing a film while offering a wonderful opportunity to experience film making.