Advanced Filmmaking Online is the next step after our Core Filmmaking program. Comparative to a second-year college level course, young filmmakers are introduced to new techniques in cinematic storytelling. Geared toward developing one or more strong short film scripts, students will analyze the works of great filmmakers like Hitchcock, Kubrick and Kurosawa and spend creative blocks working collaboratively in small groups or in one-on-one workshops with the instructor. Additional assignments include cinematography, editing, and directing projects to be completed remotely and shared with the class for critique.
|Mon Aug 3||Main Class||Creative Lab 2|
|Tue Aug 4||Creative Lab 1||Writing Lab, Cinematography Recap||Creative Lab 2|
|Wed Aug 5||Creative Lab 1||Writing Lab, Directing #2 (Acting)||Creative Lab 2|
|Thu Aug 6||Creative Lab 1||Writing Lab, Directing #3||Creative Lab 2|
|Fri Aug 7||Creative Lab 1||Directing #4 Continuity / Composition / Lighting||Creative Lab 2|
|Sat Aug 8||OFF|
|Sun Aug 9||OFF|
|Mon Aug 10||Shoot Hitchcocks|
|Tue Aug 11||Creative Lab 1||Hitchcock Editing #1||Creative Lab 2|
|Wed Aug 12||Creative Lab 1||Hitchcock Editing #2||Creative Lab 2|
|Thu Aug 13||Creative Lab 1||Hitchcock Editing #3||Creative Lab 2|
|Fri Aug 14||Creative Lab 1||Final Class - Hitchcock Critique|
Every filmmaker needs to start somewhere. And while equipment isn't everything - Oscar winning films have been shot on iPhones - here are some recommendations for where to start.