The 3-weekend short film development initiative that aims to nurture and support emerging filmmakers throughout the development of a short film. The program will provide concept development of short film projects under the guidance of local screen practitioner, Dan Sanguineti. Open to all aspiring filmmakers, the program will look at how to generate concepts, write, direct, edit (including sound design) and develop a festival strategy for their project.
SHORT FILM INTENSIVE
Feb 13 - March 1
Workshop confirmed. Limited Places Left.
Thursday 13th February 6pm - 9pm - Short Film Writing Workshop Part 1
Saturday 15th February 2pm - 6pm - Short Film Writing Workshop Part 2
Sunday 16th February 10am - 5pm- Short Film Planning Workshop Part 1
Friday 21st February 6pm - 9pm - Short Film Planning Workshop Part 2
Saturday 22nd February 2pm - 6pm - Short Film Shooting Workshop Part 1
Sunday 23rd February 10am - 5pm* - Short Film Shooting Workshop Part 2
Friday 28th February 6pm - 9pm - Short Film Editing Workshop Part 1
Saturday 29th February 2pm - 6pm - Short Film Editing Workshop Part 2
Sunday 1st March 10am - 5pm- Short Film Editing Workshop Part 3
*short film shooting workshop part 2 workshop times may vary to coincide with films in production
The course timing will allow for film's produced to be entered in 2020 Lights Canberra Action Filmmaking Competition. The Theme for LCA 2019 is 'PLANTED.' We will cover the festival entry fees!
The 3 weekends of intensive work will allow participants to hone their writing and producing skills while being part of a team and deepen their understanding of how to develop a marketable short film, as well as building key networking opportunities.
FILM PLUS, Canberra Technology Park, Watson, ACT
Total Course Fee: $700.00
PAYMENT PLANS ARE AVAILABLE. CONTACT US TO DISCUSS ARRANGEMENTS.
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