SCOPE are very excited about our first impending workshop for 2012.
This year is about keeping it real and proving that you don’t need to tick all the boxes to create!
Saturday February 25
This one is all about low budgets and simple props using whatever is available.
With a few simple things and some lateral thought, your results will speak for themselves!
9.30-11.30 2hr session Set Design Basics with Jon Carberry
12-2pm 2hr session Lighting 101 with a master mind of Guerrilla, Merlyn Moon
2.30-4.30 2hr session Photography Fundamentals with Merlyn Moon.
This Guerilla Photography Workshop will give an introduction to dressing sets and locations for film/tv/photography. The workshop will start with dressing a set with items we can beg/borrow or steal, discussing how to give the set visual depth and techniques like dressing to camera. The second and third sessions will cover lighting and photography using the set we have dressed earlier.
Cost: $20 per session or $50 for the whole day…wow what a bargain!
Ages 12 and up welcome
Adults welcome if spaces available | Cost $30 per session
Where: Residency Room at the WA Museum (just follow the signs!)
“Guerrilla filmmaking is driven by passion with whatever means at hand”, Yukon Film Commission Manager Mark Hill
Enrollments closing Friday 23
For all the details email Sarah at email@example.com