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Camera Fundamentals

at DCTV - TriBeCa
87 Lafayette St, New York, New York 10013

Learning digital video production is vital for independent filmmakers and for anyone interested in harnessing the power of media. Camera Fundamentals is accessible and easy-to-learn, teaching you basic concepts and technical skills applicable to any camera.  In this classic DCTV Workshop, use an HD video camera to learn about focus, exposure,...

$100

2 sessions

Video DSLR

at DCTV - TriBeCa
87 Lafayette St, New York, New York 10013

Get that 35mm film look with this ever-popular still camera that shoots HD video, complete with stellar image quality, adjustable frame rates and customizable manual settings. Compare the full frame Canon 5D with the crop frame 7D, practice dual system audio, and take your creativity to new heights with Canon EF/EF-S mount lenses. Get ready to use...

$275

2 sessions

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Essentials of Film Acting 110

at Acting School for Film and Television - Midtown
150 West 46th St 7th Floor, Buzzer 6, New York, New York 10036

Important: This course is for New Students only. For Returning Students, please proceed to this course. Only New Students can avail of these promotional prices. Clients cannot purchase a 2nd 3-Part class for $99. We will not be able to warrant promotional price purchases for returning students. --- This is an on-camera class that stresses acting...

Wednesday Oct 10th, 6:15pm

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Introduction to Storyboard Art

at Fashion Institute of Technology - Chelsea
227 W 27th St, New York, New York 10001

Learn the art and craft of storyboarding critical to expressing narrative ideas for organizing shots, frames, and images for commercials, film, TV, and theater. Being able to express concepts through thumbnail sketches for styling, character development, and costume design as well as animation and digital projects is a professional enhancement and...

$140

5 sessions

Tuesday Oct 2nd, 6pm

Crash Course: Developing Film

at BKC Brooklyn Central - Gowanus
Gowanus Darkroom 119 8th St Ste 212, Brooklyn, New York 11215

There's nothing quite like good black-and-white film for smooth continuous tone and unmistakable vibe. Whether you're a recent acquaintance or long-time lover of analog, you'll probably want to learn the fascinating physical process of developing your own black-and-white film.  Through careful selection and manipulation of chemistry, you can...

Digital Cinematography

at DCTV - TriBeCa
87 Lafayette St, New York, New York 10013

Digital Cinematography presents the big picture of lighting and camera work in the context of a project or set. Experiment with composition to decide which framing and depth of field works best for the style, scene, and genre you wish to shoot. Learn additional advanced manual image control techniques on the Sony FS700, and practice key shooting...

$325

4 sessions

Directing Techniques for Film

at Imeldaoreilly - Chelsea
134 W 29th St 2nd Fl, New York, New York 10001

This workshop is ideal for actors, writers or corporate people who want to get creative. Material covered will include how to develop a point of view, learning the visual language of cinema and the technical tools and craft it takes to direct a film. We will look at film clips and analyze material in addition to covering 180 degree rule and elements...

$325

4 sessions

Monday Oct 1st, 6:30pm

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Feature Film/TV Intensive with Rachel Goldman

at Actors Connection New York - Hell's Kitchen
630 9th Ave Ste 1410, New York, New York 10036

For this one night intensive, Rachel will select sides based on your picture and resume which you will be emailed and prepare 1-2 days in advance. She will start off with an informative Q & A followed by your presentation of the scene with a reader ON-CAMERA in a group. Be prepared to take feedback and adjustments. Scenes will be recorded...

Thursday Sep 27th, 7pm

Directing the Independent Film: Prep Is Everything

at Made in NY Media Center by IFP - DUMBO
30 John St, Brooklyn, New York 11201

Pre-production is the key to directing. This class will cover the preparation necessary to direct a film, including both “logistical prep” — from building the credibility to prove you’re capable of executing your vision and making a successful film, to putting together the team that can help you excel — as well as the actual creative process...

Sunday Sep 23rd, 10am

Mabel Normand and Sailors' Snug Harbor

at Noble Maritime Collection - Randall Manor
1000 Richmonde Terrace Building D, Staten Island, New York 10301

Join us for a fascinating look at the life of silent film actress Mabel Normand, who is famous for her roles alongside Charlie Chaplin and Roscoe “Fatty” Arbuckle in the late 1910s through the 1920s. A Staten Islander, her father Claude was a master carpenter and stage designer at Sailors’ Snug Harbor, and their family lived in a house on Tysen...

Thursday Sep 27th, 7pm

On-Camera TV/Film Intensive with Alexis Atkinson

at Actors Connection New York - Hell's Kitchen
630 9th Ave Ste 1410, New York, New York 10036

Full Course Name: On-Camera TV/Film Intensive with Alexis Atkinson, Jonathan Strauss Casting For this event, Alexis will have received your headshots and resumes and cast you in a scene which you will receive 1-2 days in advance. You'll start off with a Q&A and then she'll begin working with you with a reader on camera in a group format. Be prepared...

Sunday Sep 30th, 11am

DIY Distribution and Festival Strategies

at Made in NY Media Center by IFP - DUMBO
30 John St, Brooklyn, New York 11201

With distribution, marketing, and festival opportunities emerging and shifting with unprecedented speed, filmmakers need to develop a strategy for their films that is built upon the concepts of change and flexibility.  This workshop will explore the current landscape and help filmmakers develop a plan for their films that not only reflects the...

$150

3 sessions

Thursday Oct 18th, 6:30pm

Richard III on Film

at 92nd Street Y - Upper East Side
1395 Lexington Ave, New York, New York 10128

Charismatic evil doers have always been crowd-pleasers and few are as fascinating as Shakespeare’s Richard III. He declares “I am determined to prove a villain,” yet he manages to seduce and entangle other characters and perhaps the audience in his wickedness. This course will consider three brilliant film versions of the play — Laurence...

$160

4 sessions

Tuesday Oct 16th, 10am

Green Screen

at DCTV - TriBeCa
87 Lafayette St, New York, New York 10013

Master the fundamentals in chroma keying to create backgrounds, effects, characters and cinematic elements. In this workshop, you will set up, light and shoot a brief scene with a green screen background, then import your footage to key in alternative backgrounds using Premiere. Technically awesome movie-making magic! Topics include: Setting up...

Friday Nov 2nd, 11am

We Are What We Fear: Monsters and Horror Films

at Brooklyn Brainery - Prospect Heights
190 Underhill Ave, Brooklyn, New York 11238

Monsters are synonymous with horror films. They explore the otherworldly, the supernatural and all manners of things that go "bump-in-the-night."  The things we fear have greatly shifted over time and this shift is clearly shown in horror cinema and is exemplified in the monsters that are meant to terrify. Join us for an exploration...

Thursday Oct 18th, 8:30pm