Posted Saturday, June 8, 2013 at 06:43 AM
Seattle filmmaking classes - LET'S MAKE A MOVIE!
Nils Osmar, instructor This class is held on the University of Washington campus in Seattle It's sponsored by the UW's ASUW Experimental College and Classesandworkshops.com
Love movies? Want to learn more about how they're made, and (if you like), actually act in one? In this fun, fast moving seminar, now in its ninth year, we'll create and film a short independent movie, working together on the project. Students are free to act in the movie, and to help write or choose a script (anyone can try writing one; we'll vote to choose which one to produce).
You'll learn how movies are made, how to operate a camera, how to set up and assemble lowell tota lights and attach umbrellas to them, how to mark scenes for the camera with a slate, how to record audio, and more. The class is fun, informative, and at the end of the five weeks we'll have a wrap party, and students will receive a copy of the movie on DVD. The course is a fun introduction to the elements of both acting and filmmaking.
Related classes starting soon:
Film and Video Classes Class 301: Crash Course in Filmmaking Class 302: Let's Make a Movie Class 303: Documentary Filmmaking FAQ about our FILM and VIDEO CLASSES Seattle acting Classes About our Acting Classes (FAQ) Acting Class 001: BEGINNING ACTING Acting Class 002: LET'S MAKE A MOVIE Acting Class 003: EXPLORING CHARACTERS AND EMOTIONS Acting Class 004: AUDITIONING IN SEATTLE Acting Fundamentals Certificate