FASI Bootcamp: Digital Filmmaking
Jul 9, 2012 to Jul 20, 2012
Digital creation tools are becoming commonplace and your own interaction with them probably began many years ago. It's the organization of ideas and how they are executed using these rapidly-changing tools that separates amateur film and video production from their professional counterparts.
This two-week intensive, designed for high school and university students, will demonstrate the care, patience and skills needed to take your film projects to the next level.
Workshop leader Rafal Sokolowski is a film and theatre director, actor and teacher working professionally in Canada and Europe. His work has been exhibited worldwide and is supported by the Canada Council for the Arts, Ontario Arts Council, National Film Board of Canada and Bravo!FACT. The founder of Blind Dog Films, his credits include the short films Lightchasers (2007), starring Brent Carver, which premiered at the Los Angeles International Film Festival, and Three Mothers (2010), starring Kristin Booth, a Worldwide Short Film Festival hit.
Fine Arts Summer Intensive (FASI) is a series of creative experiential workshops for high school and university students, emerging professionals and educators, offered by the Faculty of Fine Arts at York University. From two-day training sessions to three-week boot camps, FASI offers intensive experiences in dance, design, film, music, theatre and visual arts designed to whip you into creative shape!
FASI is supported by York University's Academic Innovation Fund.
|Location:||Centre for Film and Theatre, York University, 4700 Keele St. Toronto|
|Sponsor:||Faculty of Fine Arts|
|Posted by:||Derek Gingrich|