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Re_Edit. La lingua del montaggio

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Re_Edit. La lingua del montaggio
Il re-editing può essere un ottimo laboratorio di sperimentazione ed affinamento del linguaggio audio-visivo per eccellenza: il montaggio.

a cura di Paolo Santagostino

DATE: dal 31 gennaio 2022 (chiusura iscrizioni 17 gennaio 2022)

DESCRIZIONE

Non è un caso che Premiere Pro, che si colloca esattamente al centro tra il "nonno" Avid ed il "figliol prodigo" Da Vinci, sia non solo da parecchi anni uno dei principali protagonisti assoluti della produzione audio-visiva mondiale ma abbia anche meritato l'attenzione da parte di alcuni dei più importanti professionisti del montaggio cinematografico. Primo fra tutti Walter Murch, montatore di capolavori della storia del cinema come Apocalypse Now ed autore di uno dei più importanti libri sul montaggio come In un batter d'occhi che in questi ultimi anni, durante le sue masterclass, ha spiegato i motivi che lo hanno spinto a passare da Avid a Premiere, non solo per l'evoluzione altamente professionale, costante ed esponenziale del software in sé ma anche per il continuo dialogo che i programmatori di Premiere mantengono e sviluppano con i Montatori stessi.

Con questo Atelier avrete l'opportunità di andare "a bottega" con un docente di montaggio della Civica Scuola di Cinema Luchino Visconti di Milano, che insegna Premiere da 7 anni e che da 20 lavora professionalmente nel campo dell'audio-visivo.
Naturalmente non ci rivogliamo solo a futuri studenti della Civica ma anche a tutti quei professionisti (od aspiranti tali) che sia nel pubblico che nel privato, vogliano rendere solide le proprie conoscenze di Premiere Pro e del linguaggio stesso del montaggio

Impareremo a conoscere e ri-conoscere i codici principali di questo linguaggio sperimentando con Premiere, cercando di piegarlo a nuovi scopi, non solo artistici, propri della nostra epoca.

PROGRAMMA

Scrive Andrej Tarkovskij nel suo libro Scolpire il Tempo: “Immagino così il modo ideale di fare un film: l’autore prende milioni di metri di pellicola (o milioni di ore registrate digitalmente su centinaia di Hard Disk) sulla quale, di seguito, secondo dopo secondo, giorno dopo giorno e anno dopo anno è stata seguita e fissata, per esempio, la vita di un uomo dalla nascita fino alla morte, e da tutto ciò, per mezzo del montaggio, tira fuori un'ora e mezzo di tempo sullo schermo […] e sarebbe interessante anche immaginare questi milioni di minuti passare per le mani di diversi registi/montatori in modo che ciascuno ne tragga il proprio film: quanto ognuno differirebbe dall’altro!”

Tarkovskij scriveva questo nei primi anni ‘70 e parlava di film. Allo stesso modo questa “provocazione” artistica può essere valida ancora oggi nell’epoca digitale non solo per i film di “finzione” ma anche per il documentario e/o per il cosiddetto “Cinema del Reale”, in generale per un qualsiasi reportage video, anche piccolo.

Benché nella realtà sia impossibile ottenere questi milioni di ore di girato, questa condizione di lavoro “ideale” non è così irreale e a essa si può e si deve tendere. In che senso? Si tratta di scegliere e di unire brani di fatti in successione, sapendo, vedendo e sentendo esattamente che cosa si trova fra loro, che genere di continuità li collega.

Attraverso la scelta di un argomento e di materiale reperibile sul web di tale argomento proveremo a montare e “ri-montare” dal blocco del tempo che racchiude le principali riprese da noi scelte attinenti all’argomento un nostro prodotto che riesca ad esprimere, attraverso l’arte del montaggio, la nostra personale visione dell’argomento scelto.

Non dimentichiamo che questa tecnica può essere utilizzata non solo dall'artista/regista ma per esempio anche dal conferenziere che voglia implementare l’esposizione di una sua relazione, dall'insegnante che voglia coinvolgere maggiormente i propri allievi nelle sue lezioni, dagli stessi studenti che vogliano rendere più performanti e multimediali i loro elaborati o tesi.

Programma per temi

  • Generalità del montaggio
  • Le regole della continuità
  • Gli schemi di montaggio
  • Editing e cutting
  • I raccordi
  • Organizzazione performante media
  • Capacità di osservazione riprese
  • Abilità nella selezione giusto take
  • Accurata scelta IN ed OUT
  • Precisione nell'accostare due tagli
  • Equilibrio e ritmo del montaggio
  • Giusto bilanciamento audio, suoni e musiche
  • Color correction, grade, titoli, mix audio ed export

Requisiti minimi richiesti agli studenti (dotazione tecnica)

  • PC o Mac con installato Adobe Premiere Pro (definitivo o trial di un mese)
  • 8-16 gb di memoria
  • Wifi con buona connessione
  • Account Google per usare Google Docs
  • Consigliato l’uso di un monitor esterno aggiuntivo, specialmente se si usa un portatile.

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30 ORE
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€ 350,00
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Civica Scuola di Cinema Luchino Visconti
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INFORMAZIONI E CONTATTI corsibrevicinema@fondazionemilano.eu

Coordinatore del Corso: Stefano Anselmi
EMAIL stefano.anselmi@scmmi.it

Online Workshop: Video editing and storytelling basics

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VIDEO EDITING AND STORYTELLING BASICS

Online workshop in three parts by Ralitsa Kamenova (23, 24 and 25.07.2020)
Enroll until 21th July, 2020. Availability is limited to 10 participants.
https://worldof.co/online-residency/#video-editing-workshop
Participation Fee: 30 EUR for the 3 sessions

Via structured sessions with examples and discussion this course will help you to communicate your ideas appropriately not only in video, but in general. You’ll get a sense of what are the basic rules and how you can experiment with them, or even break them.

Part 1: The Basics of Storytelling - lecture with discussion
23rd July | 16:00 UTC
Duration: 1 Hour
Sometimes an ambitious visual vision for your project isn’t enough. So how do you communicate this vision to your viewers? Discussing the very essential and crucial moments in storytelling as well as the basic techniques used in films.

Part 2: The Language of Cinema
24th July | 16:00 UTC
Duration: 1 Hour
Films and video art happen to be universal. Everyone around the globe should be able to understand the story you want to tell them. This is why we need to learn how to speak the Language of Cinema, so that one day we’ll write poems in it. As a language that consists of visuals, we’ll touch upon its different components such as cinematography, editing, sound and music,etc. How are these components helping us communicate the story better?

Part 3: Expanded cinema
25th July | 16:00 UTC
Duration: 1 Hour
After we’ve created a sense for traditional films, it’s time to take a look into the experimental ones. When we know all the basic rules of how films work, then we’re ready to break or even bend those rules. How a need for experimentation with films changed the face of cinema? Who are the people that were at the core of the modern video art and experimental films?

*After making the payment, you will receive confirmation e-mail with a private link for Zoom – where the session will be held.

Ralitsa Kamenova | Film Editor & Photographer, Bulgaria
Ralitsa Kamenova is a Bulgarian film editor and photographer. In her work, Ralitsa is always interested in documenting what surrounds us and likes to explore controversial stories in conversation with the audience. She has edited short films, documentaries, music videos, and commercials.

https://www.instagram.com/ralitsakamenova/

WOC Lecture Series is initiative with online lectures, workshops and moderated discussions, taught by artists, organized by World of Co Artist Residency.
World of Co Artist Residency is multidisciplinary program, established in 2017 and based in Sofia, Bulgaria. Until now the residency hosted more than 100 artist from all around the world.This May WOC launched their first Online Artist Residency Program.

https://worldof.co/online-residency/

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Three days
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July, 2020
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30 euro

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Website: www.worldof.co
Facebook: www.facebook.com/worldofco
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/worldofcoresidency

Documentary Film with Jennifer Peedom

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CAMP is a residential arts facility in the French Pyrenees. It's a place where great art is made, new movements are formed, new ideas are explored and groundbreaking people are nurtured. CAMP is located in Aulus les Bains, the last village before the France/Spain Pyrenean frontier chain. The location is spectacular - we are nestled at 750m above sea level, surrounded by snowcapped peaks over 3000m high, ancient forests and cascading waterfalls. There are eagles, lammergeiers, vultures, ibex and bears. Walk out of the residency, and within ten minutes you are completely alone in one of the most beautiful mountain landscapes in Europe. Aulus les Bains is also a spa village - there are hot water springs, and a thermal spa in the village to take advantage of the healing and relaxing properties of the water.
    
Workshop dates: 07/04/2021 - 11/04/2021
    
Mountain filmmaking has exploded in the last decade - not just in popularity, but also in style, focus and scope. The well-told story of human vs. nature on the hostile mountain, with human returning enlightened, has been replaced by more nuanced conversations about human interaction with mountains; documentaries on environmental issues, social and humanitarian causes, poetic studies of landscape and more.

This workshop will combine the epic backdrop of the Haute Pyrenees mountains with the expertise of one of the most acclaimed directors of mountain documentary film working today, Jennifer Peedom. We will work through every aspect of documentary filmmaking, from story to sound to camera, towards the production of a short piece of documentary footage. Working out in the epic landscape as well as here at our excellent facilities, we will explore the mountains, delve into the histories and lore of the region and its people, and absorb the stories and visual beauty of this extraordinary place.

Over five full days, we will cover:

  • The importance of story structure - character, conflict, stakes. Using diverse examples from Jan's cinematic output, we will work through a wide variety of  different styles of storytelling
  • The Art of Interview - we will explore the technical side of interview, before going out into the field and gathering spoken histories. For those not interested in interview, we will explore incorporation of poetry or other spoken text into documentary work.
  • Shooting the film - starting with basic technical discussion and description of techniques, we will progress to exploring and shooting the location.
  • Sound & music - we will explore the basics of sound and music, and how they enhance drama and image. This will include practical field recording sessions out in the landscape.
  • Editing - we will be joined by Christian Gazal, who edited Sherpa and Mountain, for a day of focused tuition on putting it all together.

Jennifer Peedom is a BAFTA nominated Australian filmmaker, known for her intimate and compassionate portraits documenting stories from the epic to the everyday, often in extreme situations. An experienced climber, Jen has worked as a high altitude director on several expeditions including Discovery Channel's six-part series "Everest - Beyond the Limit", and her credits include the internationally renowned documentaries "Miracle on Everest" and "Solo", the story of Andrew McAuley's attempted solo kayak crossing from Tasmania to New Zealand.

Jen has developed a strong friendship with Sherpa people over almost two decades of working in the Himalayas - connections which were key in the production of her 2015 film "Sherpa". Centred around Phurba Tashi, a Sherpa who has made 21 Everest ascents, the film explores Sherpa culture and their spiritual relationship with the mountain, as well as the heavy work and risks Sherpas take in making multiple ascents to take equipment and supplies up the mountain and make the climb possible for foreign climbers (the film tragically witnesses the 2014 Everest avalanche). "Sherpa" won the 2015 Grierson Award for Best Documentary at the BFI London Film Festival, premiered internationally at the Telluride Film Festival, screened at Toronto Film Festival and received a BAFTA nomination in 2016 for Best Documentary.

In 2017 Jen directed "Mountain", a collaboration the Australian Chamber Orchestra with script by Robert Macfarlane, narrated by Willem Dafoe. "Mountain" explores high peaks around the world, revealing the relationship between humans and mountains across time. It screened theatrically in 27 countries and went on to become the highest grossing (non-IMAX) Australian documentary of all time, also winning 3 AACTA (Australian Academy Awards) in 2018.

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5 full days, 6 nights
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April, 2021
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The workshop costs €1299, inclusive of accommodation, excellent food and drinks (all diets catered for), transport from Toulouse and all activities. Grants, bursaries and discounts available, see www.campfr.com/funding

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CAMP, Rue Principale, Aulus les Bains, 09140 France

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SO YOU WANNA BE AN ACTOR

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SO YOU WANNA BE AN ACTOR? 

Are you an aspiring or new actor that's looking to build a professional acting career? Are you looking for assistance in:

KNOWING WHAT SKILLS TO STUDY

RESUME BUILDING

MARKETING

FINDING YOUR OWN GIGS

ATTRACTING AN AGENT

TAKING THE RIGHT HEADSHOT

if so, this workshop is for you. Come out to, So You Wanna Be An Actor? on Saturday, October 12th, 2019 at 1:00 pm. The class is instructed by theatrical, film, new media & voice over Casting Director & Acting Coach, Ms. Bonnie Pettiford, and will be held at Beltline Studios Atl in Norcross, GA. At the conclusion of the workshop there will be a headshot coaching session, where all attendees will receive a digital copy of their best photo taken by a professional photographer. 

So You Wanna Be An Actor? will be part one of a MONTHLY workshop series, So You Wanna Be..., The workshop series will center around various industry disciplines and standards required for success.

REGISTER ON EVENTBRITE

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/so-you-wanna-be-an-actor-tickets-73599824055?aff=utm_source%3Deb_email%26utm_medium%3Demail%26utm_campaign%3Dnew_event_email&utm_term=eventurl_text

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2 1/2 hours
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October, 2019
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$45

CINEMATIC VR WORKSHOP @GHENT FILM FESTIVAL

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#offline #online #workshop - Have you ever wanted to learn how to craft your own compelling, immersive #VRfilm? Garage Stories Ghent is your opportunity to co-create a VR piece and exhibit it at Film Fest Gent October 11th to 20th!

The course is organized by the Silicon Valley-based filmmaking lab Garage Stories - XR content Lab an VRTL, a cutting edge online educational & editorial platform that provides the latest courses for all things Cinematic VR!

Together we are organizing a 1 month hands on cinematic VR course to produce 4 VR pieces to be exhibited at Film Fest Gent October 11th to 20th!

Prior to starting the offline workshop this September, participants will get access to VRTL’s online courses to gain insights into the workflow of VR filmmaking, giving them the best of both worlds. 

Learn more here: https://lnkd.in/dbGp-Dm

#filmmaking #360video #vr #storytelling #cinematicVR #garagestories

The course is supported by Mediarte (Social Fund of the audiovisual sector in Belgium) and VAF (Flemish Fund for Audiovisual), who will provide a lower rate for flemish filmmakers.

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September 20th - October 12th
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GHENT CITY

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hello@welaff.com

DSLR Video

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This one day or three evening DSLR Video course is aimed at complete beginners who own a DSLR Camera and want to maximise the video capabilities of the camera. Participants are not required to have any prior knowledge of photography.

The course is set in a classroom environment and participants are taught theory, supported by creative practical exercises both inside and outdoors.

Each participant will learn how to fully operate their Video DSLR, the various shooting modes, the photographic principles behind creating video and will be introduced to the basic principles of videography.
 
Course Content:
Understanding the camera

Setting up the camera for video
Camera buttons / functions
Menus
Manual exposure
Aperture
Shutter speed
Light meter
ISO
 
Shooting Techniques
Depth of field
Pull focus
White balance
Audio
Shooting techniques / handling the camera
 
Advanced techniques
Framing and composition
Colour profiles
Media Codecs / Video Files
Transferring footage to a computer
Advice on Editing and Softwares
Memory cards (which are best for video)
Publishing video to Youtube / Vimeo
 
The Shoot
Location shooting
One-on-one assistance
Demonstrating learned skills
Demonstration of pro equipment (shoulder rig / follow focus)
 
Requirements: Digital SLR Camera with video capabilities, spare battery, minimum 8GB memory card.

Don't have your own DSLR camera?
If you don't have your own Digital SLR camera then there's no need to worry. You can hire one of ours for £15 per day. Send us an email for more details - info@photographycourselondon.com

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10.30 - 17.00
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£179

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Photography Course London
7 Printing House Yard
Hackney Road
London
E2 7PR

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info@photographycourselondon.com
020 7729 1936

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