First Cut Filmmaking Workshop

06:30 PM - 09:30 PM

Prayogshala, 17, Suhasnagar Society, B/H Sales India , B/H Prabhudas Jadiya Jewellers, Ashram Road, Ahmedabad, India 380009

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2018-06-16 18:30:00 2018-06-16 21:30:00 Asia/Kolkata First Cut Filmmaking Workshop

For the first time in Ahmedabad, a detailed One Month Filmmaking Workshop (Weekends only) conducted by the Experts of the craft & designed to expose the participants to all the nuances of filmmaking, theoretically as well as practically.

Mentors –
Saandeep Patel – Scripting & Direction
Sreekumar Nair – Cinematography
Manan Bhatt – Editing
Sachin Dave – Production Design & Overall Flow.

Duration – 4 Weekends beginning from 16th June – 08th July (Every Saturday 06.30 PM – 09.30 PM | Every Sunday 10.00 AM – 08.00 PM)

“Making a Film is like a battle & Filmmaking is a battleground.”‘
Join in to learn from those who have proved their mettle on the battleground.

More Details – 7990362320 | 8648888848

What will you learn & know –

-How the world of cinema has evolved over the past 100 years
-Understanding of Film Genres and Storytelling
-Film direction, with and without actors
-Structuring a Story
-Screenplay writing
-Script/Scene breakdown
-Shot division according to the script
-People, and their involvement in each department
-Various types of Cameras & Lenses
-Cameras and their use
-Various Shot Sizes
-Various Shot Angles
-Shooting a Montage
-Shooting a Sequence out of a series of shots
-Managing Audio from a Camera
-Editing tools
-Editing a Montage with Audio
-Editing a Sequence with Audio
-Correct use of Transitions
-Correct use of Titles
-Production Management and Execution
-Cost saving and Cost cutting
-Getting Shoot Permits
-Crowd management
-Equipment booking
-Artist management & lastly but most importantly
-Time Management.

LIMITED SEATS, JOIN NOW !!

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Prayogshala, 17, Suhasnagar Society, B/H Sales India , B/H Prabhudas Jadiya Jewellers, Ashram Road, Ahmedabad, India 380009

Creativeyatra.com info@creativeyatra.com

For the first time in Ahmedabad, a detailed One Month Filmmaking Workshop (Weekends only) conducted by the Experts of the craft & designed to expose the participants to all the nuances of filmmaking, theoretically as well as practically.

Mentors –
Saandeep Patel – Scripting & Direction
Sreekumar Nair – Cinematography
Manan Bhatt – Editing
Sachin Dave – Production Design & Overall Flow.

Duration – 4 Weekends beginning from 16th June – 08th July (Every Saturday 06.30 PM – 09.30 PM | Every Sunday 10.00 AM – 08.00 PM)

“Making a Film is like a battle & Filmmaking is a battleground.”‘
Join in to learn from those who have proved their mettle on the battleground.

More Details – 7990362320 | 8648888848

What will you learn & know –

-How the world of cinema has evolved over the past 100 years
-Understanding of Film Genres and Storytelling
-Film direction, with and without actors
-Structuring a Story
-Screenplay writing
-Script/Scene breakdown
-Shot division according to the script
-People, and their involvement in each department
-Various types of Cameras & Lenses
-Cameras and their use
-Various Shot Sizes
-Various Shot Angles
-Shooting a Montage
-Shooting a Sequence out of a series of shots
-Managing Audio from a Camera
-Editing tools
-Editing a Montage with Audio
-Editing a Sequence with Audio
-Correct use of Transitions
-Correct use of Titles
-Production Management and Execution
-Cost saving and Cost cutting
-Getting Shoot Permits
-Crowd management
-Equipment booking
-Artist management & lastly but most importantly
-Time Management.

LIMITED SEATS, JOIN NOW !!

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2019-03-22 14:00:00 2019-03-22 17:00:00 Asia/Kolkata Gond Painting Workshop

Gond paintings are a form of painting from folk and tribal art that is practised by one of the largest tribes in India with whom it shares its name. The word “Gond” comes from the Dravidian expression kond, meaning “the green mountain.”

Workshop Details :
– Learning traditional design under the guidance
– Required materials provided
– The Participants can take home their masterpiece created at workshop

 

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