CINEMATOGRAPHY

MODULE 3 - CINEMATOGRAPHY

The two week Cinematography summer program introduces students to the fundamentals of visual storytelling and the technical aspects of filmmaking. Students learn through lectures and ‘hands-on’ practical workshops about photography, film, video, lighting and sound, from early cinema to contemporary film technologies.

While the lectures explain the science or narrative purpose of a technique, the ‘hands-on’ workshops give students an opportunity to practice their camera operating skills with a variety of cameras, to learn the essentials of lighting, and to develop their skills as practical filmmakers.

JULY 16th to 27th (2 WEEKS - 48 hours of class)

ALL CLASSES TAKE PLACE FROM MONDAY AFTERNOON TO FRIDAY AFTERNOON

THE CINEMATOGRAPHY MODULE INCLUDES LECTURES AND PRACTICAL WORKSHOPS

WEEK 1 :

3 Cinematography Lecture classes (3 hours each – 9 hours total)
3 Camera Workshops (3 hours each – 9 hours total)
1 Sound and Audio recording Lecture (3 hours)
1 Sound and Audio recording Workshop (3 hours)

WEEK 2 :

1 Cinematography Lecture class (3 hours)
1 Lighting Workshop (3 hours)
2 Camera Workshops (3 hours each – 6 hours total)
3 Video Editing Workshops (3 hours each – 9 hours total)
Screening of Edited Videos and Final Workshop (3 hours)

SUMMER PROGRAMS