CINEMATOGRAPHY

CINEMATOGRAPHY SUMMER PROGRAM IN PARIS

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 15th to 26th (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)

LOCATION :

The summer programs take place in our Paris premises, a 3000m2 fully equipped campus in the heart of Paris, close to the Eiffel tower and most major cultural locations.

SUMMER PROGRAMS