EDIT: Barry has a last-minute trip. I will be going ahead with the class, but we'll be limiting the atendees to 8 people, so as to still give everyone the personalized attention. Everything else remains the same, just one instructor and a smaller class.
WHEN: January 10th, 2010, 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
WHERE: CDIA Campus in Georgetown, Washington DC
HOW MUCH: $170 per student
HOW MANY: 12 student maximum, on a first-come first-served basis
WHO: Novice-Intermediate Filmmakers, or other video professionals looking to broaden their knowledge
Registration in advance is required - no walk-ins. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve your seat.
This is a one-day hands-on filmmaking class for novice to intermediate filmmakers with two of the premiere filmmakers/instructors in the DC area - Kevin Good and Barry Gribble. Kevin and Barry focus their classes on:
This class provides an overview of many of the basics of film production from concept to final cut. The main topics include:
Kevin and Barry's filmmaking resume is extensive:
Kevin and Barry are highly acclaimed instructors at Boston University's Center for Digital Imaging Arts (CDIA), where they teach a large range of week-long classes as part of the nine-month certificate program. They have also spoken on panels at the New York Television Festival and New York Comic Con on making your own television show, among others.
More information on CDIA: http://www.cdiabu.com/overview/washington-campus.php
see Kevin's Good's IMDB listing
see Barry Gribble's IMDB listing
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