Mobile Phone Filmmaking: 24 Frames 24 Hours
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|Fri 20 Jul ’12, 9:00am–4:00pm||
|Sat 21 Jul ’12, 4:00pm–6:00pm||
Where: AUT University, 55 Wellesley Street East, Auckland
- Regular: $180.00
- Student: $90.00
- Booking fees may apply
Event listed by: Marker
Be inspired through mobile filmmaking.
Up to 20 local filmmakers and film enthusiasts will have the chance to be part of a global cinematic experiment. In this mobile filmmaking workshop participants will make a short two minute mobile film about their favourite place in and around town.
“24 Frames 24 Hours is a global film portraying our cities through new viewpoints and angles. How do you explore Auckland through the lens of a mobile phone and show the world what this place mean to you?’ – Max Schleser.
This workshop is open to novice and experienced film makers who will be introduced to the pan-global concept of 24 Frames 24 Hours, a collaborative mobile-mentary (mobile documentary) before taking it to the streets of Auckland.
The first day will start with the project briefing, before discussing concepts of non-linear visual narratives and shooting for the small screen. Max will then cover Mobile-mentary (Mobile Documentary) from the Keitai aesthetic to mobile filmmaking 2.0, mobile aesthetics, and then it’s time to go out and shoot! The day will end with a personal session with Max to discuss your ideas and what you’ve filmed.
Day two covers production and editing, you will have two hours to make the final two minute film with one-on-one time with Max to further your understanding. This workshop is aimed at Filmmakers, artists, designers, film enthusiasts, and students.
Workshop developed by Max Schleser for Marker creative workshops.
‘Mobile Phone Filmmaking: 24 Frames 24 Hours’ is organised in association with IE2012, the 8th Australasian Conference on Interactive Entertainment.