The Cinematic Arts Filmcraft Workshop Series will resume in Fall 2022, starting Friday September 9th and running through Saturday, October 22nd.  Each workshop will be held twice, each Friday and again on Saturday, at 10am.  All workshops are held in the Cinematic Arts Film Studio, Room 232 Rubenstein Arts Center.  No registration is required, come as you are.

Filmcraft Workshops

The Cinematic Arts Filmcraft Workshop Series gives students the opportunity to learn hard skills and advance their ability in practical areas of filmmaking, such as cinematography, editing, post-production, and sound.  The workshops run for six weeks, starting Friday, September 9th.  Each workshop is offered twice, on Friday afternoon and the following Saturday morning.  No experience or registration is required.

The Cinematic Arts Filmcraft Camera Guides which accompany the workshops are provided as links at the end of this page.

Workshops

Camera Systems and Camera Operation
10am September 9th
10am September 10th
Cinematic Arts Film Studio, Rubenstein Arts Center 232

A look at modern camera systems and the art and craft of camera operating for motion picture photography.

Camera Support and Movement
10am September 16th
10am September 17th
Cinematic Arts Film Studio, Rubenstein Arts Center 232

Hands-on with the machinery and techniques of camera movement.

Film Lighting 1 - Strategy and Techniques
10am September 23rd
10am September 24th
Cinematic Arts Film Studio, Rubenstein Arts Center 232

Demonstration and hands-on with the practical, on-set techniques of cinematic lighting.

Film Lighting 2 - Fixtures and Gripping
10am September 30th
10am October 1st
Cinematic Arts Film Studio, Rubenstein Arts Center 232

Introducing the requisite skills and equipment of cinema lighting.

Editing and Post-Production Tools
10am October 14th
10am October 15th
Cinematic Arts Film Studio, Rubenstein Arts Center 232

A mad rush through the complications of modern post-production workflow.

Location Sound Recording
10am October 21st
10am October 22nd
Cinematic Arts Film Studio, Rubenstein Arts Center 232

On the machinery and techniques of location sound recording.
 

Camera Guides

Sony FS5 Sony A73 Sony A7SII Sony A6500 Sony A6300 BMPCC Panasonic DVX200 Canon 80D Canon 60D Canon 7D

Contact:

Steve Milligan
sam68@duke.edu