Weekend Script-to-Screen Boot Camp
Offered by the Digital Filmmaking Institute,
Producers of the Duke City Shootout and the new Ecologue EnCom
WHAT: A weekend of film-making, the whole process, from
script to screen. On Saturday, learn and build – set building, set dressing,
grip & lighting, make-up and more. Taught by film professionals (Local IATSE 480) with years
of experience. On Sunday, our on
set mentors will guide you through the shooting our movie. And as if that
weren't exciting enough, our script involves a stunt or two so we'll have a
stunt coordinator on set.
HOW MUCH: It's FREE thanks to a
grant from the City of Albuquerque Urban Enhancement Trust Fund. However, space
is limited so register EARLY! This boot camp is
intended for those 18 years and older.
WHEN: Saturday and Sunday,
April 21 and April 22, 2012.
WHAT'S GOING TO HAPPEN:
11:00: The Big Picture with Grubb Graebner and John Grace
Workflow, set safety and etiquette
The all-important Camera (basic operation, framing shots)
5:00: Choose Track 1 or Track 2
Art department with Wendy Barnes
and build the sets, dress the sets, set the props
Hair, makeup, costuming with Liz Marshall
the actors to look right for their roles
Grip & Lighting with John Grace
up those sets!
having had breakfast, appropriately attired for a day of shooting a movie. Lunch and
light snacks provided. Those with special dietary needs should bring their own
lunch. Bring a refillable water bottle to keep hydrated. We'll provide the
water for refills. On set mentors: John Grace (Grip & Lighting), Wendy Barnes (Production Design/Art Department),
Liz Marshall (Makeup, Costuming), John Simmons (Sound) & more. On set stunt coordinator: Ed Duran.
REGISTER: Sign up here: Boot Camp Registration.