Independent Film Arizona - Tucson
"The Invisible Art of Editing"
Tuesday, June 6th at 7 PM
Art Institute of Tucson
5099 E Grant Rd, Tucson, AZ 85719
Open to the public
This interactive workshop is an overview of the principles and aesthetics of editing.
Taking a quick look at the history, this class explores the Hidden Art of Editing. Editing impacts the rhythm, tone, pace and style of your film or video. Great editing can make a film great – and weak editing can undermine the best projects. Come try your hand at "paper editing" a simple sequence and see how just changing the order (or length) of one shot can change the meaning and message of a scene.
Genie Joseph, PhD – Producer/Director – Former ABC staff Producer/Director, winner of International film awards and host of her own TV and Radio talk show in Honolulu.
The fearless IFA documentarians meet June 7th 6-8pm, Southern Arizona Media Studio. 911 South Tyndall Ave, #7, Tucson
The Independent Film Arizona Documentary Group
will be providing a workshop on
"The Business Basics of Documentary Film Making"
Date: June 3, 2017 from 1:00-5:00 p.m. on
Location: The Railyard at 610 South Park Avenue, Tucson, AZ 85719
Cost: $5.00 admission (please bring cash or check)
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Speaker: Eric Schumaker
Eric Schumacher is an award winning and critically acclaimed
Actor/Director/Producer with a rapidly growing fan base and a
steadily growing list of successful film, local and national
television and multimedia projects.
Topics: Contracts, business structures, intellectual property issues, and limiting your risk. A basic introduction from a producer's viewpoint.
Speaker: Frances Causey
Frances Causey is a journalist and documentary filmmaker. Ms. Causey began her career with CNN. She has produced several feature length documentaries for television and theatrical release. Her latest documentary THE LONG SHADOW, which recently won the 2016 San Francisco session of the prestigious CINE PitchFest Presented by A&E. Frances sits on the Board of the Arizona Center for Investigative Journalism.
Topics: Funding all stages of your film from pre-production to distribution and extending its shelf life.
Disclaimer: Presenters are not Attorneys. These presentations should not be taken as legal advice but as a general informational presentation.
Learn more about independent film in Arizona and be involved! We offer educational monthly meetings with experts in the film industry - and it's a great opportunity to network with industry professionals.
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