Past Workshop Descriptions

Introduction to Independent Filmmaking (In Person)

NOTE: It is recommended that participants wear a mask for all in-person workshops.

This lecture-based course gives participants an overview of all the stages involved in independent filmmaking for non-union productions and is a must for beginning directors and producers. Learn about the writing process, planning your workflow, prepping for your shoot, crewing up, the fundamentals of production, the importance of cinematography and quality sound recording, getting all your shots, how to approach editing and the many options for finishing and exhibiting your film. This workshop is a general overview for new filmmakers and a great starting point for your filmmaking education.

NOTE: This is a foundational course and is necessary as a prerequisite for many of our workshops.

Past Instructors: Shenaz Baksh, Lina Rodríguez, Brad Deane, Sofia Bohdanowicz, Kazik Radwanski & Meelad Moaphi
Location: 1137 Dupont Street, Toronto, Ontario M6H 2A3
Category: Introduction to Filmmaking
Maximum Capacity: 12
8 hours of instruction in 2 parts$125 /member$150 /nonmember

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