Filmmaking Fundamentals: Post-Production (Winter 2024)
Filmmaking Fundamentals has a suggested registration fee of $400, however we do offer a sliding scale, pay-what-you-can model for those who need that option. We do offer a limited amount of scholarships for this program for communities which have historically been underrepresented in media. For more information, please email email@example.com
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This is a 7-week, entry-level workshop that will introduce students to the basics of post-production narrative workflows. Those with little to no experience are encouraged to join. This is will be a hands-on learning environment where you will be learning while you assemble your own short film.
WHAT TO EXPECT:
- Using footage that was filmed during Filmmaking Fundamentals: Narrative (Spring Quarter), participants will learn how to turn their footage into a film. Through hands-on workshops and demos participants will walk through the whole post-production process and edit a short film. Participants will learn how to log and ingest footage, editing techniques in Adobe Premiere Pro, motion graphic techniques in Adobe After Effects, post-production sound mixing, and post-production color correction.
- Participants will be given weekly access to our editing lab and will be able to work on their edits.
- Students will deliver their final projects and they will be screened in our theater.
- Feb 13 – Premiere Basics
- Feb 20 -Project Setup
- Feb 27 – Scene Assembly
- March 5 – Color Correction
- March 12 – Sound Mixing
- March 19 – Review Session
- March 26 – W.I.P. Screenings
All equipment, software and footage will be provided to students for this program, with the exception of storage. All participants will be required to bring their own external hard drive or storage device (1TB of space is recommended).
Tifa Tomb (she/her) is a local editor and director. She taught Film history and English for 9 years in the California Community College system. She was a top ten finalist of the Cinequest Storyteller Film Festival, and in the top three screenwriters of the Hollywood Black Film Festival. Locally, her film, Partygoers, was admitted to the 2017 Local Sightings Film festival. She is a member of the 2017 Oculus LaunchPad for 360 filmmaking, and she directed Retch, a short film.