RED Camera Workshop
$50 For Students enrolled in high school, college, or university
Locaton: Pound Studios in Capitol Hill
Created in partnership by Reel Grrls, Northwest Film Forum, and Blanket Fort Films.
Enjoy an advanced camera class designed for emerging filmmakers and those transitioning to RED camera workflows, and taught through a feminist lens. Learn the basics of the Red Epic X and its workflow. You’ll see how the camera package is built on set, then will participate in hands-on instruction to learn about lenses, camera composition, and on set norms and practices for working in the camera department on film productions.
Minimum age to attend is 17, there is no maximum age. This is the first in a series of production intensives being offered this fall for emerging filmmakers. Those age 17-26 who complete all the workshops will be eligible to join RGPro, a production company that produces broadcast-quality media for nonprofit organizations, local businesses, and institutions.
Brody Willis is a Seattle-based cinematographer and motion picture lighting technician with over ten years experience in the local film industry. They are also the Executive Director of Blanket Fort Films, a nonprofit film production company that provides underrepresented filmmakers with free access to motion picture education and equipment, and have taught film and video classes for Northwest Film Forum, Three Dollar Bill Cinema, Tasveer, Cornish College, The Art Institute, Digital Media Academy, Reel Queer Youth; and the Blanket Fort Films Motion Picture Program, which they personally designed and administer. Brody enjoys sharing the knowledge to successfully produce and complete a film.