Kodak Film Lab Atlanta in conjunction with the Atlanta Film Society will host an introductory course on film cinematography.
Local Atlanta Cinematographers will be on hand to demonstrate film loading , camera operations, lighting and you will have the opportunity to actually film using 16mm Kodak Motion Picture Film. You will also have the experience to see film being processed and then transferred.
Here is an occasion to learn filmmaking from local filmmakers.
These 3 courses give an overview on commercials, plus tips and tricks on how to keep up in the fast-paced video advertising industry. Take a class individually, or save by signing up for all 3. Spots are limited, so register today to secure your seat.
The ANIMATION SHOW OF SHOWS returns to theaters across North America this fall, presenting 16 exceptional and inspiring animated shorts from around the world. At a time of increasing social instability and global anxiety about a range of issues, the works in this year’s show have a special resonance, presenting compelling ideas about our place in society and how we fit into the world.
Majority of media professionals love the arts, but forget about the importance of knowing the legal side of the business. So, why should they care about entertainment law?
With over 9.5 billion dollars in economic impact for 2017, Georgia has become one of the top filming locations in the world. The economic boom has created more entertainment jobs than ever before in the peach state. But the competition is fierce, and getting started in the industry can be a challenge if you don't know how and where to start. What are the basics you need to know? How do you get started on a career path? What do you need to apply for a job? How is a film resume different than a corporate one?
In this series of film classes, 20-year industry veteran, Producer Linda Burns, gives students the answers needed to begin their journey into the world of TV & Film. Register today to start your career on the right foot! Pick the film class that’s right for you, or save money by registering for all 3 classes together.
Basics of the business - development to sale, terminology, crew positions, definitions, and hierarchy. Overview of the film and television industry, including commercials, industrials, and music videos.
*This class is offered on multiple days: August 4th and December 1st
Entry level positions in all departments. Paths to different careers. How to transition from another industry. How and where to find work.