Upcoming motion film and video courses for 2016


FSD08 – Monoflex Experimental 16mm Black & White Film Workshop

1 day Workshop
November Course Dates: Saturday 18th
This course is a one-off opportunity to work with well known experimental filmmakers and artist from Australia Richard Tuohy & Dianna Barrie
This is a hands-on 16mm filmmaking workshop involving their Monoflex black & white processing technique. Learn the experimental filmmakers 16mm cameras of choice – the Bolex and the Krasnogorsk K3. Processing your film using Richard & Dianna’s Monoflex experimental processing technique.Read more…


FSD01 – Introduction to Super 8 mm Black & White

Next course 2017
March Course Dates: Sunday 11th
This super 8 film course gives you the ideal introduction to the format. You will learn how to operate the Super 8 camera and shoot a roll of film. In the afternoon you will Learn about developing your film. The next day edit it using an editor viewer and learn to cut and splice, then screen your début.Read more…


FSD02 – Intermediate 16mm Black and White

2017 Course
Course Dates: TBC

This 16mm film course provides a hands-on practical guide to shooting, developing, splicing and editing motion films using high quality B&W 16mm film. You will learn how to use 16mm cameras, exposes, shoot on 100ft film. Students will process their positive film and will have a screening on the end of the second day.
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FSD03 – Introduction to Digital Video

Next course 2017
Course Dates: TBC

This class is for beginners who would like to get to grips with the video function on their digital SLR camera. In a one-day session you will explore the controls such as exposure and focusing in relation to shooting for the motion picture format.
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FSD04 – Intermediate Digital Video

Next course 2017
Course Dates: TBC

Want to take your DSLR video further? in this course you will look at how to produce high quality video output using your camera. This course assumes participants will have an intermediate knowledge and understanding of video hardware and editing. The first session will be dedicated to using the camera to capture video using applied shooting techniques. By considering panning, action shots, working with available light (indoor/outdoor) and creative exposure the participant will develop a sequence of short clips.
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