A New Season Of Workshops!
OPPORTUNITIES FOR ADVANCED STUDY COMING UP
Those of you around the DMC in May can see the filled-to-near-capacity introductory workshops in full swing for both Studio Production and Field Production (with RVTV Mentor David Bruce pictured above teaching the later).
This has been both a blessing for studio producers who've had all the help they need with their ongoing productions, and a challenge coming up for current field producers as much of our check-out equipment will be tied up in June -- our new Field Producers will be filming their Public Service Announcements and short films through June 21!
For those completing both tracks of basic study, RVTV Staff are preparing follow-up workshops to allow these producers the chance to deepen their studies (not to mention providing the same opportunity to long-time producers looking to sharpen their skills).
INTERMEDIATE DIRECTING - June 3 & 10, 6-8 p.m.
Designed to be the 'next step' after Basic Studio Production, this pair of workshops consist of Production Design followed by Production Process, and are team-taught by RVTV production coordinator Brandon Givens and studio certification instructor Charles Douglas.
In these workshops you’ll get tips on how to coordinate your sound, graphic and music elements, develop more dynamic shot progressions and camera movements and improve communications between your team. Take your studio show to the next level and learn about the tricks the pros use to get ‘that look’ you’ve been looking to emulate.
Completion of Intermediate Directing is the pre-requisite to take the Advanced Workshop series (including On-Set Networking, Green Screen Dynamics, etc.). Please drop a line to Charles at email@example.com or call (541) 552-6898 to get your space reserved.
THE CREATIVE PROCESS - Coming in July...
Introduced for the first time last winter, The Creative Process is a three-part series to help producers develop their documentary or short story with the intent of turning their concept into a video. While completion of the basic Field Production Certification series is recommended, The Creative Process is open to any resident of Southern Oregon – though space is limited to ten participants.
Just as with our Field course, RVTV Mentor David Bruce is presenting this series as his gift to the artists and filmmakers of the Rogue Valley. Participants will be aiming for the development of a literary script, storyboard or shooting script for use in their upcoming video project.
We are polling the producer community to determine which days & times work best to maximize your participation. If you are looking to sign up, please let Charles know at firstname.lastname@example.org or (541) 552-6898 and you will be included in the on-line poll to determine the upcoming three-workshop schedule.