Friday, April 22, 2016

Speaking at New Media Technologies and Documentary Design April 26th

New Media Technologies and Documentary Design

Yet to be fully undertaken by filmmakers, explore the possibilities of building alternate documentary narratives using various digital media softwares. Discuss concepts of experimental storytelling and how documentary can be enhanced with dramaturgy, lighting, sound, and scenography to recreate a moment in time. Explore site specificity, considering how the structures that surround your projection become a part of the story you’re telling. This workshop poses more questions than answers, and challenges filmmakers to expand their canvas!
Size: 12 students | Duration: 3 hrs
Materials: All you need to bring is yourself! Unlike a large panel discussion, this clinic will offer invaluable knowledge from a working artist in an intimate round-table discussion. Curriculum will be provided in advance and available on eReaders during the workshop.
All DCTV Workshops have limited enrollment and require pre-registration.
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If registration is closed, please call 212.966.4510 x646 to be added to the wait list.
87 Lafayette St, New York, NY 10013

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