This three-day adventure in smartphone documentary filmmaking focuses not only on how to better use your phones, but also how to better use one of the best apps on the market for videography–Filmic Pro.
We are excited to bring back Larry Engel for this three-day adventure in smartphone documentary filmmaking. If you’ve already taken our Filmmaking at Your Fingertips workshop or have equivalent prior smartphone filming experience on your Apple or Android device, this workshop will take your skills to the next level as you create a short documentary completely on your phone using one of the best apps on the market for videography – Filmic Pro.
The first Saturday we will practice producing good video and audio using the Filmic Pro app. Further we’ll discuss what a strong documentary is, and develop story ideas for each of you to work on during the week. Finally, we’ll discuss editing apps and how best to use them.
The second Saturday we’ll review your work, start editing, and determine if you need to do any further filming.
The third Saturday we’ll finish up our documentaries and screen for the class.
Earlybird Registration (through May 25) – $275
Regular Registration (May 26-June 5) – $300
Late Registration (June 6 until full) – $325
Space is limited so advance registration is highly recommended. Registration online is required even if you plan to pay by check. Note that pricing dates are based on when full payment is received, not the date of registration.
2018/06/09 - 2018/06/23
Additional time info:
This is not a drop-in workshop. Participants need to commit to attending all three Saturdays. Registration will close after June 9.
Our entrance is on Apple Ave. around the corner from Alexander House.
The Cameron Street garage is open 24/7 and requires payment between 7 am – 7 pm on weekdays ($1 per hour for the first four hours and 65 cents per hour for each additional hour). Parking in the garage is free on weekends, federal holidays, and after 7 pm on weekdays. You must remember your space number and pay at one of the pay stations with cash, credit card, or the ParkMobile or MobileNow apps.
You can also sometimes find nearby metered street parking as well. While street spaces are usually free after 6 pm, they do require payment during the daytime Mondays-Saturdays and most are limited to one or two hours. Meters accept coins or the Parkmobile and MobileNow apps.
Do NOT park (or even stand) in any spots marked for police only.