Storytelling with Video: From A to V

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Dates: October 19, 21 & 23, 2021
Three group sessions (Three 2-hour session)

Group is limited to 10 participants!  Recordings of each session will be made available for 60 days following the workshop.

Whether you’re a beginner trying to make the leap from stills to video or you’ve been making films for years, this workshop will help you take your filmmaking to the next level. This master class covers everything you need to create videos for maximum audience impact, from pre-production and filming to your post-production workflow.

Katie brings over a decade of industry experience and her signature filmmaking approach to guide you through each part of the process. Whether you’ve got a great idea and want to make it a reality, or are looking for help taking a story to the next level of development, this class is tailor-fit to help you accomplish your video goals.

Schedule (Three 2-hour sessions)

All times Eastern Standard (US & Canada)

October 19, 2021: 8pm Eastern Time (2-hours) – Introduction & Pre-Production – Your Story Starts Here: This session will kick off the workshop with Katie’s journey as a filmmaker, introductions to fellow participants, and talk about your personal goals for the workshop. We’ll discuss what makes a compelling story and the planning and preparation that goes into crafting one.

October 21, 2021: 8pm Eastern Time (2-hours) – Principle Photography – Getting It All On Tape: Congratulations! You’re in the field with your gear, your subject, and your shot list.  What now?  In this session, we’ll discuss Katie’s go-to camera movements and how to have a successful shoot no matter the circumstances.We’ll also be joined by guest star and B&H gear expert, Gabriel Biderman.

October 23, 2021: Noon Eastern Time (2-hours) – Post-Production – Where the Magic Happens: You’ve captured video, now what? In this session, we’ll talk strategy on how best to import your video, the ideal editing workflow, how to build your story, and when to add music and sound effects.

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