The North Valley Mountain Film Festival is partnering with Isaac and Orsi Carter of ICandyFilms to offer a Film Making Workshop as part of the 2017 festival. The multi-part workshop will be comprised of three half day sessions in early March. The first session will focus on film theory and filming techniques. Day two will be on location putting those techniques into practice, and a third session will focus on editing and processing the media into a finished product.
“We are thankful for support from the Columbia Basin Trust’s Community Initiatives Program and to have ICandyFilms on board to run this workshop”, said coordinator Myles Berney. We hope to give interested community members the skills and confidence needed to produce their own short movies and slideshows to share with friends, family and to be submitted for future community film festivals.”
Isaac Carter of ICandyFilms adds, “This workshop is tailored to give participants an entire layout of no-budget filming techniques and to show the possibilities of what you can do with your own equipment. From the conception of a story, to the complicated settings on your cameras, to the editing of footage, this workshop will be sure to improve your home videos.”
The theory and filming sessions of this workshop will be held on the weekend of March 4-5th. The date for the editing session will be determined and announced closer to the workshop date to registered participants. For more information and to register for the Film Making Workshop, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
This year’s film festival will be held on March 4th at the Silverton Memorial Hall. Tickets are now on sale at Silverton Building Supplies in Silverton and at Rutabaga’s in New Denver.