Location: Nipissing Monastary Hall (, North Bay)
Introduction to Independent Dramatic Filmmaking February 28th, 2015 $45 This lecture-based course gives participants an overview of all the stages involved in independent dramatic filmmaking and is a must for beginning directors and producers of fiction films. Learn about the screenwriting process, planning your workflow, prepping for your shoot, crewing up, casting, the fundamentals of production, basic cinematography, the importance of sound, getting all your shots, how to approach editing and the many options for finishing and exhibiting your film. This workshop is a general overview for new filmmakers and a great starting point for your filmmaking education as it pertains to dramatic filmmaking. Instructor: Igor Drljaca Born in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Igor Drljaca moved to Canada in 1993 due to the war in Bosnia. He completed his Master's in Film Production at York University's graduate program in 2011. He is the recipient of the K.M. Hunter artist award for media arts. His award winning shorts include WOMAN IN PURPLE (2010), and THE FUSE: OR HOW I BURNED SIMON BOLIVAR (2011), which have screened at hundreds of festivals. His critically acclaimed feature film KRIVINA (2012) premiered at TIFF. Space is limited! Register today.