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This 3-day, intensive video production workshop takes students who have had absolutely no experience with filming or editing all the way from initial concept to the finished video product. This workshop is a great opportunity for students to develop their communication skills through creative outlets such as video. For many students, it literally ends up being a “life altering experience,” as they go on to get further involved with video production.
The general workshop outline is as follows:
DAY ONE: THE PITCH AND PLANNING
Each student comes up with a concept for his/her video and then “pitches” it to the rest of the group in 3 minutes. The pitches are voted upon and the top five ideas are selected for production. The winning student becomes the “Director” and a group of peers make up the production team.
DAY TWO: PRODUCTION AND EDITING
The students set to work with filming and editing their videos.
DAY THREE: FINAL EDITING AND THE “FILM FESTIVAL”
A complete draft of the video will be ready in the morning for final polishing. By the late afternoon the videos are submitted and presented in a “film festival” style event. Students will have the opportunity to introduce, show and describe the process of making the video to their peers.
For more information about Randy Olson and details about the workshop, please visit http://thebenshi.com/?p=1069
Dates: Friday Sept. 14 – Sunday Sept. 16 (All day)
Location: UBC Campus
Cost: $100 for TerreWEB, BRITE and WoW students and faculty,
$200 for other students and faculty
Maximum 25 spots.
See the final videos here!