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Smartphone Filmmaking Workshop Part II

March 8, 2016

Update: The results – the Smartphone Films produced during the Workshop can be seen here: http://terreweb.ubc.ca/terreweb-videos/

Thursday, March 10th, 2016, 3:00-5:00 in MCML 342

Guido Toelke & Julia Dordel

In this second seminar on March 10th we will continue to cover the basics of smartphone-filmmaking starting from how to shoot footage to editing this footage using your smartphone, tablet or laptop.

We will talk further about more creative (almost) free DIY equipment solutions to create a professional film look. We will screen a few smartphone short films that were produced during this past week. Using these practical examples we will discuss what pitfalls to avoid, challenges when interviewing people, and filming still- and moving objects. We will also take a closer look at the editing process.

The seminar is mandatory for TerreWEB Scholars as well as for students registered in CONS 503 C /SOIL530 B – however, everyone is welcome!

Please direct any enquiries to Julia Dordel (terre.web@ubc.ca).

About the speakers:

Guido Toelke is a filmmaker with over a decade of experience. Since childhood he has produced and directed his own films, working on shoestring budgets, and gaining extensive experience being his own DOP, editor and producer. He has also worked on commercial projects such as music videos and commercials. His work on countless film projects has taken him around the world.  Recent projects include a documentary about Lemurs in Madagascar and the international eco-action-thriller Mission NinetyTwo. Guido has also been a lecturer for cinematography at the University of Hildesheim, Germany, since 2005.

 

 

 

Julia Dordel is a Forest Scientist (PhD), producer, writer and actor. She has worked behind and in front of the camera on various productions including feature films, TV, short-film and webseries – both fiction and documentary. Her recent projects include the eco-action-thriller Mission NinetyTwo and Alaotra – a documentary about a threatened Lemur species in Madagascar.

Julia is an advisory board member of the Hanover Film Fund and the Lower Saxony Film- & Media Office as well as the representative of Women in Film – Hanover (WIFT).

Julia has been the coordinator of the NSERC supported Communication of Science Program – TerreWEB – at the University of British Columbia since 2011.

 

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About the TerreWEB Seminar Series:

The Spring seminar series runs weekly from January to April 2016

Location and time: MACMILLAN 342 – THURSDAYS, 3:00 – 5:00pm

Please direct enquiries to Les Lavkulich (lml@mail.ubc.ca) or Julia Dordel (terre.web@ubc.ca).

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