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The Local Heroes Film Festival FREE Mobile Device Filmmaking Class is presented by the Edmonton Short Film Festival in conjunction with K-Days!

Wednesday, April 20, 2022 10:52 AM | Anonymous

Joining us in-person at the King's University, your day will feature:

1. A seminar instructed by award-winning filmmaker Daniel Foreman.

Beginning and emerging filmmakers will learn storytelling and technical techniques for shooting a two minute movie on a smartphone or tablet in under 48 hours.

2. A free hot lunch! (Vegetarian options will be available)

3. A second seminar will break down taking your project files from your mobile device to live on YouTube. With simple and easy-to-understand steps, you'll learn how to enhance your footage with sound effects, music, colour grading and credits. The course will be taught by Chance Brook: an experienced digital content creator, video editor, and videographer.

This educational day will prepare all novice and intermediate filmmakers for the 48 Hour Mobile Device Film Challenge on July 22 -24th!

The classes will be available one time only for in person attendance or live stream attendance.

Event Name: Mobile Device Filmmaking Workshop
Date and Time: May 7, 2022 from 10:30 AM - 2:30 PM
Location: The King's University [9125-50 Street, Edmonton] OR online (live-streaming)
Cost: FREE
Short-Form Description: A free workshop for novice and intermediate film enthusiasts to learn technical skills for shooting and editing short films on your mobile device.

Link to Register: https://esff.ca/2022-mobile-device-filmmaking-class/

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