Kodak will host a cinematography workshop
from October 24-28 here at the company's corporate headquarters. This
five-day program will immerse participants in virtually all aspects of the art
and science of cinematography.
"The purpose of this hands-on workshop is to offer participants practical
experience in addition to technical instruction," says Bart Durkin, a staff
cinematographer for Kodak who will teach the course. "It is intended to help
filmmakers who are trying to succeed in a competitive industry."
The workshop will focus on the creation of a music video in 35 mm format
from pre-production through postproduction. Training will also include a
telecine transfer session and color-grading at a modern postproduction
facility. The completed music video will be transferred to DVD format and
given to each participant. Participants will also have an opportunity to tour
the George Eastman House, including a visit to the motion picture archives and
Kodak manufacturing site.
Space is limited to 12 individuals, including directors of photography,
gaffers, camera assistants and operators, videographers, directors and
producers. Tuition is $2,250, which includes film, equipment, locations,
meals, postproduction, film processing, crew, and talent. Participants
will also receive a $1,000 certificate that can be used for the purchase of
any Kodak motion picture film and four Kodak courses on CD-ROMs, including
Color and Light in Motion Imaging, Nature of Film, What is Cinematography?,
and Art of Lighting.
To apply and for additional information, call (585) 781-7750, or email us-
ei-Training@kodak.com, or visit www.kodak.com/go/motion.
Cinematography Workshop To Be Held in Rochester
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