This workshop is designed to give participants a balanced understanding of the elements involved in recording moving images for film. Participants will learn the theory of creating an image, working with the camera, working with the lighting department, and a brief overview of the equipment and tools used to create compelling imagery.
WORKSHOP ACCESSIBILITY: AFCOOP will be hiring American Sign Language Interpreters for the entire Fall Filmmaking Workshops series which will make the workshops accessible to the hearing impaired.
VENUE ACCESSIBILITY: AFCOOP is located on the main floor of 5663 Cornwallis St. There will be a ramp set up over the two concrete steps leading up to our main entrance. There is a gender neutral bathroom located inside our office space.
Price: $45/$55 including HST (AFCOOP members / non-members)
Instructor: Halley Davies
Halley Davies is a freelance filmmaker and I.A.T.S.E. 667 camera assistant. Her love for cinematography and storytelling drew her to NSCAD University where she completed a BFA in Film. Since then she has worked on numerous sets, both as a DP and camera assistant. She enjoys the energy and challenge of being a camera assistant for large productions where she can have hands-on experience with specialized gear and cameras. Her innate creativity brings her back behind the camera where she explores lighting and camerawork to tell a story.