WHEN: August 27 – 31, 2012. Monday – Friday. 9:00am – 4:30pm.
WHERE: The Saugatuck Center for the Arts, 400 Culver St, Saugatuck, MI 49453 FACILITY PHONE: 269.857.2399
WHO: Ages 14-Adult
Seating is Limited to 30 Attendees.
COST: $599.00 (Includes Daily Lunch & Access to Professional Equipment)
TO REGISTER ONLINE: michiganfilmcamp.com
QUESTIONS? CONTACT INSTRUCTOR: Steve Julin
Phone: 734.641.8236 Email: Steve@Media-Power.com
FOCUS ON FILMMAKING - MICHIGAN FILM CAMP - SUMMER 2012 - SAUGATUCK
Developing ideas to film
An understanding of the different roles of a film crew
Conducting pre-production (identity talent, props, sets/location)
Fundamentals of cinematography
Basic lighting and working with audio
Overview of the post-production process
Monday: Fundamentals of Filmmaking
Tuesday: Basics of Cinematography/On-Location Shooting
Wednesday: On-Location Shooting/Editing 101
Thursday: Hands on Editing
Friday: Editing and Finishing
Frequently Asked Questions:
How much is the workshop?
$599.00. This includes lunch each day and access to
professional film equipment.
Do I need to have experience in filmmaking?
What type of film gear will be at the workshop?
We’ll have several cameras (including DSLRs), several light
kits, audio equipment and numerous non-linear editing stations.
Can my kids take the workshop?
Yup. 14 years and up please.
I have my own camera and gear. Should I bring it to the workshop?
How should I dress for the workshop?
While there is no dress code - we don’t recommend
open-toed sandals on the shooting days.
What should I bring to the workshop?
Something to take notes and any personal gear you have.
Since some of the cameras are DSLR, you might want to bring your
own SD Memory Cards. Click here to buy cards from Amazon.
I still have questions. Who should I talk to?
Contact Instructor Steve Julin. 734.641.8236 or email him, firstname.lastname@example.org
John has many award-winning credits to his name including cinematography for “Roger & Me”, co-producing the documentary “Walk This Way” and many more. He was also a teacher at the William D. Ford Tech. Center in Westland for over 20 years. Many of his students from school and DAFT sponsored workshops have gone on to illustrious careers in Hollywood. He remains in contact with many of them as they make their way back to Michigan to visit. Currently he’s working on a documentary called “A Galaxie Far, Far Away” to be released in 2012.
Steve has been editing, directing and producing video and film for over 25 years. He was a principal partner in developing Media Power and is an Apple Certified Instructor, Boris FX Certified Instructor, as well as Michigan's first Avid Certified Instructor. He has edited and provided training for such companies as Ford Motor Company, Kmart, Comcast, The Discovery Channel, CBS, PBS and NBC. In 2004 he wrote “Xpress Pro Power”. Steve was selected as Educator of the Year in 2009 by DAFT and the Michigan Arts Council. To see some of his current work visit www.greatlakesgreattastes.com.
For more information & Online Registration:
Focus on Filmmaking Registration: michiganfilmcamp.com