FOCUS ON FILMMAKING – MICHIGAN FILM CAMP – SUMMER 2012 – SAUGATUCK Workshop Topics: 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 Workshop Outline: Monday: Fundamentals of Filmmaking Tuesday: […]
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Full Information on Facebook Event Listing NEW! The 2ND ROUND of Harvey Ovshinsky’s popular support group for aspiring screenwriters meets at the Jewish Community Center of Greater Ann Arbor from 7:00 pm to 10:00 pm on the 2ND Monday of each month starting in October on and ending in April. There is no class in […]
DAFT's ART IN MOTION WORKSHOP 2011 Have you ever wanted to add a new dimension to your own art? Or sought to bring an exciting multi-disciplinary art form into your classroom? Art in Motion is a great workshop presented by Digital Arts Film & Television designed to provide an intensive hands-on experience in animation for […]
DAFT’s SUMMER VIDEO CAMP 2011 Students will storyboard, direct, create videos, collaborate, and produce a short film during this intensive one week summer workshop designed to accommodate students of all abilities. Students will receive a DVD of the animation shorts created during this class and will be the special guests at the 2011 premiere of […]
Digital Arts, Film & Television (DAFT) is now accepting entries for the 43rd Annual Michigan Student Film & Video Festival and welcomes all K-12 students throughout Michigan to enter their creative media work.
The Huntington Woods Parks & Recreation Dept. has announced a winter video camp offered to elementary students. Children from 3rd to 6th grade are eligible to attend. It will meet the week of February 21-25, 2011, from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
Congratulations to DAFT alumni Dan Scanlon! Scanlon’s film “Tracy” won “Best Michigan Feature” at the first annual Michigan Film Awards at the Detroit Independent Film Festival.