On May the 6th in New York City, I will be taking part in a special one-off “Masters in Motion” event. Following on from the enormously successful 3 day event in Austin last year, this one takes three key topics with excellent professionals teaching for a packed one-day event.

Adam Forgione, who spoke masterfully in Austin, goes in-depth with audio. His talk is essential if you want to lift your game with sound, which is one of the most important parts of filmmaking… Enormously talented Cinematographer Timur Civan tackles lighting. Timur lights beautifully and practically. Listening to him talk and seeing his approach will be incredibly rewarding. Then I will go in-depth on a commercial short film from conception, to prep, to shooting, lighting, camera, lenses, sound, music and post. I’ll be looking closely at each part of the process to give you an incredibly detailed dissection of a short film, which will give you invaluable information when it comes to making your own work. The film I will be going into is “Portrait of a boxer”.

Portrait of a boxer from Philip Bloom on Vimeo.

It’s going to be a lot of fun, but more importantly really invaluable learning. There is limited availability, and tickets are available from the website here.

I hope you can make it!!

For a more hands-on shooting workshop I am doing 3, 3-day full on shooting workshops with Nino Leitner and Sebastian Wiegartner in Las Vegas, Key West and Majorca. During April and late June/ July. Details on the above banner or here.

 

Timur Civan 2011 Cinematography Reel from Timur Civan on Vimeo.

Occupy Wall Street | What Do They Want? Prosperity from Adam Forgione on Vimeo.

 

Comments

  1. earlstudios says:

    v exciting! the 3 day workshop is my dream but out of my budget, at least for this year, so this is the second best option. Looks like a great mix of all the elements I’m so desperately lacking on, hopefully it wont sell out before I get my tix.

  2. Already signed up!!! Can’t wait! This will be my first real course–I took a couple of those Vincent Laforet courses online but nothing like attending live, in person. See you May 6th!

  3. Very nice, thanks for sharing.