Directing and Pre-production
Instructor: Ted Bezaire
This course will cover the key elements of the crucial stage of pre-production that occurs before the camera starts rolling. Topics will include budgeting, scheduling, script breakdowns, and the use of shot lists and storyboards to achieve your vision. Students will learn how to navigate the pre-production process and set their projects up for success.
Instructor: Gavin Michael Booth
Participants In this class, students will be introduced to the incredible creative power that post-production provides the filmmaker in the following areas: Picture editing, sound editing, sound mixing, music, colour correction, and visual effects.
Music Video Production 1
Instructor: Walter Riggi
Participants start by learning the “mechanics” of film trailer production – directing, editing, production management and cinematography. Then participants apply these skills by actually producing their own movie trailers! You not only learn “how” to make a movie trailer , but you learn the process of creating original trailers, using your unique vision
Scoring Music for Film
Instructor: Ian Smith
This hands-on introductory course will allow participants to learn how to use the elements of music to enhance the various emotions and actions within a story or scene. They will learn the process of scoring a film from beginning to end starting with the spotting session to the delivery of the music to the client. The participants will also learn to utilize the Digital Audio Workstation, Logic Pro X as they compose music for various scenes ranging from Romantic Comedy to Action Suspense and more.
Music Video Funding and Distribution
Instructor: Gavin Booth
Learn about funding and distribution for your music videos. Funding can come from the community, private fundraising events at the media arts centre, corporate sponsors, government and private investors.
Having a firm strategy to distribute your music video is important in today’s marketplace.
Film Funding and Distribution
Instructor: Gerry Lattmann
In this course we will arm you with the knowledge to help you make a smart choice when choosing a film distributor and how to prepare your film for world-wide film distribution.
Whether you have a feature film or documentary we have you covered. Knowledge is power and this course will add more tools to your filmmaker toolbox.
Instructor: Bill Rawlings
In this course participants will be introduced to the basic techniques and procedures for set construction and set up. participants will learn the application and use of tools and equipment common to the scene shop and stage including rigging and electrics. Safe working procedures in both the construction and set up phase will be emphasized.
Instructor: Bill Rawlings
This course covers basic techniques of the principles and practices of set design for the stage. Emphasis is on interpretation of the literature, research, development of the ground plan, and the presentation of ideas. Included are design functions, construction, painting, modeling, history, and theories of design.
Instructor: Elizabeth Bloomfield
This class is designed to give you an introduction to both hand sewing and machine sewing. You will learn how to read and manipulate patterns and how to apply that knowledge to actual garment construction. There are many practical applications for the skills you will learn, such as repairing clothing, making costumes or altering garments for a better fit. This course will open a world of new possibilities either for fun or as a first step to a future career. This class is a great start to your creative journey
Instructor: Stephanie Johnston
In this makeup artist course, participants study stage makeup theories and principles, employing facial anatomy, lighting, venue size, highlighting and contouring to design and execute makeup applications for live performances.
How to Create a Webinar (Seniors 55+; all welcome pending space)
Instructor: Rob Miller
A webinar is an interactive online seminar that lets you present tto anyone in the world.
This course will provide the fundamentals for setting up and producing your own webinar. As well as how to collect attendee information and conduct your own personalized outreach.
How to Create a Podcast (Seniors 55+; all welcome pending space)
Instructor: Lori Baldasi
This course provides conceptual and hands-on experience for your individual idea of a podcast. Students will learn to develop a concept, record themselves and/or interview partners or hosts, and then do all the audio post production needed to create a professional podcast.
Intro to Artificial-Intelligence, Digital Art, & Cryptocurrency
Instructor: Michael Cohen & Co.
Learn the fundamental concepts of:
- Setting up a digital wallet.
- Analyzing & assessing cryptocurrencies.
- Creating & distributing digital art by using A. I.
Corporate Video Production
Instructor: Peter Freele
This course will allow participants to develop professional skills in video, film, and television (pre & post production). As well as the fundamentals of video production, including the techniques and the aesthetics of shooting, lighting, and editing will be covered.
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This Employment Ontario project is funded in part by the Government of Canada and the Government of Ontario.
If you self-identify as a person who is financially disadvantaged or affected by covid and as a: Woman, Youth (under 30), LGBTQ2+, Person of Colour, Person with a Disability or New Canadian, or with Indigenous Peoples and or other Racialized Community, then attendance is FREE.