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Film Workshop: Editing, Audio & Sound Mixing
Sat., 15/10/2016, 9:00 am – Sun., 16/10/2016, 5:00 pm AEDT
2 Day Workshop Oct 15 & 16 9am-5pm
This is a workshop for filmmakers who would like to learn more about film editing and audio.
This workshop is aimed at film makers who have a basic level of film making and editing experience and would like to upgrade their skills.
Participants will need to bring their laptop with editing software. To get the most out of the workshop: Avid, Adobe Premiere or Final Cut Pro X is recommended.
However, if you are using iMovie or Windows Media Maker and would like to learn the difference professional editing software can make, you're more than welcome to attend.
On Day 1 Oct 15, the course will focus on audio and sound. If you would like to learn how to get the most out of your own sound equipment please bring it along on the day. There will be sound equipment to use for participants who don't have their own.
About The Trainers
There’s many things Alison has learnt in this industry but probably the most important is to be multi-skilled. Especially when it comes to capturing the moving image, recording sound and editing footage. A shooting producer, Alison also creates content in the digital and online space.
In 2006, Alison created Out of Line, a production company that specialises in the writing and production of online content, documentaries and behind the scenes films.
In 2014-15, Alison took a sabbatical from Out of Line to become an ABC Open Producer. During this time she shot, produced and edited stories for broadcast on ABC News24 and Landline, often working in remote locations without a brass razoo of mobile phone reception.
After living and working in Sydney and Melbourne for many years, Alison made the decision to base her production company in Albury and continues to work in both New South Wales and Victoria.
Alison was recently selected for She Shoots. A Screen NSW initiative aiming to get more female camera operators and sound recordists into the Australian reality/factual TV industry. She’s looking forward to sharing her learnings from the industry experts.
Wez Thompson is a multi-talented musician and sound technician who has been a professional musician and music educator his entire life. Wez has formal qualifications in Pro Tools and music production and has been operating a successful music studio for over 20 years. Wez will be conducting a 2 hour session on sound mixing.
Morning tea will be provided. Please bring your own lunch or the cafe next door at the WPCC will be open.
Please arrive no later than 8.45am as course will start at 9am sharp.
The location will be in the new Black Box Theatre, upstairs in the Community Arts Centre (next to the Western Plains Cultural Centre).
What is the refund policy
No refunds available, but you may sell/give your ticket to someone else if unable to attend.
This workshop is made possible by the generous support of the Western Plains Cultural Centre.