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Screenwriting is constructing a careful web of lies and then trying not to get caught in it. This workshop will help you break down the spine of your screenplay into a few core scenes in order to help you more effectively write and revise.
Sound recording is an essential part of production, yet often finds itself outside of the ideal situations of a controlled environment. This hands-on workshop will dive into the basics of audio recording.
There?s a saying that sound is half of the picture, but is often regarded as a mysterious and oft misunderstood part of production. In this workshop, we?ll demystify some of the more arcane aspects of the sound department.
Attendees will learn the basics of what producers do, what makes a good producer, and why learning producing is valuable to everyone.
This session will discuss the role of talent in productions, understanding relationships and the importance of networking, as well as tips and tricks for success in the local industry.
This workshop will explore the unpredictable nature of a career in a creative field. We will discuss ways to embrace unknowns, follow unexpected paths, and collaborate with unlikely partners.
Video is everywhere but effective documentary storytelling is rare. When wielded correctly, the power of story can unite generations, change minds, influence hearts, and motivate action.
Victoria Belopolskaya ? the programming director of two major Russian film festivals ? will discuss the trends of the Russian film industry?s production and exhibition and the role of film festivals, as well as independent film production and activism.
No matter what you do, negotiation will probably be involved. This workshop will cover some negotiation basics to help you perceive your own value and the needs of your negotiation partners in order to enter each negotiation with confidence.
TV is a writer?s medium and in this workshop we?ll walk through the logistics of how scripted television gets made from a writer?s perspective ? from pilot development through series production.
Come in with questions about comedy writing, late night television writing, or even children?s book writing for this open-ended Q&A session with Jill Twiss, writer for Last Week Tonight With John Oliver and author of ?A Day in the Life of Marlon Bundo.?
We often think about how painting and fine art have influenced cinema. Less understood is how painters use film as an extension of their practice. This talk will show examples of works of film and video art made by painters and other visual artists.
In this workshop, we?ll discuss/brainstorm/ruminate on all the ways you can leverage the blissfully diverse nature of a TWAMP resume into an entry-level theater career.
In a media landscape where companies like Youtube, Netflix, and Twitch are beginning to overwhelm their traditional media predecessors, what can you expect working in the digital media space versus more long-established production models?
Everyone has an idea for a TV show, whether it?s the next big crime doc, hilarious dating show, or dramatic competition series. How much development do you need to do before pitching and what exactly do you need to send?
Learn how to make a ?long take? engaging and dynamic using professional filmmaking tools. In addition to learning about the tools, students will create a single long-take shot during the class.
Explore how an understanding of self-regulation and the related topics of self-direction, metacognition, and "learning how to learn" can help students become more effective learners. Presented by Professor Gene Roche and members of his research team.
In honor and celebration of the inauguration of President Katherine A. Rowe and the re-investiture of Dr. Robert M. Gates as Chancellor, the Special Collections Research Center will host a noteworthy exhibition.
Can you be sued for sharing your own journal article? By signing contracts for publication with some scholarly journals, the answer could be yes ? but it doesn?t have to be.
If it?s time for you to say ?thank you,? or ?you are important to me? to someone in your life, join the consultants in the Writing Resources Center for a workshop designed to help create thoughtful and well-written gratitude letters.
Need a break from your studies, and time to rest and relax this spring semester, then come by Swem Library to meet our unique visitor, therapy dogs and bunnies!
The second session of University eLearning Initiatives (eLi) Spring 2019 Workshop Series. This year's series is built around "Navigating your Digital Learning Environment."
Join the Writing Resources Center and the Cohen Career Center for a workshop designed to help you create well-crafted cover letters for internship, scholarship, or job applications.