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  1. Hey there everyone! I am a colombian film student and wannabe cinematographer and I am looking for some advise for an upcoming short film me and some classmates are preparing. So I am going to be the DP for this short and in terms of lightning I am looking to have an aesthetic close to the images I attached below for the interior daylight scenes. Logic tells me that to achieve this I should have some strong key lights motivated from the windows on the characters and expose to those bright areas of the face, so everything else will be darker to achieve that high contrast ratio. We┬┤ll probably h
  2. Hi, I'm planning on applying to a film school this summer, for a directing course. My main focus has always been directing, with cinematography being both a fascinating hobby and something I've had to do for the ultra low budget films I've made. Now, the requirements are that you submit at least two films, of which at least one "made on film (16mm, super 16mm or 35mm)". I've got plenty of digital films to submit, but nothing on film. So I have to make a new one. I've never shot anything on film and, as much as I'd like to have this experience, it would be very expensive. Even with
  3. Kodak and UFVF Honor Students From Singapore, Poland and United States ROCHESTER, NY (August 10, 2015) - Kodak has named five students as award winners in the 2015 KODAK Scholarship Program, a global competition held annually in collaboration with the University Film and Video Program (UFVF). This year, the Program received a record-breaking number of applications, with over 55 film schools from around the world nominating students for the KODAK Student Scholarship and KODAK Student Cinematography Scholarship. Winners received their prizes at the University of Film & Video Association
  4. Hello all, Within the past few years, I've been hearing that getting a film degree won't actually get you anywhere in the industry, only the people you know and the talent you have can. Well, does the same apply for a producer? Merely curious.
  5. I was recently accepted to both UCLA and USC's film schools but I am having a very, very tough time making a decision. I will be a freshman this fall and I'm 100% sure I want to be a filmmaker. Throughout my life I have always been interested in writing. I started writing short stories in elementary and transitioned to writing screenplays in high school. My major for UCLA is Film & Television and my major for USC is Film & Television Production. I'm especially interested in Screenwriting, Directing, and Editing though I know I won't be able to declare concentrations until my junior yea
  6. Hello, I will be graduating film school in less than two months. I am, of course, an aspiring camera assistant. I am having a hard time deciding where to move after I graduate. The school I attend is located in Florida which has little to no film industry anymore. I have no choice but to move. Based on your experience or knowledge...where would be the best place for me to move to get starting jobs such as Camera PA/Trainee gigs? LA? Atlanta? I know that there is really no right or wrong place to be...I just need a little bit of guidance. Thanks. :)
  7. LOS ANGELES - Kodak and the University Film and Video Foundation (UFVF) have announced the recipients of the 2014 KODAK Student Scholarship Awards and KODAK Student Cinematography Scholarship Awards. The presentation was made Saturday night during the annual banquet and awards ceremony at the University Film and Video Association (UFVA) Conference, which was held last week at Montana State University. Kodak's annual global competition is designed to recognize emerging talent that demonstrates superior filmmaking skills and creativity. Selected by a panel of judges led by award-winning cine
  8. Hi, I'm going to Film school in 2017 ( University) , now i have 3 years off to enjoy my life :))) i'm looking for online film school teaching about cinematography , camera, lens, light,...( not too much about VFX or animation ) that is helpful and will give me a certificate or st but that doesn't important. I want to take classes to gain knowledge and experience to have a strong background to go to Film school in 2017. I'm willing to pay money to access those courses. Do you suggest any trusted sites or schools ? i found http://www.lightsfilmschool.com/ , anyone has any ideas about them ? Tha
  9. Does anyone know if these schools are reputable and a good place to go for film? Just trying to narrow down my list. So far I have Columbia college hollywood FullSail SCAD University of Advancing Technology
  10. LOS ANGELES - The American Society of Cinematographers (ASC) has chosen three winners for the 2014 ASC Linwood Dunn Student Heritage Awards. The honors were announced last night during a ceremony at the organization's clubhouse here. Designed to showcase the artistic abilities of the next generation of filmmakers, the recipients were noted for their cinematographic abilities. The winning students and their projects are: Graduate Award: WINNER: Guy Pooles from the American Film Institute (AFI) Conservatory for "Dirty Laundry" Undergraduate Award: WINNER: Harper Alexander from University of N
  11. Hi Friends, I am professional photographer working from last 3 years and living in India. I have started doing DSLR videos a year back like events, short films, wedding films music videos & behind the scenes. I am really interested in pursuing a one/two year course in cinematography. Any1 had been to film schools for cinematography In Los Angeles.How was the experience ? Is it worth going there? I am really interested in shooting travel work. As an international student how are work opportunities in Hollywood? After graduating how long can we work there? Currently I have
  12. So I am still very new to film making. Last year the only camera I had was a GoPro and I decided that I wanted to do CInematography for the rest of my life so I decided to skip DSLRs and by a blackmagic cinema camera. I have spent the past 4 months learning how to film and colorgrade and I finally feel ready to start getting audio but I have no idea what to mics and audio equipement to buy? Does anybody know what mics I should get if I want to get good audio and keep the camera run and gun. I'm in college and I film by myself so I want to be able to just throw all the gear in my backpack s
  13. Hi guys I graduated last week andnow I'm looking for a master in europe. Unfortunately tuition fees for an MA in cinematography are really expensive more than 10 thousand euros. Instead fees for Brighton Film School and Baltic Film and Media School are affordable. Anyone knows something about them? would you recommend them? Do you know other schools which provide a good education? Thanks in advance
  14. I just toured Columbia College Chicago and was considering finishing a BA in Cinematography there. I was wondering if it's worth it to go through their program or just save the money. It seems like they have a lot of internship/networking opportunities, especially through their alumni. Any thoughts on the school?
  15. Hi guys! Met Film School have just launched a new course in cinematography They usually offer short courses (basic and advanced) but this is an intensive 6-month course in practical cinematography skills: http://www.metfilmschool.co.uk/courses/one-year-courses/six-month-cinematography.aspx Hardly any time in the classroom- very practical.
  16. Hi Everyone! Looking for some information! I'm an Australian researching a move to Europe to study script writing. My two passions are actually script and set design and I'm looking for film schools that offer great hands on courses. I completed my undergraduate degree with a minor in film and am now looking for some further study opportunities to expand my script writing experience. It doesn't have to be a master's, just an opportunity to write and make new connections in film. Thanks for your time! Kind Regards, Adrianna
  17. Hello Everyone, My name is Alex Mitchell and I am an aspiring camera-assistant hoping to hit the ground running after I graduate from my film school (FSU Film) in December. I've spent over 3,000 hours on set working both ATL and BTL jobs on professional and film school sets. I chose to specialize in camera-assisting because it combines my best qualities into one job: a deep passion and knowledge of cameras and lenses, appreciation for capturing beautiful moments (in focus!), and endurance. I read the blogs on this site and I love all the knowledge you all share, and I was hoping if you cou
  18. Hey im still in highschool just going into grade 12 i live in canada and was wondering which film school to go to. I know the everyone says that Ryerson is the best in canada but i just feel like its more theory then hands on (i know that you do do films and such but not as much). My other thoughts were the new york film academy in the US and the national film and television school in the UK. I feel like those schools are a lot more hands on and getting set experience when ryerson is more this is how film began kinda stuff. So my question really is is it worth the extra money to go to a film s
  19. Anyone that has applied to the cinematography course this year (starting Jan/Feb 2014)? Heard a few people have got replies saying they have not got in, but I havn't heard anything? Wondered if others had?
  20. Hello everyone. I am having trouble finding film schools which can help me work out my problem. I live in India and I don't wish to continue my studies here which is why I am looking for film schools around the world. German schools are an option as I am learning German. But languages other than Spanish, German and French are out of question as there are no centres for the same. I am looking for some good film schools for learning Cinematography but with the tuition fee under 30,000 USD. Now this might sound stupid but the reason behind is my parents are not willing to invest any m
  21. Hey guys! I just joined this site today and am hoping to learn a lot and connect with a lot of people. Currently I'm 15 and in the 10th grade and have a passion for cinematography and filmmaking. I've been video editing for years but more recently (roughly 1 1/2 years ago) got serious about it. I've started working more with the film aspect of filmmaking this year as I'm now taking an AV Production class at my school and i'm loving it. I've always been working in post but have only more recently starting to do more things with cinematography. So anyways, I was wondering if film school
  22. Happy holidays to all! I'm a TVC Producer from Singapore and about to embark on a new challenge. I would like to pursue my passion of cinematography. I do not have any fundamentals on it and was wondering if I should join film school. I was looking at the 1 year Conservatory in Cinematography offered by NYFA. Link below; http://www.nyfa.edu/cinematography-school/1year.php What do you guys think? Is it a good idea to join a short course like this to learn the fundamentals or try and intern/understudy a DOP here? I spoke to a DOP here and he suggests I study and try and get into the came
  23. Hey everyone, I am currently active duty military. I will be getting out in June 2013 and moving to Los Angeles to go to film school. I want to be a director, but I want to learn every aspect of filmmaking. I understand people believe you don't need film school, but the GI Bill will pay for mine, so I'm going. Originally I was set on going to "Los Angeles Film School" because my friend went there a few years ago and is still working in LA. Now that I have done research on the place, it doesn't sound so good. I am researching many schools in that area now, but I have very limited college cr
  24. Is anyone actually on this forum? I'm applying to the new FTMA program at Sacred Heart University. It's a one year master program. Has anyone heard of it? They say they focus on story and technique for the new media market. I like it but it's in it's first year. This could be good or bad. Thoughts?
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