‘Beyond TV’ Opportunities for Filmmakers Online Free Seminars 6.30 – 9.30pm, Thursday, 21st July
Filmbase and Temple Bar Cultural Trust are delighted to present Beyond TV – Opportunities for Filmmakers Online on Thursday, 21st July as part of the ‘Made in Temple Bar’ Festival.
This one-off evening of seminars is perfect for anyone interested in making films for the web. Covering all aspects of planning, shooting, formatting, uploading and distributing films digitally, the seminars will highlight insights, techniques and best practice advice for filmmakers of all levels.
Guest speakers for the session include Apple Certified Master Trainer Simon Walker, The Rubberbandit’s manager Joe Clarke and producer Triona Campbell (‘Sophia’s Diary’, ‘Aisling’s Diary’). We will also be inviting the filmmakers behind the ‘Made in Temple Bar’ competition films to join us on the night and share their experience of shooting, editing, uploading and distributing their films online in just five weeks!
The evening will be split into a number of seminars.
The first is How To Make a Killer Internet Video with Apple Certified Master Trainer Simon Walker.
In this session Simon will offer a series of technical tips and tricks designed to help filmmakers get the most out of their online videos. From camera formats, shooting tips, planning, editing and uploading Simon will ensure that filmmakers learn how to create films that will make an impact online, and just as importantly how to avoid technical mistakes that can ruin your best work.
The Rubberbandits – How to Make Money on YouTube is with Joe Clarke of Lovely Men, manager to The Rubberbandits.
Joe will discuss how to utilise web platforms to get your films seen. He will talk about The Rubberbandits’ experience of accessing audiences and most importantly will look at the variety of revenue streams available for online films.
The third session will look at Media That Crosses Platforms with producer Triona Campbell.
Founder and director of beActive, a transmedia company with offices in London, Dublin, Lisbon and Sao Paulo, Brazil. Triona is an award-winning producer of internet and television series including Aisling’s Diary and Sophia’s Diary. Triona will outline opportunities for filmmakers to develop their stories outside of traditional television and film routes
Finally, we will round off the night by inviting the filmmakers from the Made in Temple Bar internet film competition will talk about their experiences in making film for the internet. Battered and bruised from their recent experiences of shooting, editing, uploading and promoting their videos in just five weeks. The panel will outline what they have learnt about internet filmmaking and discuss their films with the audience.
For more info on the filmmakers involved and to view the films visit www.filmbase.ie/madeintemplebar or read more about this part of the seminar http://www.filmireland.net/2011/07/18/beyond-tv-opportunities-for-filmmakers-online/
To book for the free ‘Beyond TV’ evening seminars just call in to Filmbase Reception during opening hours or call 01 679 6716. you can also email email@example.com (please include your full name and ‘Beyond TV’ in the subject line).
More information is available at www.filmbase.ie/beyondtv.