DIRECTING FOR THE CAMERA with Byron Wolter

Age Range: 18+

Day/Time: Monday, 6:30pm-8:00pm

Dates: March 22, 27; April 5, 12, 19, 26

 

Have you ever wondered if you could direct a movie and be the lead creative? Or just wondered how it all works? In this 5-week introductory class, students will take a written 25-page screenplay (The 2nd Try by Byron Wolter) and craft the story visually using tools of the trade, from storyboarding to executing a shot list. In addition, students will gain understanding of the specific role a director plays on set, including:

  • holding the creative vision throughout the process, overseeing the project from pre-production to the final edit

  • navigating the fine line between collaboration and a singular vision

  • communicating effectively and economically with film actors

  • managing and maintaining a positive work environment among the crew, creative team, and producers 

  • understanding art and profitability and how those intersect for the working director

 

Directing films is hard, but not impossible. Have you ever wondered if you could be the lead creative on a movie? In this class, we will take a written 25-page screenplay (The 2nd Try by ???) and craft the story visually using tools of the trade.

  • Navigating the line of collaboration and command as a director. 

  • Using the camera to tell the film visually.

  • Communication with film actors.

  • Being a leader on set.

  • Managing people with grace and command. 

  • Art and profitability, the working director.

 

Instructor Demo Reel:  https://youtu.be/2VG6ATLTuFM instagram:@directedbybyron

 

Materials Needed:

  • Access to Zoom

  • Paper and Pencil

  • Ability to scan

  • Ability to print

  • Access to Google Drive or Dropbox

DIRECTING FOR THE CAMERA with Byron Wolter

$90.00Price