Submitted by AlejandroP on Mon, 02/10/2014 - 4:14pm
We are excited to expand our digital media offerings for the new year. In addition to enhanced versions of returning workshops such as Screenwriting and Digital Storytelling, brought back by popular demand, CMCM will introduce brand new classes in Photoshop and DSLR Cameras. And for those who've always dreamed of directing, Academy Award winner John Korty will share information and insights in a three-part series "Becoming a Director."
Submitted by AlejandroP on Tue, 08/18/2015 - 11:07am
Learn how and why you need video as part of your communications plan for outreach and advocacy. Learn how to use your iPhone and a few apps as a production studio. Learn how you can use video to: enrich your website, make emails more robust, bring exciting visuals to social media... and more!
Hear from the Community Media Center of Marin, and learn about all their services, classes and technical assistance.
Bring your laptop or tablet. This will be an interactive session!
Thursday, August 27
9:30am - 12:00pm
Marin County Health & Human Services
3240 Kerner Blvd, San Rafael, California 94901
Submitted by AlejandroP on Fri, 08/15/2014 - 11:20am
Explore scenes from TV shows and movies and learn how editing shapes plot, pace, character, and structure. Delve into the impact visual effects, sound, and music editing have on a film. This class covers the three phases of the editing process, comparing traditional Hollywood-style linear "invisible" editing with modern, MTV-style non-linear, often unabashedly "visible" editing.
Submitted by AlejandroP on Wed, 08/19/2015 - 11:00am
Is your video project speaking clearly to your audience? Come to Work-in-Progress Wednesdays and receive feedback by an industry pro.
Hollywood film editor, author, and educator Gael Chandler will facilitate this FREE forum, to be held every other month. “Consider it a free focus group,” says Chandler, who will critique sample clips representing three short-form or two long-form projects during each two-hour session.
Short-form projects should be between 8–10 minutes long. Long-form projects should be no more than 20 minutes.
You don't need to be a CMCM member to attend a Work-In-Progress session. You don't even need to be working on a project! If you're interested in presenting a video clip for feedback, email a brief description of your project no later than Wednesday, August 26 to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Learn to quickly turn around short reportage style video segments - great for covering local events and news with little effort. The resulting clips are great for the community channels, the web, or inclusion in longer programs.
Submitted by AlejandroP on Tue, 09/08/2015 - 10:34am
Say whaaaat? Have you ever watched an interview on TV and cringed at the lame questions and awkward pauses?
Whether you're a current Marin TV program host or aspiring one, INTRODUCTION TO INTERVIEW SKILLS was made with you in mind. Learn how to make your interview great from someone who knows -- KWMR's "Attunement" host Anthony Wright.
This four session class will certify you to produce your own TV show in our full-service studio. Learn the basics of all aspects of studio production, from camera and lighting to directing and audio. You must attend all four sessions to become certified.