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Filmmaking Bootcamp
Certificate Program

Bryan Reinhart

August 7–25, 2017
Monday – Friday
9am–4pm daily
$1800

All Materials Included / All Levels

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This three-week certificate program provides students who are interested in filmmaking or even contemplating a commitment to filmmaking as a career the opportunity to learn the basics of the craft in a short immersive format. The course is designed as a boot-camp/hands-on approach to filmmaking.

FORMAT
The program is structured around the production of short films of increasing complexity that students work on together. Students will be introduced to the traditional concepts of shooting a motion picture film and will apply this foundation of knowledge to contemporary practices of shooting with digital technology. All projects will be shot on high definition digital video cameras.

Classes and hands-on workshops are held throughout the week and some weekends are reserved for additional classes or shooting. Time will be required outside of class for writing, location scouting, casting, and editing. The third week is devoted to editing the productions, culminating in the final screening for fellow students and the public.

Students write, direct, shoot and edit using high-def digital video, film lighting packages, and digital editing software. Classes in directing, writing, editing, cinematography, and production cover the creative and technical demands of telling a story with moving images. A final screening will be open to the public, creating a meaningful deadline for production and editing.

 


TUITION: $1800.00
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Optional Payment Plan: Students may choose to use a payment plan during the registration process. Your position in the workshop can be held with a non-refundable $250 deposit. The balance is due 30 days before the first day of the workshop. After the 30-day date, the entire amount is non-refundable. Full tuition refunds are given only if the Sedona Arts Center cancels the workshop.

Scholarships: Scholarships are available that will cover one-half of tuition for students demonstrating financial need and artistic benefit.

 

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About Bryan Reinhart:

Bryan Reinhart has been an instructor at the Zaki Gordon Institute for Independent Filmmaking and then the Sedona Film School since 2000 and was coordinator of the documentary program for 8 years. Reinhart teaches documentary filmmaking, as well as master seminars in editing with Final Cut Pro (Apple level 2 trained). An active editor and documentarian, he finds it just as important to take the time to teach.

A native of Northwest Indiana, Reinhart was raised in a theatrical family and was on stage at the age of six. By the age of 13 he was making short films. He worked in the entertainment industry in a variety of positions including producer, director, and editor for both film and television.

Reinhart?s first Hollywood experience was producing a documentary on the feature film Hoosiers. Reinhart went on to produce the nationally televised American Highways for Public Television. In the 1980?s, Reinhart started his own television production company and produced corporate and industrial projects for Fortune 500 companies as well as documentaries. Several of his documentaries were aired nationally on public television. Classroom Under The Canopy, filmed in Costa Rica, was produced in cooperation with Indiana University and the Indianapolis Zoo.The Eyes of Nepal aired in Australia and the US. Reality Check is currently touring the film festival circuit.

Visit Bryan's website at http://www.bryanreinhart.com.


Trailer for "Reality Check" by Bryan Rienhart



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