2020 Festival Schedule

 

Thursday March 5

4-7:00pm Registration in Boren Campus Center, north lobby

4:30pm…….Tour of Taylor’s Film & Media Production program facilities

5:30pm…….Supper in Hodson Dining Commons

7:00pm…….Opening Event: Screening of the film “Making Waves: The Art of Cinematic Sound” with Special Guest David J. Turner – Cornwall Auditorium, Boren Campus Center

9:00pm…….Visitors’ Reception: meet your Taylor host, talk to faculty and enjoy a snack in Jacobsen 2, Boren Campus Center
 
 

Friday March 6

 
8:00am…..Breakfast, Hodson Dining Commons

9:00am…..Workshop 9AM-A: Campus Tour – Leaves from Admissions building, Helena Hall

……………Workshop 9AM-B: The Life of a Camera Operator. – Rupp 222

Guest Tim Sutherland will walk us through his career as a cinematographer both in Los Angeles and Nashville. Learn the skills it takes to succeed behind the camera.

10:00am…..College chapel, Rediger Auditorium

11:00am…..Workshop 11AM: The Art of the Cut. – Cornwall Auditorium, Boren Campus Center

Guest David Turner looks at the art of picture editing and sound design. Explore the artistic and technical considerations when building the images and sounds that make up a feature film.

12:00pm…..Lunch – Hodson Dining Commons

1:00pm…..Workshop 1PM-A: Getting great shots with a Steadicam, upstairs Mitchell Theatre Lobby

The Steadicam is a specialty body harness for professional camera operators. This workshop will provide hands-on instruction. Participants will have a chance to wear the professional rig and try out Steadicam techniques. Limited to 6 High School Students.

……………..Workshop 1PM-B: Why move the camera? – Rupp 222

Guest Tim Sutherland says camera movement always begins with the script. What motion does it suggest? What would add to the emotion of the story? Get a behind the scenes look at the best reasons to move the camera.

……………..Workshop 1PM-C: Campus Tour

Leaves from the admissions office Helena Hall.

2:00-4:00pm…..Workshop 2PM: Making Waves: The Editor’s Handbook. – Cornwall Auditorium

Guest David Turner walks through the steps in organizing hundreds of hours of footage for a complex documentary film. This is everything he wished he had known when he started editing “Making Waves”!

4:00pm……Workshop 4pm-A: Getting great shots with a Steadicam, upstairs Mitchell Theatre Lobby

The Steadicam is a specialty body harness for professional camera operators. This workshop will provide hands-on instruction. Participants will have a chance to wear the professional rig and try out Steadicam techniques. Limited to 6 students.

……………..Workshop 4PM-B: How to move the camera. – Rupp 222

Guest Tim Sutherland brings some of his professional camera gear and demonstrates how to move the camera on-location and the impact motion has on the audience.

5:30pm……Dinner, Hodson Dining Commons

7:00pm……Envision Film Festival Screening and Awards – Rediger Auditorium, Boren Campus Center
 
 

Saturday March 7

 
9:00am……Film and Media Production information session and tour, Rupp 222

10am-12pm.High School Brunch & film screenings, Great Room President Paige Cunningham’s Home

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