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Wednesday, September 30, 2009

UP Film Institute Workshop Series - Sembreak 2009


By Nick Olanka

Is writing a screenplay really that easy? Amidst the gazillions of new stories coming out every day, how can we find the right story? How can we box it to become the right cinematic experience? The blank page is set to be filled by the participants using the fundamental parameters of scriptwriting such as characterization, plotting and appropriate sequencing of ideas. Gear up by knowing your first line of defense: proper mental flow, basic structuring and placing the right images where and when you need it in your screenplay.

The basic concepts in screenplay will be facilitated by Nick Olanka. A director and scriptwriter, Olanka is a graduate of UP Film and Audio-Visual Communication. His independent works have been in competition in several local and international Film Festivals. An active film practitioner currently working for a major film studio, his broad theatre experience contributes to his pursuing passion for the visual art.

Schedule: October 16, 17, 18, 23 , 24, 25 ( 1-4pm )
Course fee: P6,000.00

by At Maculangan

With newer and newer technology coming into the scene, digital photography in the last decade has been becoming more and more available to students, hobbyists and professionals. This workshop is about the fundamentals of digital photography, from conceptualization to actual taking of photos to post-production. To maximize and experiment with the properties of the digital camera is to maximize and experiment with one’s own creativity. Depth of field, shutter speed, sensitivity and exposure will be some of the words going to be used in this workshop, as well as megapixels, CMOS and memory card capacity – several concepts that are unlikely to be discussed in photography using film (celluloid).

At Maculangan is well known in the Philippine art scene as a photographer and a visual artist. He is a regular contributor of Manila ’s top magazines. His background in visual arts and film gained him an edge as an art and culture photographer of choice particularly for documentation of contemporary art, artists and exhibitions.

Schedule: October 16, 17, 18, 23 ,24, 25 ( 10am - 4pm )
Requirement: D-SLR camera
Fee: P 6,000.00

Workshops are open to the public.

To register*, please drop by our office at:
UP Film Institute, 2/f cine adarna bldg. Magsaysay and Osmena Ave , UP campus, Diliman, QC.(across Bahay ng Alumni) Monday-Friday, 9-6pm

*please bring php500 downpayment to ensure your slot.

Last day of Registration: OCT 13, Tues

For inquiries:
925 02 86 (look for Mich )

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