February 8, 2016
Ready for the K-State 48-Hour Film Festival?
Looking to participate in the K-State 48-Hour Film Festival, and want to brush up on your video production skills or even learn some of the basic techniques behind filmmaking? K-State students will have the opportunity to attend a series of free training workshops, led by K-State video producers and staff. Topics covered in these sessions will range from storytelling, audio production, camera and lighting techniques and filming with your cell phone or tablet.
The K-State 48-Hour Film Festival offers K-State students the opportunity to showcase their work and creativity through the creation of a short film, in only 48 hours. The kickoff begins March 31 and ends on April 2. The films will be judged by professional filmmakers throughout the Midwest and screened at the festival's exhibition and awards ceremony on April 9.
Visit www.k-state.edu/48filmfest for more information and to get your team signed up!
K-State 48-Film Festival — Training workshops schedule:
- The Basics of Story and Pre-Production 101 with Matthew Blomberg: 5 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 9, in 154 Dole Hall.
- Audio Production Part 1 with Tyler Traxson and Clarissa Weers: 6 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 16, at the Media Development Center.
- Audio Production Part 2 with Rusty Earl: 5 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 23, at the Catalyst Center in the College of Education.
- Video Production Basics Part 1 with Zach Weaver and Clarissa Weers: 6 p.m. Tuesday, March 8, at Dole Hall Studio A.
- Filming with your Camera Phone or other Smart Device with Rusty Earl: 5 p.m. Tuesday, March 22, at the Catalyst Center in the College of Education.