Make Your Very First Short Film This 2011
Do you have aspirations of showing your film at the Cannes Film Festival?
Is your curiosity on the techniques behind that edgy video killing you? What about piecing your memories into a short film as a gift for the loved one?
The National Library Board (NLB) presents “digital sho(r)ts” – a 2-part Bear Fruit workshop by Lionel Chok. An Associate Artist at the Substation, Lionel will share the entire production process to making your first short film. Learn to conceptualise a short film at the end of the two sessions. This workshop is specially designed for adults and students who have an interest in filmmaking, or aspire to be a professional filmmaker.
This programme is fully sponsored by NLB, so all we’re looking for in you are:
(i) an interest in digital filmmaking
(ii) commitment to attend the two sessions
(iii) commitment to work on the film project outside course hours
(iv) a camera that can record video, and
(v) a laptop with Windows Movie Maker
How To Register
Drop an email to firstname.lastname@example.org by 3 March with the subject header “digital sho(r)ts” and include the following details”
(i) Name, NRIC, Contact Number
(ii) Why do you want to join this programme (in 250 words)