I have been making short nature documentaries on youtube for a while. I am almost finished with my first full-length documentary. So much work has gone into this one. It will explore the volcanic history of Newberry Volcanic Monument. I plan to do an online premiere on August 28th at 7 pm on YouTube.
Admission: $99 for OMPA members; $199 for non-members. Coffee and lunch included.
If you’re an aspiring or working professional looking to up your game in terms of both technical knowledge and craft, then this is the event for you. This full-day workshop by Jem Schofield of theC47 will focus on small crew video production, including effective planning for your productions, small crew production gear (cameras, lenses, support & grip), audio tips & tricks, and lighting techniques that are best suited for small to no crew productions. Continue reading... “OMPA’s Final Master Class Of 2019: Small To No Crew Production”
You don’t want to miss this one! Immersive technology is evolving fast, and you need to keep up to stay competitive. Join us at OMPA’s upcoming Master Class where VR Director of Photography and Technical Advisor Jim Geduldick (The Martian, Transformers, Discovery) will demystify the latest tools and how they’re relevant to your work. No technology background required!
We’ll also be raffling off thousands of dollars in giveaways, including high-end gear from G-Tech, Wacom, f-stop, Insta360 and more.
Tickets: $25 for OMPA members; $50 for non-members
DIY Documentary is NW Documentary’s flagship course: a 10-week journey to create a short film from start to finish. We welcome students ages 15 and up with all levels experience to tell a story that is meaningful to them, expressing their personal vision and style using the latest digital tools. Supplementary Editing coursework (Premiere or Final Cut X) and Camera/Lighting courses support the DIY student in achieving their vision. The class culminates in a screening of DIY films at the Clinton Street Theatre. Continue reading... “DIY Workshops at NW Documentary”
Portland State University’s growing film program has made room for students to spend some time working on the set of “Portlandia”, gaining invaluable experience, as well as personal connections. Six students worked on the IFC show this fall in various different departments. Read More: “Let knowledge serve Portlandia“.
Inspire homeless and marginalized youth with your knowledge and expertise. Outside the Frame seeks local Cinematographers, Sound Mixers, Gaffers, Editors, Composers, Animators, and other film industry professionals to join for our pool of paid mentors. Full and half day workshops sessions or post production work available.
Winter Workshop: INTRO WORKSHOP, January 22 + 28-31, 2016 Spring Break Workshop: MAKE A SILENT FILM, March 21-25, 2016 Summer Workshop I: ADVANCED WORKSHOP, July 25-29 + August 1-2, 2016 Summer Workshop II: INTRO WORKSHOP, August 8-12, 2016
Andy Mingo is a Portland-based director/producer. He gained recognition as several of his films were included at national and international film festivals and screenings. His most recent film, ‘Romance’ was adapted from a story by ‘Fight Club’ author, Chuck Palahniuk. ‘Romance’ made its world premiere at the 2012 Raindance Film Festival and went on to screen at Cinequest, the Seattle True Independent Film Festival, and the 2013 Portland Film Festival. In 2012 Andy was invited to the Paris-Sorbonne University where he lectured on the process of adapting Chuck Palahniuk’s fiction to the screen. Continue reading... “Director & Educator Andy Mingo”
Last week, web series creator Scotty Iseri received some good news on the startup venture he’s bringing into existence in September 2012; The Oregon Governor’s Office of Film & Television granted Iseri’s newest project, The Digits, to be the office’s first Next Generation media project to receive production rebates through the Indiginous Production Fund.
The Digits is an interactive “Appisode”, that involves a trio of lovable live action characters who travel the galaxy fighting evil. Iseri’s mission with The Digits is two-fold in helping 7-to-13 year olds love math and to feel good about their intelligence.
Colour Box Makeup Studios founder Kerry Herta, a 2011 Emmy nominee, returns to Portland to teach aspiring makeup artists the latest techniques used in HD/Film makeup.
While these workshops were scheduled to accommodate students on waiting lists following workshops earlier this year in Portland and Seattle, there are still five spots remaining. The workshops – the five-day Makeup Artist Boot Camp and one-day Airbrush Seminar – will be held Aug. 31-Sept. 5, 2011, and are again limited to 12 aspiring artists, all of whom will be trained by Herta and complete assignments using live models and industry-leading products and equipment. Continue reading... “Five Spots Remain for Next HD/Film Makeup Workshop”