October 20, 2018. 10AM to 4PM. Northwest Film Center. $45.
Visit https://nwfilm.org/classes/sound-design-creating-acoustic-worlds-for-the-screen/ for more information and to register.
Sound design is not about software, catchy music or cool sounding effects. It’s about emotional response: how a combination of dialogue, music, sound effects, designed sounds and backgrounds supports character development and the dramatic elements of the story. This workshop will explore how powerful sound can be by looking deeply at different artistic choices and their influences the meaning of a scene. The different stages and workflow of sound design will be discussed in detail, from reading the script, to reviewing the rough cut and the final mix. Continue reading... “Workshop: Sound Design—Creating Acoustic Worlds For The Screen”
The NW Film Center School of Film presents a new class:
A new 4-week class beginning Tuesday, May 7, 6:30-9:30 PM
Taught by food stylist Dolores Custer REGISTER NOW
The art of preparing food for the camera.
Topics: Selecting and working with different foods (which ones work, which ones don’t); learn to produce steam on demand, a chilled beverage with a splash, cheese melting over a hamburger, grill marks on meats, the perfect dollop, and much more; propping; working as a team with the cinematographer; working on location under minimum conditions; try out techniques and shoot them with basic cameras; last class is devoted to a small group project on a chosen food.
Whether you are an experienced filmmaker or just waiting to make a splash, now is the time to dive in. FUNDAMENTAL & INTENSIVE SCREENWRITING, DIGITAL EDITING, and SOUND DESIGN & EDITING are only a few of the alluring spring classes at the Film Center.
The Northwest Film Center is only 10 days out from the epic conclusion of their mission to raise enough funds to EXPAND the experience of your summer’s TOP DOWN: ROOFTOP CINEMA–by expanding the size of the screen. Your Screen.
And they NEED HELP. YOUR HELP!
This Project was intended, as with all of NWFC initiatives, to create the best environment and experience for our audience.
For the NW Film Center, life goes on after the Portland International Film Festival. In addition to PIFF the Film Center host year-round exhibition screenings as well as educational outreach programs, workshops, and production classes and we do all of this as a non-profit.
The Film Center depends on grants, sponsorship support, our loyal members & volunteers, as well as fundraising to make everything we