.Learn Premiere Pro & AfterEffects in Iceland
  CDMP231 - SHORT FILMMAKING: ON LOCATION / 2018

 

Ísland from Ryan Walker Photography on Vimeo.

 
 

Living in our world exposed to constant media sources, the sharing of information informs our reality. In this production class, we are looking at media arts, using the inspiration of art and popular culture. Innovative approaches to short filmmaking will the focus of the course. Motion will be explored in a digital environment, using principally After Effects & Premiere Pro. Combining technical and theoretical components, this unique course will take advantage of various shooting locations and cultural resources available in Reykjavik and surrounding areas, during the season of twenty-four hour light. This 10 day course will include lectures, organized visits, technical workshops in After Effects, Premiere Pro and critiques of student work.

Equivalent to one Professional elective from Table I, see Undergraduate Program Calendar.

Selected short films may be entered into international short film festivals or other relevant showcases.

Fee: TBA (not including flight or personals)
Deposit $500.00 (required when registering)

*Student Interview required prior to registration.

This course will be held in Reykjavik, Iceland (Dates: TBA)

The course fee covers course tuition, accommodation, local transit, guided tours, and entrance fees. Students are required to make their own transportation arrangements to and from Reykjavik.

Students are required to bring a laptop loaded with Adobe AfterEffects, Premiere Pro and a mini DV or digital SLR with video capture capabilities.

   

FACULTY BIOS

PIERRE TREMBLAY, M.F.A.
Pierre is a Canadian-born multimedia artist who came to Ryerson after twelve years in Paris, France where his work can
be found in the collections of the Musée Carnavalet, Bibliothèque nationale and the Musée Rodin. In France, Pierre was working commercially for Bayard Presse, as an art director for award winning CD-ROMs. His work as an artist has for twenty years combined new technology and photography and he has exhibited regularly in Canada and France. He has also taught at the Parsons School of Design in Paris.

Iceland Workshop - Workshop documentary (2016)

Iceland Workshop 14 Iceland Workshop - Workshop documentary (2014)

Carnet de notes Carnet de notes - Workshop documentary (2012)


2nd member of the group: KENT BJORNSSON – Professional Guide.

FOR FURTHER INFO:

Contact:             Pierre Tremblay
Telephone:        416.979.5000, ext 6851
Email:                pierre.tremblay@ryerson.ca

Web:                 http://ce-online.ryerson.ca/ce/.......................
(Listed in the Film Studies program or type CDMP231 in the search bar)

 

Images: Ryan Walker / 2012