Moviement - Film Screenings, Workshops, Talks & Networking
Where: Hamilton House, 80 Stokes Croft, Bristol,, BS1 3QY
When: 29 November 2014 10:00am to 30 November 2014 12:00am
Moviement is a special one day event, brought to you by a number of Bristol filmmaking groups.
These groups have joined forces to host a film and networking event, which champions independent and short film production taking place in Bristol. The event provides networking and social opportunities for film creatives looking to meet contacts and to work on local productions. It also provides film enthusiasts with an insight into the type of independent productions that are being made by filmmakers experimenting with short film.
Moviement is an all day event, which takes place on Saturday, November 29th at Hamilton House, Stokes Croft, Bristol.
During the day (10am to 4pm), film lecturer Ian Pirrie will be running a Raindance Bristol film course, which helps filmmakers learn about screenwriting and writing a complete and compelling story. The course also teaches the basics of better film production (framing, composition, sound, producing and directing), setting-up and shooting a short sequence with lighting, together with post-production sound and editing skills.
The cost of the one day film course is £49.99 and tickets are available for purchase on the Bristol Film website - www.bristolfilm.org
The film course will be followed by an evening's entertainment, which kicks-off from 7pm onwards.
CineMe (www.cinemefilms.com), who have been running short film events over the past 6 years, will be joined by 2 Bristol cameramen and filmmakers, who will be discussing and screening their work and answering audience questions.
Jon Davey has worked on a number of music videos for Collision films, shooting music promos for Radiohead, Scissor Sisters, Kula Shaker and The Off Spring. He has worked alongside actor Simon Pegg on A Fantastic Fear of Everything, the Bristol animation company bolexbrothers, several TV commercials, whilst also appearing as some of the famous monsters in TV's Doctor Who.
The second guest is Joshua Gaunt, who works regularly with production company Screen 3 Productions, where he has been involved in the making of the short documentaries Life of Brian's, Born To Be Mild and The Magic Roundabout. He has worked on music promos, animations and is a workshop artist.
The evening's entertainment will also include stand-up comedy and music from DJ's Ned Kelly and Will I'm Not.
Admission for the evening events is £8 Door, or £6 Advance on the Bristol Film Website - www.bristolfilm.org
Entry Cost: Evening events £8 Door, £6 Advance
Posted by: James Ewen | 21-11-2014
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