B-Y-O-Laptop: INTRO TO EDITING & COLOUR IN DAVINCI RESOLVE

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Cineworks Independent Filmmakers Society

1131 Howe Street

(back alley entrance)

Vancouver, BC V6Z 2L7

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Cut, edit, colour and export your own film & video projects at home!

This one-day intensive workshop is here for those looking to edit and colour correct their own videos using their personal laptop using the free, industry-standard software Davinci Resolve. Designed as a professional colour grading software, Resolve also has a robust video editing platform perfect for first-time filmmakers and DIY enthusiasts ready to take post-production into their own hands.

In this workshop, you’ll be introduced to strategies for workflow, file management, editing techniques, export settings and all the basic principles for colour correction. By the end of this workshop, you’ll be able to cut and colour grade your footage and deliver your own projects!

****When you register for this course, you’ll need to bring the following with you:

  • Your own laptop (Mac & PC are ok) with Davinci Resolve 15 already pre-installed and tested.

  • You should also ensure you have enough internal or external storage to edit a short sequence (min. 4GB).



Date
: Sunday September 15th 2019

Time: 10:00AM-4:30PM

Location: Cineworks Indepdent Filmmakers Society, 1131 Howe Street (see accessibility notes below)

Cost: General admission: $40 | Cineworks members: $25




Accessibility:

Cineworks is currently solely accessible via back alley entrance located between Howe Street and Hornby Street. There is limited free parking at our alley entrance, with additional metered street parking on Howe Street. This event will take place in our studio on ground level, which is wheelchair accessible. Our washroom is gender neutral and located on the second floor and is not accessible by wheelchair access. Please email us at admin@cineworks.ca if you require any further information.


Instructor Profile:

Jason Cooper is an editor and colourist. With industry experience that ranges from; offline editor to online editor to colorist, post-production supervisor, editing supervisor and work-flow consultant. He’s earned credits on full length feature films and international television, several shorts, commercials, music videos as well as documentary and news programs.

Cooper has significant experience teaching the technical aspects of editing and is known by the nick-name “Final Cut Coach”. He’s an accomplished post- production educator, deeply versed in all aspects including; editing, color correction, sound design, visual effects and compositing.


About Cineworks:

Cineworks is an artist-run production and exhibition centre that supports independent filmmakers, media artists and audiences. Through initiatives that foster dialogue and experimentation with cinematic practices, we engage our membership and the broader community through the transformative power of the moving image.

Cineworks pays respect to the xwməθkwəy̓əm (Musqueam), Skwxwú7mesh (Squamish) and Səl̓ílwətaʔ/Selilwitulh (Tsleil-Waututh) First Nations on whose unceded territories our organization and this workshop is based. We are committed to dialogue and collaboration with Indigenous artists and communities, amid the ongoing social, cultural and environmental effects of colonialism both locally and globally. cineworks.ca


About F-O-R-M:

F-O-R-M is a youth focused movement-on-screen festival; founded in 2015 by dance artist Sophia Wolfe with the support of Company 605 and Kristina Lemieux. F-O-R-M was created from a lack platforms in the city for young artists to create and share films that center around the body in motion. We are committed to supporting youth and emerging artists in through opportunities to learn and gain experience in the filmmaking process. Meanwhile, building a community of creators to share and present their work. F-O-R-M encourages community-building among peers and engagement of audiences with short films that inspire them to see movement from new perspectives. f-o-r-m.ca



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1131 Howe Street

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Vancouver, BC V6Z 2L7

Canada

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Eventbrite's fee is nonrefundable.

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