$185 – $225

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Calgary Society of Independent Filmmakers

1725 10 Avenue Southwest

#100

Calgary, AB T3C 0K1

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Have you wondered what it would be like to shoot a scene on actual motion picture film? In this workshop participants learn the basics of exposure and camera operation with 16mm and Super 8mm cameras while shooting a scene for a silent film.

A variety of film stocks are used to show how each affects the story and the overall look of the film. After the film is processed, participants will return to view the results. Some shooting may take place outdoors, so please dress for the weather.

*Member Prices are for all current CSIF members and students. Must be able to provide valid proof of membership/student status prior to workshop. Please contact CSIF if you are unsure of your membership status @ 403-205-4747 or production@csif.org.

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Philip Letourneau is a Cinematographer who has had the pleasure of working on a variety of projects ranging from dramas and documentaries, to corporate videos, commercials, and music videos. He has worked with a several film and digital formats including Red, Alexa, and HD as well as 35mm, 16mm, and Super 8mm film over the years. He is a member of the Canadian Society of Cinematographers and a long time member of the CSIF.

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