When:
April 3, 2019 @ 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm America/Chicago Timezone
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2019-04-03T19:30:00-05:00
Cost:
$80.00

Behind the Scenes: A Class on How Movies are Made

Have you ever sat through the credits of a film and thought, “Gee it takes a lot of folks to make a movie” or “What do all these people even do”?

Well, we’ve got answers! Join our instructor and film industry professional Rich Hansil for a peek behind the curtain to see how a movie gets made. In this four-part series, you’ll learn what goes on in the different departments of a film production, you’ll see examples from some of your favorite movies, and you’ll leave each session with a small homework assignment to put your new knowledge to the test.

This series is perfect for anyone who wants to learn more about filmmaking – whether you’d like to work on a film set yourself someday, or you’re just curious and interested in learning more! If you’re looking for some brain food to fuel your learning, you may order from Abby Singer’s Bistro to be delivered to you in class.

CLASS SCHEDULE
APRIL 3: Who are all those people in the credits? A breakdown of all the jobs on a film set

APRIL 10: The Look: An in-depth look at what goes into designing the look of a movie, starting with the job of a production designer.

APRIL 17: The Camera: How the movie gets captured: an in-depth look at the camera department, seen through the eyes of the director of photography.

APRIL 24: Putting it All Together: The Post department – it’s more than just the editor!

The registration fee of $80 ($60, RFC members) covers all sessions in the four-week course

ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR
Rich Hansil has worked in TV, Film and Digital Media for the last 20 years, working both in the U.S. and abroad. Starting as a production assistant on the Michael Bay extravaganza Armageddon, Hansil went on to learn each facet of filmmaking from the ground up by working in various departments. In addition to working as Director of Photography on national, regional and local commercials, he has well over 100 aired hours of TV at the Executive Producer/Co-EP level, and has produced scripted, documentary and reality projects for outlets from theatrical to network to Netflix.

In his spare time, Hansil is proud to work with the Robinson Film Center and Louisiana Film Prize‘s Film Prize Junior

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