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2022.04.09


The Lockdown Sessions: Making Content in One Location

(4 customer reviews)

$10.20

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Description

Creating visual storytelling in a single location is one of the biggest challenging aspects of filmmaking. It is also a challenge that we are all facing right now. So how can you tell a compelling story without being able to use your ideal resources? This session will cover writing, directing, producing, and collaboration for web content made in one location.

Who this session is for

Anyone that wants to respond to the adversity of the current lockdown situation with creativity. This session will cover several disciplines, so writers, directors, producers and filmmakers of all stripes are encouraged to join.

What you will learn

  • How to write content that doesn’t necessitate several locations,
  • How to make the most of what you have on screen,
  • How to navigate the logistics of a shoot in one place,
  • How to get audiences to engage with your content.

About the speakers

Kate Shenton is the award-winning writer-director of the short film Send in the Clowns, and of feature films On Tender Hooks and Egomaniac. She is a faculty member of Raindance’s MA in Filmmaking.
Baptiste Charles is a programmer for the Raindance Film Festival, and programme registrar of Raindance’s MA in Filmmaking. He is the producer of the award-winning short film Alder.
Together, Kate Shenton and Baptiste Charles collaborated on the hit web-series NETFL!X AND KILL.

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4 reviews for

2022.04.09


The Lockdown Sessions: Making Content in One Location

  1. Catherine Halder (verified owner)

    The talks confirmed some of the more obvious aspects to consider and to consolidate ways of coping with filming in a confined are using simplified scripts but became repetitive. The need for effective dialogue and/or concepts were emphasised but some actual good film examples of these would have gone a long way. Lots of links for further guidance were offered.

  2. Dan Bachmann (verified owner)

    Great pace touching on many points perfect for someone new to the scene like myself. Connected concept to reality by providing links as we went through the talk. Questions addressed very well. It may have been the best of Lockdown Sessions so far.

  3. Barbara Vonau

    Very good overview and inspiring , very motivating. Practical tips and efficient delivery for the one hour time slot.

  4. Kal Sabir (verified owner)

    Insightful session full of useful tips and advice on how to film in one location.

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