Courses coming up at Open Channel in March 2015:
Wednesday evenings for 7 weeks
Suitable for beginners
$400 members / $480 non members
One day course (Saturday)
Learn all of the basics of this popular software
$330 members / $400 non – members
Opportunity to workshop your own project
Learn to produce film and tv from one of the best in the industry
Tuesday evenings 6.30pm – 8.30pm
October 4, 2014 – October 5, 2014
Do you want to add a powerful skill to your editing tool kit?
DaVinci Resolve 11 Lite is a free, powerful colour grading and media management tool, which has been an industry standard for feature film and television grading for many years.
You can use DaVinci Resolve 11 Lite to add a professional polish to your editing work. In a competitive freelance world, knowing how to use DaVinci Resolve 11 Lite can add great value to your client’s work, and make you stand out as a freelance editor!
This comprehensive workshop led by Peter Cave is an exercise-based course covering the foundations of colour grading using DaVinci Resolve 11 Lite, and exploring it’s powerful features.
After this course you will:
A small number of participants ensures you one-on-one tutoring while you learn DaVinci Resolve 11 Lite.
Who should do this course?
Editors who want their work to stand out! Editors who are preparing the final versions of their projects for distribution.
Where can I go after this course?
Upon completion of this course, editors will find their new colour grading skills in demand with post production houses, television networks and advertising agencies who are preparing work for distribution
How can I enrol?
Please enrol directly through this page. Please note that to receive Open Channel member price, you must be logged into this site as an Open Channel member. To purchase or renew your membership, please go to our membership page.
The Greek Film Festival has for the past three years ran a Student Film Festival, in which students from Primary, Secondary and University can submit short films. The films are generally produced by students in groups, under the guidance of their teachers.
This year, to support teachers with the production of these films, the Greek Community of Melbourne (which operates the Greek Film Festival) offered filmmaking workshops to these teachers, which also contributed towards their professional development.
The Open Channel Filmmaking Bootcamp took place onsite at the Greek Community of Melbourne’s community centre in Lonsdale Street. The introductory course provided teachers with the basic skills to produce a solid short film, with improved production values, which were then screened, as part of the competition, at the Greek Film Festival.
The teachers were enthusiastic – and some of them extremely competitive – the competition is a tight! For further information about the Festival visit: www.greekfilmfestival.com.au