The summer seminar of the Pixel Film School, organized by the University of Rijeka is imagined as a set of courses and workshops to be held by three internationally established film authors.
The lecturers will talk about specific aspects of filmmaking, and will show examples of their own work as an illustration of particular problems. Each of the lecturers will show one or more feature films, after which the participants will have time for questions regarding the film or about the wider experience of working on a movie.
The topics of the lectures and the workshops are going to be concerned with creating, producing and selling a first movie, the problem of literature to film adaptations, short films, working with actors, and means of expression in movies and the use of light for achieving a dramatic effect. The workshop has an interdisciplinary approach because film, being a business in constant flux, cannot be adequately approached in isolation from other fields.
The course will be held in english.
1st - 5th July 2013, Rijeka - Croatia
Vanja Černjul (New York / USA), director of photography
Goran Dukić (Los Angeles / USA), director and screenwriter
Mike Cahill (New York / USA), director and screenwriter
150 € (UNIRI students)
Any high school graduate is eligible for application.
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