Wednesday, June 25, 2008

Camera training

Insight News Television will be holding a 2-day intensive Single Camera
Film-Making course that will arm you with the basic skills necessary to
single-handedly shoot a documentary.

The Overview: In classes of no more than 15, participants will be given:
1. both practical and theoretical lessons on all technical aspects of
camera work (including lighting and sound)
2. insights into more creative aspects of film-making from interview
techniques and camera angles, to filming in volatile environments and the
realities of international and human rights journalism

The Tutors: Participants will be taught by Insight News Television's
Managing Editor and Bafta award winning Director, Ron McCullagh, with
additional lectures given by the internationally acclaimed journalist
Sorious Samura.

Date: Sat 2nd and Sun 3rd Aug
Location: Clapham Common

The Fee: 275 for students, 295 for Shooting people members, 330 for
individuals, and 550 for corporate.

The Company: Insight News Television is a multiple award winning (Bafta,
Emmys) documentary production company. It is Insight News Television's
desire to make the important interesting, and we are committed to
nurturing new generations of documentary film makers who share in this
goal.

For more information on Insight News Television, you can visit our website
at www.insightnewstv.com

Contact: If you would like more information on the course, please call
Charlotte van Gool on 020 7738 8344, or e-mail
insightnewstelevision@gmail.com alternatively you can visit:
www.insightnewstv.com/training to book your place on the course now.

Testimonials:
Mareo Serena: "...the best course I have been to. I don't know how I
managed to learn so much in such a short time..."

Hodan Yusuf: "I have respect for the work Insight does and this training
was an ideal opportunity to learn from the best."

Shelly Hopkins: "The teaching was excellent, professional and direct and
instilled my faith in ethical documentary filmmaking."

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