Learn the process of creating a short film with a digital single-lens reflex camera camera. Over the course of this eight-week class, you’ll gain exposure to different forms of digital narrative storytelling. We’ll watch short films and clips by key artists, then explore techniques, from interviewing to lighting, audio, filming and camera technique. We’ll engage in group exercises and will have the opportunity to experience each aspect of the process, resulting in a completed group film. Expect a mixture of critique, hands-on skill building and technical development.
- Classes are confirmed one week prior to the start date. In order to help us confirm classes, please register as early as possible.
Students must have their own digital SLR camera but contact us if you do not have access to one.
About the Instructor
Kate Elizabeth Fowler is a photographer and filmmaker from Richmond, Virginia.
Kate holds a BFA in Photography & Filmmaking from Virginia Commonwealth University. She has served as the director of the Appalachian Media Institute, a project of Appalshop in Whitesburg, Kentucky. Formerly, Kate worked as the program coordinator of Magnum Foundation's Photography, Expanded initiative, which investigates documentary practice at the intersection of social justice and technology. She co-curated and produced their 2015 Photography, Expanded symposium at Parsons The New School for Design. She is currently on the editorial board of Roger May's Looking at Appalachia, a crowdsourced project that looks at photography in Appalachia, 50 years after the War on Poverty. Her writing and photography can be found on Burn Magazine, National Geographic, Oxford American, and American Suburb X.See More Classes By Instructor