Designing and Executing THE Action Shot: Motion and Movement Workshop

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Originally Aired - Tuesday, April 16   |   1:00 PM - 6:00 PM PT

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Taking place as part of the all new CineCentral Open Air Lab space, real-world demonstrations and immersive training exercises will be presented.  Each participant will be given maximum exposure to the use of cranes, stabilized remote heads, and dollies.

Action scenes will be designed, blocked and executed using these cinematic tools.  Participants will gain knowledge of the benefits and experiment on how and when to use these tools for storytelling and audience engagement.  Instructors are respected camera operators, 1st camera assistants and grips, all with noteable credits and broad experience.

The workshop size is limited to allow each participant one-on-one time with instructors and maximize the opportunity to personnally experience the latest in cinematic content capture technology in this unique real world environment.


And Check it Out - In addition to all of the exciting programming in CineCentral, don't miss the 'Open to All' Content Creation Bonus Programming in the West Hall.  Topics include basics of film capture, insights from pioneers in Cine+Live, and case studies highlighting Oppenheimer analog workflow & the new studio build of Caliente TV (presented in Spanish).


DeJon Ellis II
Dolly Grip
IATSE Local 80
Dave Frederick
Camera Operator
Sergio Gutierrez
Dolly Grip
IATSE Local 80
Jenny McShane
Producer, Dolly Grip
IATSE Local 80