MASTER CLASS: VISUAL STORYTELLING: THE EYE OF THE CINEMATOGRAPHERCinematography is the art of telling stories through meaningful images. It is a voyage through Light. It is the subtext of emotion, attitude and point-of-view in a film. It is a means by which the director’s vision of the script is implemented from moment-to-moment through the use of light, composition, color and the blocking of the actors within a landscape, location or interior set. Using clips from his body of work and that of the masters, cinematographer Frederic Goodich ASC will discuss how great cinematography -- whether shot on film or digital -- is not about ‘capturing’, but rather about ‘creating and constructing’ images. Cinematographers don’t just ‘take’ pictures they ‘make pictures’.
Dreamers preceded by KickStart Theft and followed by a Master Class with Director, Producer and Cinematographer Frederic Goodich ASC
St Patrick's Episcopal Church
September 28, 2013 10:30 am