LIFT’s Summer 2011 Filmmaking Workshops

Liaison of Independent Filmmakers of Toronto (LIFT) SUMMER 2011 FILM AND DIGITAL WORKSHOPS We have over 45 workshops this season!

Registration opens TUESDAY MAY 17th at 10AM at our facility located at 1137 Dupont Street (at Gladstone Avenue), Toronto ON

Full information online at http://lift.ca/workshops

WORKSHOP REGISTRATION:
Please register in person at LIFT (Cash, Interac, Visa, Mastercard and American Express) or by phone (credit card only) at (416) 588-6444 Ext. 222

Summer 2011 Workshops:
16mm Filmmaking Intensive
35mm Filmmaking
ACTRA Information Session
Advanced Optical Printing with the Oxberry 1700
Art of the Interview
Art of the Interview
Assistant Directing
Assistant Editing with Final Cut Pro
Bolex 16mm Camera
Business Affairs of Producing
Camera Theory
Directing Actors for Film
Documentary Editing
Documentary Field Production
Documentary Film Writing
Editing Aesthetics
Editing On Film
Final Cut Studio
Grant Writing for Arts Councils
Handprocessing Black and White Film
Interactive Art Using Pure Data
Intermediate Final Cut Pro
Introduction to Adobe Premiere Pro
Introduction to After Effects
Introduction to Cinematography
Introduction to Directing Film
Introduction to Documentary Filmmaking
Introduction to Final Cut Pro: Class A
Introduction to Final Cut Pro: Class B
Introduction to Flash
Introduction to Independent Filmmaking
Lighting Fundamentals
Location Sound Recording
Optical Printing with the JK
Photoshop for Filmmakers
Post Mortem Intensive: Min Sook Lee’s “Tiger Spirit”
Post-Production Fundamentals for Directors
Producing Documentary Film
Producing Dramatic Film
Short Film Writing
Sound Design with Pro Tools
Still Photography and Darkroom Processing
Super 8mm Filmmaking Intensive
Telecine
Video Production with the Sony EX1
Voice-Over Techniques
Websites for Artists
Zoetropes: Introduction to Pre-Cinema Technologies

LIFT is supported by its membership, Canada Council for the Arts, Ontario Arts Council, Ontario Trillium Foundation, Ontario Arts Foundation, the Government of Ontario and the City of Toronto through the Toronto Arts Council.

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