The 1st Moro.Film Documentary Filmmaking Workshop
Moro.Film’s Documentary Workshop is a special hands-on intensive course designed for people who wish to study the art and craft of documentary filmmaking in an intense schedule.
For those with little or no filmmaking experience, this Workshop offers strong foundation skills through carefully crafted modules aimed at focused learning, hands-on production, and the opportunity to make a fully-realized documentary which could be exhibited at film festivals.
Workshop participants are expected to learn story development, scriptwriting, directing, lighting, editing, sound recording, producing, and marketing.
The Workshop is structured in a way that participants will be able to produce their own 10-minute documentary towards the end course. To achieve this end, only 25 participants will be accepted on a first-come-first-serve basis.
*October 15-16: Introduction, Story Development, Scriptwriting
*October 22-23: Directing, Lighting, Producing
October 24-28: Mentoring and Consultation (Groups will be given time and the opportunity for consultation to help them transform their proposed stories into these into filmic language.)
October 29-November 26: Production of documentaries, hands-on editing
*Screening of award winning documentaries after classes
MoroFilm, 5 Daud Apartment, Gov. Gutierrez Avenue, Cotabato City
The Workshop is conducted by Gutierrez Mangansakan II, an award-winning documentary filmmaker and writer. His first work ‘House under the Crescent Moon’ won Best Documentary at the 15th Gawad CCP para sa Alternatibong Pelikula at Video in 2000. His documentaries have been screened in various international film festivals in Malaysia, Japan, Singapore, US and Europe.
Students: PhP 2,000.00
Non-Students: PhP 5,000.00
* Inclusive of Lecture Kits, Workshop IDs, Certificates, and Snacks
A 10 percent discount is available to students who could come up with a good story proposal.
Deadline for registration
October 5, 2005
For inquiries and additional information, email [email protected] or call/SMS 0920.9049336.