Studio on filmmaking in relation to city and architecture
The Film & Architecture Studio offers a comprehensive way to use cinematic language in architecture and urban design. From research, scriptwriting and storyboarding, to filming and post production. The course focuses on learning and understanding the narrative of filmmaking and its application in the design process, a hands-on studio in which students will be structuring stories and going through all stages of filmmaking.
The studio is a condensed course that offers new ways of researching the built environment and turning this research into well-structured and gripping stories. It is a class where students and young professionals are introduced to essential elements of filmmaking and learn how to relate these to architecture and the city.
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The Film & Architecture Studio is organised in co-operation with the Architecture Film Festival Rotterdam (www.affr.nl), and curated by international filmmaker and architect Jord den Hollander, featuring award-winning filmmaker Lotte Schreiber and internationally renowned editor Gys Zevenbergen.
Although it might be helpful F&AST does not require an advanced knowledge in filmmaking or special equipment like camera’s and editing tools. All recording tools are welcome, but a smartphone and a lap top will do as a minimum.
UPDATE: The minimum number of 12 participants has been reached, so the course will definitely continue. There are only a few places still available, so make sure to register on time.
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