Sunday, March 1
@ Stumptown Coffee
(1115 12th Ave., Seattle, WA 98122)
1:00pm to 4:00pm
Age range: 10-14
* Teens 15+ who are interested in attending can email Jonah@nwfilmforum.org about volunteering at the workshop.
Capacity: 12–15 students
Cost: $45 General; $35 Members
**Scholarships available: email email@example.com **
**Skate Like a Girl will be present to share info about skating opportunities for youth!**
This workshop will cover all the bases about skateboard filmmaking including camera setups, operation, and editing. You’ll learn about the history, pros/cons of cameras, resources, & distribution. Students will be allowed to demo camera gear and techniques with the instructor. Leave with the knowledge and inspiration to make a great skate film.
For maximum safety, instructors (not students) will be doing all the skating during filming, but students are encouraged to bring their own recording devices. Camcorders and iPads will also be provided for practice, and students will learn how fun and easy it is to make amazing skate films with phones or other cameras they have access to.
* NOTE FOR PARENTS: You are welcome to sign your child in and return at the end for pickup. There will also be a comfy space adjacent to the workshop for family members to wait and watch the fun.
ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR:
Leo Bañuelos is a multi-faceted artist/filmmaker emerging in Seattle–originally from Florida. Leo has been independently making skateboarding films for over 12 years, along with assisting brand’s like Foundation Skateboards, Format Skateboards and Adidas footwear. Experienced and partial to film & digital cinematography, Leo believes storytelling through skateboarding is possible on any budget.
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