Save the date: April 4th (postponed from the Feb. 27th date)Where: Wolf Performance Hall, 251 Dundas St, London, ON N6A 6H9When: Session 1 10:00am-11:30am, lunch break, Session 2 12:15-1:45pm Cost: $FREEBus Funding? Please email firstname.lastname@example.org
If you are unable to attend, please register for our online viewing.
Youth Film Festival Entries due June 1st, 2019https://www.forestcityfilmfest.ca/youthfilmfestival
Spaces are limited and reserved on a first come first served basis. Schools are asked to arrive around 9:30am for students to find their seats before the start time at 10:00 am. Please make your cheque payable to Forest City Film Festival for student entry fees.
Session 1, 10:00-11:30 amUnderstanding the Festival Categories
Specific to the rules and categories for the 2019 Forest City Youth Film Festival, this session will dive into the fundamentals of how to create an effective short film. Join filmmaker and screenwriting instructor Jordan Morris in this fun and interactive seminar where you can learn about the key elements of any narrative and/or documentary short film, and gain a deeper understanding of the Youth Film Festival category entries. Let us help YOU make a better movie!
Session 2, 12:15-1:45 pmWorking with Talent - Live demonstration
Join us for this fascinating looking into how an professional director can elevate the performance of their talent and change the dynamics of a scene. Romy Goulem, Advanced Filmmaking, Fanshawe College will take a couple of actors through a table read/breakdown of a scene and then "put it on its feet" in front of a camera in a few ways that will including choices from the audience. A very interactive session great for future filmmakers, actors and writers alike.