THE ART OF CREATING MUSIC VIDEOS ON A SHOESTRING BUDGET

(Intro – Theory)
Date: 
Saturday, May 13, 2017 -
10:30am to 4:00pm
Fee: 
Film Co-op Members: 
$25.00
Non-Members: 
$35.00
Class Limit: 
8
Instructor: 
Steve Doiron
Location: 
Saint John Free Public Library, Room #1
1 Market Square
Saint John , NB
Canada
New Brunswick
Workshop Description: 

Music Video can be one of the most accessible ways that individuals can begin a career in directing. By its very nature, the music video is stylistic, expressive, evocative, and free of many of the constraints of standard narrative filmmaking.

The instructor will go over the essential elements of what goes into making a music video, including: choosing the right band and the right song, creating the look of the video and its overall aesthetic style, planning the music video shoot, learning how to shoot and keep the film in sync with the lyrics and editing, and adding visual special effects.

Instructor's Biography: 
Steven Doiron is an award winning filmmaker who has produced and directed over twelve films and music videos, as well as assisted on other New Brunswick and Nova Scotia film projects. Over the past six years he has combined his love of music and storytelling into music videos for both international and local stars.  His film awards include Best Music Video at the 2012 Silver Wave Film Festival, as well as Best Horror Film at the 2010 and 2013 Silver Wave Film Festivals. His work with Saint John based Mike Biggar has gained him two Music Video Of The Year nominations from Music New Brunswick (2011 and 2014). He is also a nine-year member of the New Brunswick Film Co-op and teaches an annual filmmaking workshop in Saint John. He is currently entrenched in the Saint John music video scene while he writes and re-writes his latest films. 
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