AWESOME is the first word that comes to mind when I think about the training that just finished at the AFI Film Institute’s Lights, Camera, Education! at SMU. During Day Two, we revisited our projects for the rough edit and final cuts. We ended up with a really cool product that we can be proud of. You can watch "Flash" here.
Making a video was described as being like a writing project. You have to have preparation time (storyboarding), rough draft (first shots), revision (refilming scenes, changing lighting, etc.), and the completed product (final cut). No wonder it’s called video storytelling!
I learned too much to put in just one blog post, so check future posts from guest bloggers who’ll have a different perspective. In the meantime, comment on this post if you attended — let everyone in Texas know what a great tool screen education can be!