July 21, 2021 @ 3:00 pm – 6:00 pm
Unlock the Art of cinema. In this four-part class you will learn the theory and the technology behind the cut. Through practical real-world editing lessons learn how to control your voice and define your narrative. In this four-part once a week workshop students will be guided through the theory and the technology that go into making a cut. Through practical real-world editing lessons using Davinci Resolve 17 participants will learn how to deconstruct and define their narrative through montage. Led by instructor Nate Estabrooks each week of the class will be divided into a progression designed to encourage new editors and to challenge experienced filmmakers alike.
Nate Estabrooks is a graduate of the prestigious Norman Jewison Canadian Film Centre and member of the Director’s Guild of Canada. Nate Estabrooks is a workshop instructor with a wide and practical film path to draw from. As a talented feature director, VFX artist and award-winning screenwriter, he is a founding member of Space Tigers Inc, a production pipeline offering VFX and post-production services and continues to develop his toolset through 360 videos, VR storytelling and computer-generated imagery.
Week 1 – History and Technology
Week 2 – Theory and Examples
Week 3 – Practical Cutting
Week 4 – Finishing
Zoom Account (register for the free account here). Link for the virtual classroom will be sent to participants on Tuesday, April 27th.
Before the first session of this workshop, participants must download and install the free software Davici Resolve 16, available here: https://www.blackmagicdesign.com/products/davinciresolve.
This workshop is PWYC by donation (with a minimum donation of $50 to register). Fees for this workshop can be waived if access to funds is a barrier to participation, for more information please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
DARC is unable to provide course attendee refunds for cancellations. DARC reserves the right to cancel or reschedule courses if necessary.