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The International Digital Cinema Workshop is an intensive two-week workshop designed to teach beginning, intermediate, advanced students and professionals the art of film directing in the digital age. Specific attention is given to the director/actor relationship and the Nina Foch method for training actors. The workshop takes place on the California State University, San Bernardino campus, with field trips to Hollywood. Participants attend workshops and master classes with producers, directors and writers, while developing and shooting their own short scenes and projects. At the end of the workshop attendees will travel to Hollywood for an exclusive day of panel discussions, presentations and hands-on demos of all the latest digital production cameras at an important industry event. Afterwards, workshop attendees will be invited to a wrap party held in Hollywood. The International Digital Cinema Workshop is the brainchild of Randal Kleiser, Director of Grease, The Blue Lagoon, The Boy in the Plastic Bubble, Summer Lovers, Flight of the Navigator, White Fang, North Shore, Getting it Right, Love Wrecked, and It’s My Party.
- The Workshop integrates artistic vision with cutting edge technology
- An intensive exploration of the way technological advances in film making challenge and enhance the artistry of the director
- Expand your creative abilities and technical movie-making skills
- Get opportunities to interact with top-notch working professionals in the entertainment industry