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Make A Film (11-13 Years) 9–13 October

9 Oct 2017 to 13 Oct 2017
9am-3pm
Learn film-making from industry professionals.
Event type: 
Workshop/Seminar
Price: 
$300
Venue: 
TAPAC, The Auckland Performing Arts Centre
Address: 
100 Motions Road, Western Springs
Region: 
Auckland

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LEARN FILMMAKING FROM THE PROS

Ever wanted to make your own films? Now you can!

Learn the basics of filmmaking at our fun and creative 5-day programme these holidays. Write a story, then shoot and edit your short film. You can experience the collaborative environment of the filmmaking process, whether your role is in front or behind the camera!

Put your creative mind to work by screenwriting, directing, acting, editing and sound recording. You will not be limited to only one role, and you will be guided every step of the way by industry professionals. Learning the 'language' of film is an important part of this programme as is being creative with limited resources. It will be rewarding and lots of fun. At the end of the week you will have a film of your own creation that you can share with pride.

Plus your films will be screened at 3pm on Friday 13 October to an invited audience. Get your family and friends to come along!

You will also be able to watch your film/s at home via a link that will be emailed the following week.

What better way to spend the holidays than being a film-maker?

Teaching artists include:

Kyan Krumdieck

Kyan Krumdieck is an award-winning filmmaker who has been writing, editing and directing his own films since high school. He has filmed over 20 dramatic shorts, experimental films, music videos and documentaries.

His films have won Best Student Film at Show Me Shorts 2015 and Best Picture at the University of California Berkeley Campus Movie Fest competition in 2011. Last year, Kyan's lead actress in his 48 Hours Competition entry Marian et Charlie won the Best Actress award at the Auckland finals.

Kyan's most recent project is a Webseries pilot for TVNZ's New Blood Competition. The Sisterhood stars Amanda Billing and Joshua McKenzie and will premiere in June.

In the last year, Kyan has worked on the comedy show 7 Days, and as a writer on Shortland Street.

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For more information, contact us!

Written by

The Auckland Performing Arts Centre

29 Aug 2017

Interests One of the city's most popular performance and rehearsal venues TAPAC inclusively serves the creative needs and interests of a diverse performing arts community. Tapac is Auckland’s most vibrant, contemporary, purpose built city fringe performing arts facility.