My classes will have flexible content and subject matter to the interest and knowledge of the students. In these meetings we will focus on: - Analyzing short films. (Argument, achievement, editing, photography and sound) - Analyze material created by the student. - Analyze arguments of films already produced. - Study of the history of cinema.
My teaching method is to find out what skills/knowledge my students need to know. I have taught 2nd year, 3rd year and 4th years Master students. I tailor my classes to what is required of the students. I am a good listener and a positive influence. I am driven to get results but also tactful and supportive when required to be.
I like to create the lessons based on a conversation about your goals and questions. From substantive advice on adjusting a script, thinking with you about a good production-based plan of approach to get a project off the ground, to finding your own identity as a maker.
Building on existing knowledge and interests, I develop important expertise. This means that basic knowledge is taught first and build upon developing more in-depth skills. When it comes to film espacially, students should focus on a more hands on approach as fast as possible; whether through analysis movies or producing films is depending on the student in question.
I use Blended Learning in my work, that is a mixture of digital and face to face techniques. I work with all levels of ability from beginners to advanced and SEN students. I create an individual learning plan, tailor made for each student. I can also offer careers advice. I am a fully qualified tutor and a member of the Education Workforce Council Wales.
My main methodology is debate, I believe that the classroom (even virtual) is a space for dialogue and horizontality. I am based on film theorists such as Andre Bazin, Jacques Aumont, Ismail Xavier and about the authors' own writings about their films.
I am willing to do individual and group lessons. I can tailor my teaching to what the student needs help in - for example, homework, assignments, productions. I am a very hands-on and approachable teacher. I enjoy teaching students Year 7-Year 12 and can even assist with University students I am proficient in English and a variety of IT needs - including Photoshop, Premiere Pro.
My teaching lessons are open to all, but would be particularly beneficial to those studying film studies/ film analysis at GCSE and A-Level.
Working hands on with any medium is what always works the best in this area. The more practice and exercise that a person can get in this area helps to define their individual voices, which is what would be encouraged in any of my classes.
I thrive to create a safe space for students of all ages to feel confident to give their input in regards to the topic at hand. We will analyse films, focus on script writing and any issues a student may have with their school assignments or help in general.
The film world is one where one needs to understand the whole process in order to be good at one particular section. It is one where the student needs to be encouraged to find their specific talent. Discuss ideas, gain input, then be disciplined in the approach in order to deliver the right result. When writing stories or scripts get the idea down on paper first even if it I not perfect.
My lesson will help you with your upcoming project including; concept development, script writing, story boarding, scheduling and everything else in between to get your work up and running! It will be an practical lesson, while using industry-level resources to give you the best insight into film making.
I very much believe in the maxim that good writing can't be taught. What *can* be taught is an approach and a process in order to maximise the potential of your story and your means of expressing it. I tailor my tutoring to the level and interests of the writers I work with, but broadly speaking my lessons involve stepping through the key process elements that make up a good script or screenplay.
From graduating as an Actor from both Dundee and Angus and on a part time Scholarship at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, I proceeded to establish myself in the Scottish Industry. I worked in industry leading Theatres and experienced a wealth of on the job learning. Now, having just graduated with a Masters in Filmmaking, I want to share that knowledge and experience.
My teaching method is a balance between theory and practical. Anything from equipment and practial work such as editing and screenwriting, to theory about different eras of film, I can help and provide an easier way to grasp difficult areas of study.
I believe that in order for a passion in filmmaking to be fostered, fun is an important quality. Creativity blossoms in the right environment. I believe in finding the interest you have in film and working to your strengths rather then pointing out your weaknesses. We all have strengths and I will insure that you have confidence in those strengths as well as additional knowledge going forward.
He holds a Masters Degree in Letters - Language, Culture and Speech from the University of Vale do Rio Verde (2018). Graduation in Audiovisual Production by Vale do Rio Doce University (2008). Specialization in Visual Arts: Culture and Creation by SENAC - MG (2010). Specialization in Distance Education Training at Universidade Paulista (2012). Technical course in Computing by ETEIT-UNIVALE (2004).
We will look at key areas of script writing for television, including structure, acts, themes, character and genre.
My teaching method is getting to know each student individually and expressing what makes us all different, unique, and special
My teaching methods are including experimental and artistic theories. I base my classes on basic principles of cinematography. I approach topic by different art disciplines like cinema, photography, literature, philosophy, psychology, acting, performance art, writing, etc.
The approach of the subject will be broad and universal so that the student can write a short, medium or feature for film or television, according to their preference. It is not necessary to have previous experience and to possess it, this course can be a reaffirmation of the concepts and an opportunity to carry out different exercises that improve your writing or creativity.
I did my graduation back in Pakistan in 2016 but got many opportunities before even finishing it. I had worked with two time Oscar winning Sharmeen Obaid Chinoy as an editing intern and I believe that it was the time when it all got started. For those who believe in this art and want to gain more artistic approach towards film making or any art field, you have an artist now by your side.
My focus is on story and characters, but most importantly, I'll teach you how to take a script to industry standard using the Hollywood structure. Later, when you know how to use it, you can break it and play with it to your heart's desire.
Since writing scripts is difficult and tailored to everyone differently, I will provide examples that I myself have made and use them as examples, along woth providing relevant feedback that will increase your success as a script writer.
To understand well analysis is key. When it comes to writing you must to read as a writer to be able to apply the skill.
My teaching method is to get to know the student first and foremost. Knowing what knowledge the student already brings to the class, what areas are needing improvement, and how students learn best is where I begin. This allows me to determine the best method and most effective way of learning for each individual student.
Throughout my teaching career I have become able to adapt to a wide range of teaching situations from lecturing to large numbers of students to one-to-one tutorials. I have a strong awareness of the way certain students learn in a variety of ways and at different rates.
I appreciate students that are goal oriented, with a certain drive and devotion to film writing--and who possess loads of passion. I love the work I've been doing for over a decade now, and teaching others how to write for film is deeply satisfying. The first thing I like to establish is your experience and skill level.
My teaching method is all about learning by doing. We put the equipment in your hands as much as possible and show you how to use it in fun, easy to grasp exercises. Lessons are tailored made depending on goals of the student. If you have no goals then that's ok - we will develop them together so that you work towards completing an actual film project.
Learning through practice and theory. 15 minutes theory and introduction, then 50 minutes of practice workshop (depends on the area you want to develop - camera, lights, production, editing ).Homework is always a must and it's usually helps you develop and repeat what you learned during the classes.
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