5 Day Film School | June 7-11, 2017
We’ll cover every aspect of what it takes to become and make your own adventure film. Learn how to turn your idea into a film. Practice using visual and storytelling techniques, while mastering your camera skills and working on the technicality of editing your very own 3-5min film!
Online Story Development
Work with instructors prior to the in-field days to map out your story. Understand how to turn a brainstorming session into a story concept.
Day 1 – 3
Begin filming and working with instructors 1:1. Mixed with the excitement of watching athletes compete in multi-sporting events, scout the lay of the land, practice camera techniques, and play with a variety of camera equipment. Each evening receive collaborative feedback from instructors during our student footage review.
Day 4 & 5
In addition to capturing the footage needed during the day around the valley of Vail and all the GoPro Mountain Games – begin the editing process. Each night, dive into what it takes to piece, edit, and layout your footage into a story. Working with instructors on the flow, data management, and plot line – you will walk away a confident storyteller. You’ll learn how to organize your thoughts into a story, while asking and getting all of your questions answered by our instructors. Our team meets each participant at their level and provides enough feedback, support, and encouragement to help take you to your goals.
3 Hour Film & Storytelling Sessions | June 8-11, 2017
We’ll cover camera angles, the best sequences are for telling a compelling story, and work with you 1:1 on some of your burning questions. Learn to shoot during one of the largest multi-sporting events with our expert staff.
No prior film experience needed. No camera? No problem. Use one of our handy GoPros during the course and take home all your footage.
2 sessions a day. Choose your time slot upon registration.
- Meet the group and begin by diving into how to cover a scene.
- Group up and move to specific sport location for hands-on practice.
- Adapt to chaotic situations while under pressure.
- Review your footage with the group & instructors during our review process to understand how to improve for next time!
- Walk away with your action footage & some new skills under your belt.