Making a film from field materials with zero experience and zero budget

Photo: Anna Stammler-Gossmann

Is it possible to turn your field data into a film with very moderate technical skills and no budget?

We do not expect our first effort at a documentary to be award winning.  But we started in October with a workshop with editing of Anna’s fieldwork video records in Windows Movie Maker. Now we will explore the editing in Macintosh Final cut’ (cuts, voiceover, animation, sound) and try to get ready Anna’s film for the project website (’Domesticated fish: farmed and monitored’, 5’)

The Anthropology Team invites you to join the next class by Christian Flores Almada (documentary film maker, Mexico/Finland).  Wednesday, November 14, 2012, BOREALIS room, 2—4 pm, Arctic Centre, Rovaniemi.

Organized by Anna Stammler-Gossmann, ACCESS project, Anthropology Research Team

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One Response to Making a film from field materials with zero experience and zero budget

  1. Nicolas Rasiulis says:

    Is there written information re-capping the workshop?

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