Learn the art of non sync 16mm film making with AGX film collective, and help create a short film at the Waltham Land Trust’s afternoon foraging expedition at Hardy Pond in Waltham, MA.
At the AgX space in downtown Waltham, participants will learn to shoot 16mm films, basic sound recording techniques and basic editing techniques.
Following instruction on the equipment, we will break into groups and create 4 short films combining color and black and white film and field audio at the Waltham Land Trust Hardy Pond Foraging Expedition.
Participants will regroup one week later to edit the film and audio material, creating four finished pieces.
This workshop is supported in part by a grant from the Waltham Cultural Coucil, a local agency which is supported by the Massachusetts Cultural Coucil, a state agency.
Thursday 9/14 7:30 - 9:00pm Hardy Pond Lecture at the MacArthur School in Waltham, MA
Sunday 9/17 10am - 1:00pm Camera and sound gear instruction at the AgX Film Collective, Building 18, 2nd Floor, 144 Moody Street Waltham, MA
1:00- 2pm Lunch
2:30-4:45pm Field Shoot at Hardy Pond in Waltham, MA
4:45 to 6:00pm Equipment return and discussion
Sunday 9/24 11am-3pm Editing at AgX Film Collective
*Please bring appropriate shoes and clothes for hiking outdoors and lunch on 9/17 and 9/24
**Inclement weather, full refund guaranteed
AGX INSTRUCTORS: Christina Hunt, Anto Astudillo, Robert Todd, with assistants
12 person limit, REGISTRATION FEE = $10 for members and $15 non-members.
Registration deadline: Thursday 9/7/17