Do you dream of becoming a Filmmaker? Then "Learning Talkies" is the right place to learn
November 28, 2015
It’s no doubt that filmmaking is becoming increasingly popular amongst youth today. The glamorous industry has attracted everyone such that many youths aspire to become a film actor, or DOP or a filmmaker. While going to filmmaking school is quite expensive and learning this business becomes increasingly challenging, a lot of people today are eager to enter the field. If you’re a person who has a passion in making a film, but aren’t sure yet if this is something that you really want to do, here is a “Golden Opportunity” for you.
For the first time in Mangalore, “Namma Tulu Film Industry”, an organisation which is already famous for teaching filmmaking, acting and technical details through Facebook has organised a 3 day workshop “Learning Talkies” in association with Ambit Acting Class. Those who are not able to attend regular filmmaking courses due to various obvious reasons are requested to make the best use of this workshop.
Shrishal Alva and his team from Mangalore had started a Facebook page “Namma Tulu Film Industry” few month back in order to teach special tips related to working in film Industry. It has received a tremendous response from the people. So, in order to extend that he , Rakshit Karanth Kulai, Akshay Nayak Puttur in association with Ambit Acting Classes have planned to organise “Learning Talkies”.
Details of the Workshop
It is a 3-day workshop, where the focus is given on teaching the Technical aspects of filmmaking.
Tips on acting skills
Film Projection & discussion
Note on Filmmaking
Guidelines by Tehnicians (Directors, DOP, VFX designers, Editors, Writers)
Guest Lectures from Noted personalities of Sandalwood and Coastalwood.
The workshop is going to be held from December 25 – 27, 2015 in Mangalore. Interested persons can pay Rs. 350/- and participate in it. The organisers will be soon visiting the local colleges to register the names.
So if you have a passion in film making, then go pursue your dream! Practice your movie-shooting skills, attend a film school, and start building your filming career. Then “Learning Talkies” is a good place to start with.