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Tuesday, June 24, 2014

Jun 24

June 24 | 7:30 | Rockport Opera House | Downstairs | Free and Open to the Public


Tim is a graduate of Maine Media College film program.  While there, he wrote, directed, produced and edited, the short film,Route 11.  Route 11 went on to win the BEST SHORT FILM award at several film festivals across Canada and the US.  After Maine Media, Tim moved to Los Angeles, where he developed feature film projects. In 2007, Tim produced a million-dollar feature film titled, Familiar Strangers. The film won several film awards and had a small theatrical release in all the major markets across the United States.  This leveraged deals with Major Retailers, Netflix and Showtime.  Tim recently produced a modern adaptation of Shakespeare's As You Like It and has been working on a documentary titled, Socially Inept for the past five years.   He also the Co-Founder of the Super Gr8 Film Festival.

Tim will be teaching From Script to Screen at MMW + C





Mauricio Handler

Mauricio Handler is a professional marine photojournalist, natural history filmmaker and expedition leader who was, for many years, part of the premier underwater photography team at National Geographic Magazine. He visually documents land and marine wildlife as well as landscapes in all geographical locations around the world and in both tropical and temperate waters covering all aspects on land, underwater and from the air. Through his expedition company Handlerphoto, Mauricio leads wildlife photography and filming expeditions to multiple destinations around the globe. His company Aquaterrafilms produces Ultra High Definition content for stock, documentaries and commercial use. Mauricio acquires all 4K UHD footage using Red EpicX cameras, Amphibico Rouge professional underwater housings, Light and Motion and Orca Cine lights. Mauricio is available as cameraman and director of photography for documentary and commercial work both on land and underwater. Mauricioʼs images and HD footage are represented worldwide exclusively by National Geographic Creative and Getty. His Ultra High Def footage is represented exclusively by Footageseach.

Mauricio will be teaching Digital Cinematograpy at MMW + C