Explore advanced, dramatic lighting techniques used in feature films with an acclaimed Chief Lighting Technician

Dates:
May 22, 2021 - May 22, 2021


Workshop Fee: $95

NOTE: This course will be held in a Live, Online format using the Zoom Platform. The class will meet on Saturday, May 22, 2021, from 1:00 – 4:30 PM EDT

Let a master guide you into understanding how to realize the nuances of the lighting effects that can elevate the impact of a scene. Through lectures, screenings, and discussions led by a top industry Chief Lighting Technician, Mo Flam, this class covers the importance of light in visual storytelling, and the techniques and processes to execute complex lighting set-ups.

The class will focus on the creative and technical challenges of feature film cinematography and will learn how to scout a location and plan lighting requirements for a scene and be prepared to tackle challenging lighting situations to achieve specific visual aesthetics.

This class is also part of the Film & TV Masters Series as well as the Cinematography Intensive.

Come learn with us in this virtual workshop. Online. In real-time.

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Instructor: Mo Flam

Mo Flam has been working as a Chief Lighting Technician on feature films for over 30 years. Major Credits include "The English Patient" (Winner, Best Cinematography, Best Picture - 1997 Oscars) "Black Swan" (Nominee, Best Picture, Best Cinematography - 2011 Oscars) "Spotlight" (Winner, Best Picture - 2016 Oscars) and "Cold Mountain" (Nominee, Best Cinematography 2004 Oscars). Through the years Mo has had the privilege of working with many great cinematographers, including John Seale, Michael Ballhaus, Haskell Wexler, John Toll, Tom Sigel, Peter Suchitzky, and Matty Libatique.