Dates:
Jun 8, 2020 - Jun 8, 2020

Levels: All
Workshop Fee: $65
Class Size: open enrollment - online format

Monday June 8th, 2020
1pm-3:30pm EST
(Online Format using Zoom)

Join Award-winning Cinematographer and Director, Steven Fierberg, ASC (Entourage, The Affair) as he discusses his craft and his career in the world of Filmmaking.

In addition to being offered on an individual basis, this course is also part of the Online Cinematography Master Class Week , the 4th and final week of the 2020 Online Cinematography Intensive and includes presentations by Matthew Libatique, ASC, Jonathan Freeman, ASC, and many more! Passes available for single lecture, Single-Week, and All Access! 

Students may opt to sign up for this Master class lecture only, or take the full Camera and Visual Storytelling course, which meets for four consecutive Mondays 1-3:30pm EST May 18-June 8, 2020.

Instructor: Steven Fierberg, ASC

Steven Fierberg, ASC, is an award-winning cinematographer and director, receiving an ASC Award for Best Cinematography and a Latin Grammy.

In 2019, he completed shooting the Golden Globe-winning series The Affair, directing two episodes. He did additional photography on Patty Jenson’s upcoming Wonder Woman 1984 and shot the first season of Darren Star’s new series, Emily in Paris.

A native of Detroit, Fierberg escaped to Stanford University as a National Merit Scholar. He spent his senior year in England in an exchange program with Oxford, studying British drama, film and photography. He then plunged into New York’s underworld of graffiti art and punk noir films, working with Paul Morrissey, Scott and Beth B, and Paul Bartel. At the same time, he apprenticed for Los Angeles cinematographers Adam Greenberg and Dean Cundey.

Fierberg’s movie work has ranged from studio films like Entourage and Love & Other Drugs, directed by Ed Zwick and starring Jake Gyllenhaal and Anne Hathaway, to such micro-budget indies as Alex Cox’s Repo Chick and Sally Potter’s Rage. He shot the horror classic A Nightmare on Elm Street 4: The Dream Master, which had the largest August opening of any film in cinema history and introduced Hong Kong-style action filmmaking to America.