The best place to learn the film business is on location.
“The second week started with something special. My mentor had a gig to shoot an award ceremony so he asked me if I wanted to go along. We got to the location and starting setting up the room for the interviews. Whiles setting up he went over the basic lighting kit, the position and purpose of each light, the position of the subject to the background and to the camera, the basics of how an interview is conducted. In between interview, he let me take the camera into the main room to get some creative (B-roll) shots of the ceremony. So here I am, on my third day with Film Connection, helping with interviewing foreign diplomats and VPs of major regional banks, along with great artists.”
Fabrice Murgia, San Diego, California
Every week we ask our students to review how they are progressing with our program.