WFG Media Lab | Monday May 14 & Wednesday May 16 | 7pm – 10pm
Have you ever wanted to make a short film, but don’t know where to start? Have you begun to make your own short, but find the process overwhelming? Need some tips and insight into how to craft a quality short film? Have you shot a short film, but are now stuck in the post production or marketing processes? Please please PLEASE stop looking any further! You’ve found the class for you.
In this evening long workshop, let short filmmaker Trevor Kristjanson guide you in these areas:
- Crewing up
- Where to spend your money when you have none.
- Working with Crew
- Working with Actors
- Covering a scene, and editing the scene in your head
- Setting deadlines for yourself
- Post production
- Festivals & Marketing
- Short form storytelling
- And more? And more!
Trevor Kristjanson Bio:
Trevor has written and directed several short films and webisodes, as well as acted in dozens of short films, web series, music videos and feature films. His award winning short film Boy Toys screened on Canada’s National Broadcaster CBC, as part of the televised series Short Film Face-off in the summer of 2017.
In 2017, Trevor directed two dramatic short films, Surfacing and Platypus, the latter of which was awarded funding from Canadian television channel Bravo!