cj_ofi (cj_ofi) wrote in middleofcountry,

Registration now open for the Oklahoma Film Institute

The Oklahoma Film Institute at Oklahoma City Community College is an exciting, intensive three-week program comprised of one-week sessions of workshops each focusing on various techniques, methods and tricks of the three basic filmmaking processes: Pre-production, Production and Post-production.

Here’s a chance for anyone, from interested movie-goer to serious film student, to learn directly from some of the best in Hollywood. The intensive three-week summer program is approachable enough for those with little or no filmmaking background, yet informative enough to attract those already studying or working in the industry.

Each OFI participant will be able to try their hand at a variety of real film jobs including direction, camera, sound, production, lighting, grip operations and of course, editing on one of the professional AVID non-linear editing systems in the largest AVID editing facility in the mid-continent.

Among those scheduled to instruct at the institute this summer are Bill Butler, ASC ("Jaws," "Rocky II, III, and IV," "Grease," "Hendrix,") Gray Frederickson (produced Francis Ford Coppola's "Apocalypse Now," "The Godfather" and "The Godfather Part 2,") and Craig Stearns (production designer for several Stephen King projects.)

Registration for the 2004 Oklahoma Film Institute has already begun.

Workshop Dates:
Week One: Pre-production: July 12 - 16
Week Two: Production: July 19 - 23
Week Three: Post-production: July 26 - 30

Want to know more? See our Flyer.

Please visit the Oklahoma Film Institute website.
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