This summer, Produksyon Tramontina Inc. & The National Commission for Culture and the Arts are bringing Bacollywood Workshops, an intensive workshop in film & acting from April 16 to May 5, 2012.
Formerly known as Right Angle + Negros Summer Workshops, the workshops has brought together a team of professionals to teach, in the belief that by dedicating their time and effort, the artistic and cultural traditions remain vibrant and alive in the Region, and that the seeds of inspiration, discipline and craft be implemented unto the future artists of our country.
This year, BACOLLYWOOD WORKSHOPS offers FILM & ACTING courses taught by the most brilliant set of professionals in the industry:
Instructors: Jubal Gallaga & Jack Triño
Students enrolled in this class are exposed to a full range of techniques designed to impart the basic principles of acting which is ideal for those who have had no previous acting experience.
BASIC THEATRE IMPROVISATIONS
Instructors: Gabby Fernandez, John Arceo & Eero Martinez
Based on the methods developed by Viola Spolin & Paul Sills, this course takes the workshoppers one step further in the craft of acting through group improvisations, scene studies and improvisation-based movements and has produced a host of stand-up comics and dramatic talents.
ADVANCE ACTING – BEING
Instructor: Gabby Fernandez
Based on Eric Morris' school of acting and definitely only for those who are serious students of the craft - psychological and emotional commitment is required from the workshopper.
MAKE - UP FOR FILM
Instructor: Carlos Durana
Thoroughly hands-on, the course covers the whole range of materials and technique from basic make-up to advanced hair and face styling. With special lessons in special-effect and prosthetics makeup for film.
Instructor: Peque Gallaga
Film Appreciation aims to train its students in a holistic approach to viewing film. The course aims to give the students the techniques to breaking down a film’s structure and quantifying the elements that make a film good or bad. The course provides the language used in being able to justify whether a film works or doesn’t work. The course serves to ground the student in the idea that a work of art must be judged by the qualities that make it art and not just on subjective opinions; whether someone likes it or not. It goes further by giving them the tools to say why they liked it or why they didn’t.
Instructor: Manny Montelibano
Provides an overview of all aspects of video and film production from pre-production all the way to editing. Under professional guidance, workshoppers undergo conceptualization, production management techniques and post-production.
TEENAGE FILM PRODUCTION
Instructor: Manny Montelibano
Provides an overview of all aspects of video and film production from pre-production all the way to editing. Under professional guidance, workshoppers undergo conceptualization, production management techniques and post-production. This course is offered to students ages 12-16.
EDITING FOR INDEPENDENT FILMS
Instructor: Lawrence Fajardo
Basic techniques on the creative post production process designed for independent filmmakers utilizing available softwares.
Instructor: Anne Monzon
Principles and techniques in manipulating the camera in order to tell a story for the screen. This course obliges the workshopper to successfully complete a short video project.
Pre-requisite: Basic knowledge in photography/Film Production
Instructor: Paolo Lindaya
The purpose of this course is to investigate and understand the role of sound in the film making process. It provides theory and techniques of sound editing in film, video & live performance. The job & craft of the sound designer will be defined & explained with particular focus on how sound impacts & is used to enhance & add to the full effect.
BASIC CURATORIAL WORKSHOP
Instructor: Lisa Chikiamco
This workshop focuses on conceptualizing exhibitions through different methods. Participants will take part in creative exercises where they must come up with the concept of their shows and their selection of artists/artworks appropriate to the situation. Focus is driven by research and writing while feedback and discussion with the fellow participants help sharpen the critical eye. Participants will learn of different curatorial models and, asides from presenting mini-curatorial proposals, participants will also need to write and present one major curatorial proposal for the workshop for evaluation.
Enrollment for limited slots is on-going from March 16 to April 16, 2012 at Gallery Orange, Lopues Mandalagan Annex Building, Bacolod City. Please contact Arielle Uychiat at 0916-2173010 for inquiries.
P 2,500 - Students
P 3,000 - Non-students
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