Ever thought about making a film, but have very little experience? Philip Leung and Alex Narvaez discuss what it takes to shoot, direct, and edit a film that can gain festival exposure in under a year. All you need is passion.
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How to Build Atlanta's Film Community In Six Minutes
BY CHARLES JUDSON
@ VOL 22
ON MAY 18, 2014
Charles Judson has been a member of the ATL film community for years. He has recently taken a step back from his position of Artistic Director of the Atlanta Film Festival to focus on growing ATL's film culture. In his PechaKucha, he goes through the steps that would guide the ATL film community in the right direction.
Tabularasa - Food in Film
BY SHEILA TIMOTHY
@ VOL 18
ON JUN 24, 2014
Sheila Timothy is known as the producer of an award-winning film 'Pintu Terlarang (Forbidden Door)' in 2009. At the moment, Sheila and her film company Lifelike Pictures, is busy working on their third work, Tabula Rasa, which will be released in September 2014. The film itself is a 'food film' genre, it tells the story about the anthropology of food and how food can connect people from different backgrounds. In her Pecha Kucha's presentation, Sheila also share a brief history of food film genre from various countries. (in Indonesian)
The Film Scenes in My Head
BY PAUL HUTCHINSON
@ VOL 3
ON NOV 06, 2014
Paul Hutchinson, film lover and founder of Bedford Film Festival takes us on a journey through the film scenes in his head. From the classics to the most recent, films are more than stories to show and tell, but to express one's emotions to one or hundred people. And through the movie pictures are how people can be touched and understand the story teller from behind the camera.
Telling the Story of 30 million People in a Sinking Country
BY ADRIEN TAYLOR
@ VOL 26
ON MAR 02, 2016
Journalist come entrepreneur and long time climate change advocate Adrien Taylor tells the story of how he took a leap of faith that led him to Bangladesh with a climate scientist and a few amateur documentary makers, to film a country that bears the highest burden of displacement due to climate change. The documentary 30 Million is out later this year.
Performing, Creating and Collaborating
BY CHRISTOPHER ALLERY
@ VOL 18
ON AUG 24, 2016
"The great thing about collaboration is that it is driven by structure."
In "Performing, Creating and Collaborating" from PechaKucha Night Sunshine Coast Vol.18, Christopher Allery has had a 20 year creative career that has focused on the art of collaboration. This began with an art show during his second year of his Bachelor of Arts (Visual Art). Staged at the Majestic Theatre in Pomona, Chris worked with fellow friends and fellow undergrads to create an immersive installation and performance incorporating found objects, artificial light, and original music which was performed on the Majestic’s grand piano. In this presentation, Chris shares collaborative relationships that he has explored have been fruitful but also stretched him sometimes painfully, but also professionally, and creatively.