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      Create a 10-minute film - 3-month video production course in Adelaide

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      January 18, 2020

      Saturday  10:00 AM

      95 Glen Osmond Road , Eastwood
      Adelaide, South Australia

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      Create a 10-minute film - 3-month video production course

      12-WEEK VIDEO PRODUCTION COURSEJaya Khoobsurat has had many years of teaching video production overseas (BTEC Curriculum, Level III [UK standard]) to teenagers and young adults, and loves to encourage and nurture young talents, as well as older students. The course is limited to and tailored for 10 x students per course.START DATES 1.  Saturday 28th September to 14th December 2019 - Weekly x 12 - 10:00am-3:30pm 2. Saturday 18th January to 4th April 2020  - Weekly x 12 - 10:00am to 3:30pmBRING & WEARBring your own lunch (1/2 hour lunch break) - Water, Coffee & Tea will be provided. Jaya will be teaching and guiding all students to make 10-minute film(s), over a three-month period. Wear comfortable clothing, but avoid loose baggy sleeves or pants. Please wear closed shoes at all times for safety reasons.FEEFull fee is for the 12-week course @ $600 per student, payable in advance to secure your placement - please choose carefully, as refund will only be given up to seven days before the start to confirm the numbers, and no refunds will be given once course begins (unless you are suddenly hospitalised with a legal medical certificate!). Certificate of completion of learning modules will be awarded; plus you will make a 10-minute film (in 1-3 groups of 3-10 students) that can be loaded to You-Tube or entered into festivals. PRE-REQUISITESStudents need to have some sense of 'cinematic' and 'commercial' understanding ie. that you want to make a film to be 'seen'. Students must provide their own enthusiasm, hard work and self-discipline, their own resourcefulness for creating a film from scratch, and have access to all their own camera gear (beg, borrow, hire), plus have their own laptops (preferably Mac, but not essential) to research and edit with. Students can use their mobile phones if no other option is available to them but, it would be best to use Mac phones eg. iPhones have excellent camera’s!; and each team will need tohave access to/ purchase a subscription to the Adobe Premiere editing program (ie. annual subscription for Adobe Premiere Editing software is $30 per month) ie. students will need to have access so they can learn a professional edit. Oh, and good manners go a long way! COURSE STRUCTUREMONTH 1: Jaya will teach the basics of video production from scratch, and students will have to pitch their ideas, choose one, write a script, organise all gear, fundraise if they need to, generally, work out how to make a film worthy of a film festival standard. MONTH 2: Students will have both class time, and filming time ie. using the classroom to gather as the basis for working out their challenges, then will be out filming where-ever they choose to film. MONTH 3: Learning and completion of the edit under Jaya's guidance for the final month. We will have a public screening to showcase each film made - TBD by the group. Jaya has many years of working with young people, and has worked in and around the Australian and International communities; plus been involved with all kinds of productions on both stage and screen (blockbuster, local and independent), both in front and behind the camera; and she has Produced quite a many short films and documentary's over the past ten years, so has plenty of wisdoms & understandings to share. VENUEVenue is to be decided within the next four weeks, but it will be either in Adelaide City, or in a private home in Payneham. Students who have secured their placement will be advised by email, the venue (either in Adelaide City somewhere, or, a private home in Payneham). WHAT WILL BE PROVIDED?Teaching venue (whiteboard & film screen) with internet access, all paper resources, Jaya's many years of  knowledge, and personal availability of one-on-one mentoring to each group ie. her time over the three months. Plus, tea & coffee each week. Looking forward to meeting you all very soon! Jaya Khoobsurat (in black) with some of the cast and crew on set in Al Ain (near Dubai) UAE during the 2016 48-hour Film Competion - one of many of her film Productions over the years. See:

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