Thursday, January 26, 2012
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Tuesday, January 8, 2008
Amidst this torrential exposition of world cinema, FilmCamp.TV is presenting its little rivulet of short films. Nothing profound or out of the ordinary about these films, especially in comparison with the masters from world over. There is one notable exception, however. FilmCamp.TV films are made by Indians who are first-time filmmakers. Each film is scripted, shot and edited - all in one day.
Where: Vision Cinemas, Bangalore
Film Screening List
‣ Cover Up
‣ Lamp Post Lottery
‣ Paper Out
‣ Action-(hey,thats is my first film study,HOHO!!!!!)
‣ Few More Minutes
‣ See You There
‣ Say Cheese
‣ Kanhayyalal Goes Cannes
‣ Tech Love
‣ Last Man Standing
‣ No Smoking
‣ The Last Bus
‣ Big Fat Liar
‣ Trash Sense
‣ Bull Shit
‣ Better Luck Next Time
Friday, January 4, 2008
A one-day workshop where you make one-minute films!
At a 1:1, you will write, storyboard, enact, shoot and edit a one-minute film in one day. Because you cannot make a film alone, you will work collaboratively in groups (not exceeding 5). The workshop is supervised by instructors every step of the way.
mail at email@example.com
Call: 0 9901304972 / 9243422797
For more information: http://www.filmcamp.tv/
(hari's blog,he is a filmcamper )
Wednesday, December 19, 2007
Behind the scenes
Framestore CFC started by working in Maya from models based on maquettes from the production art department, and then developed the rigging for walk and run cycles for all the bears – Iorek, Ragnar his nemesis, and around 120 guard bears. In addition to modeling, animating and lighting in Maya, the studio also uses boujou for camera tracking and match moving, renders with Renderman using Liquid to generate RIB files, and composites primarily with Shake, but with an occasional assist from Inferno.Both bears had the same rig, although Ragnar stands 12.5 feet tall and Iorek 11.5, and similar models based on a hybrid between a polar bear and a grizzly. “The particular problem with this rig is that the bears are quadrapeds, but they can stand on two legs,” says Einarsson. “Iorek walks on his hands, but these bears have opposable thumbs like human hands.”
more read here from cgsociety:
Sunday, December 9, 2007
Decemeber 10 @ besant nagar beach -chennai. 2007 (film campers after taking their one day film)
me with sanjay nambiar during production
is it okay shot?
ummm....editing our short film
me and my favourite director(lol) it's vipin his dream in his life is to become a director. film's name is ACT-ON (- is i here,we can read it as action ,but it is act-on).it is a film about
a small kid's dream about film making.
this is our first attempt...(viewers will say remaining)
Decemeber 10 sunday@besant nagar beach -chennai.
New Indian cinema is coming.....
filmcamp.tv's 1:1 film making workshop under the guidence of famous director sanjay nambiar(he was trained in US and has worked for lot of Hollywood movies.was the production assistant of hollywood film -americano(2004),and director of YANAM -malyalam parallel cinema(IFK2007 ,trivandrum) and lot of other noted works in the field of cinema.
filmcamp is the first of it kind in india.after conducted a serious worshops on cinema @ banglore now they just went chennai.it was a full day workshop.started from story-boarding to post production with full mac supported machines.i really enjoyed this workshop.i have got training in overlapping,contunity,american long shot ..and final cut express in fully equipped MAC enviornment.me vipin and aswin with two other tamil friends wrote ,acted and enjoyed like any thing.i dint heard about american long shot like terms before...sanjay nambiar teached lot of things related film making .now me vipin with aswin become the members of this really new indian cinema revolution.
though me could'nt shoot 2,3 shots because of light,the worskshop was a really good thing happend in my film making dream.i really liked my camera works and i loved my camera and film.any one intrested ??please find more details@ filmcamp.tv website by clicking here.
from newspaper reports.
HAVE you ever heard of the term, ‘New Indian cinema’? If not, then drop in at the Besant Nagar Beach on December 9. You can see ‘New Indian cinema’ come alive.
FilmCamp.TV, a Bangalore based community that was formed two months ago teaches, produces and screens ‘New Indian cinema’. Now the community is coming to Chennai for the first time with their 1:1 workshop.
“During the workshop, participants in groups not exceeding five, will write and rewrite a script, make a storyboard, shoot it, edit and re-edit it to a one-minute film. At our Chennai 1:1 Workshop, we will help the participants to make 4-5 short films,” says one of the founders of FilmCamp.TV, Sanjay Nambiar, a software engineer and US trained feature filmmaker.
Speaking about their upcoming trip to Chennai, Sanjay says, “we want to conduct FilmCamp.TV’s 1:1 workshop and prove that even a novice can make a short film in a day.” FilmCamp.TV began as an online and offline community for filmmakers through education, empowerment and online distribution.
It was founded by a team of four IT and multimedia professionals, Hrish Thota, Sanjay Nambiar, Hari Prasad and Raghunandan Kaanadka who don’t pay lip-service to their love for cinema.
Then what they mean by the term ‘New Indian cinema’. “It is neither Bollywood or Hollywood cinema nor what we see on television or even the art cinema. It is a unique cinema that explores stories never attempted before where the filmmaker invests more in the writing, spends less in production and fine- tunes the story during the edit,” explains Sanjay.
At the camp, participants have to identify a theme, script it, shoot and then edit it to a final product. Equipments like camera and computers to edit will be provided for each group.
Anybody over 12 years of age can register for the workshop. Registration fee is Rs 1000/-, which will also enable you to get a membership in FilmCamp.TV.(indian express)
they have introduced FilmCamp.tv a place to nurture independent filmmakers. They have launched FilmCamp.tv with a bang event, organizing a film school for one day, where people will be making a one minute film, today.
The idea is pretty cool. You start today morning, write a script with the help of pros, do the story boarding, shoot it with the camera they provide and edit it on the Apple Macs that are stationed at the venue. And all this for 1000 bucks. Dirt cheap, and worth every rupee for that first movie you make and the experience you get.
Apart from conducting such one day camps, they are also trying to unite all forms of indie fests in B’lore. Which is a brilliant thought, as it will lead to a good pool of members - the foundation for future.
thank you friends aswin and vipin for helped me in this attempt.ans sure my best friend and brother benny chettan who directed to mein this event.
suraksha wrote her experience in this camp here.it is a must read article.
thank you suraksha for this beautiful post.