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BFI Southbank Guide Sep-Oct 2017

BFI COURSES An Introduction to Adobe After Effects CC This one-day, task-based course will guide you through After Effects’ most widely-used features, including keying, compositing and animating, and will offer insight into its fantastic potential. Depending on time availability, we may also cover other aspects of this industry-standard motion graphics and visual effects software. Prior understanding of editing processes is beneficial, though not essential. £85, includes lunch and refreshments Book your place online or via the BFI box office @BFI 49 EVERY THU FROM 7 SEP-12 OCT 18:30-21:00 EVERY WED FROM 6 SEP-11 OCT 18:30-21:00 What’s the Big Idea? Screenwriting for Beginners Taught by Darren Rapier, who has over 20 years in the profession, this course is ideal for those wanting to explore their writing potential, or those needing to raise their existing screenplay to industry standards. Across six weeks we’ll help you understand character development, structure and outlines, editing your screenplay and pitching it to producers. Students will receive a certificate of learning on completion of the course. £175, includes refreshments Book your place online or via the BFI box office The Amazing Art of Animation Stop-motion animation is a fantastically imaginative filmmaking process. This six-week evening course teaches you all the basics from start to finish, including character development, constructing armature puppets, understanding and using different materials, and creating a set to scale. The course is task based, suitable for beginners and concludes with a finished project. £175, includes refreshments and all materials Book your place online or via the BFI box office. For more info contact joanna.vandermeer@bfi.org.uk City Lit at the BFI Join us for an insightful 11-week course with film lecturer John Wischmeyer. Sessions will explore major BFI seasons such as Jean-Pierre Melville, India on Film (which includes silent features, drama and documentary), a Japanese women in film season, our major Thriller season, and will incorporate The BFI London Film Festival 2017. Participants will enjoy a selection of free festival screenings, curators’ presentations and privileged BFI National Archive access. To book a place, quote reference HF040 and call 020 7831 7831 or visit citylit.ac.uk EVERY WED FROM 20 SEP-29 NOV 18:30-20:30 STUDIO + LS 1 SUN 17 SEP 11:00-17:00 Le Samouraï


BFI Southbank Guide Sep-Oct 2017
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