Five-Day Workshop

FILM AS THEORY, FILM AS PROCESS:

DEVELOPING SOCIAL RELATIONSHIPS THROUGH IMAGE AND SOUND RECORDING

20th July – 24th July 2020 (Monday-Friday)

Stanford House (Stanford University), OxfordUK

Accredited by the European Documentary Network (EDN).

 An example day-by-day schedule of events (subject to change) is outlined below.

Workshop fees:

£750 for the full workshop fee INCLUDING ACCOMMODATION

£600 for the full workshop fee EXCLUDING ACCOMMODATION

£600 for concession (student/unwaged participants) INCLUDING ACCOMMODATION

£450 for concession (student/unwaged participants) EXCLUDING ACCOMMODATION

***Workshop fee includes 5-DAYS tuition by our experts, tea and coffee at designated break times and single accommodation for 4 nights at Stanford House.***

Please download the registration form here or email info@odfi.co.uk to express interest or ask for more information.

-Workshop Outline-

DAY 1: Monday, 8th July 2019

Morning session (9.30am – 12pm)

9.10: Registration and Orientation with Coffee and Tea

9.30 am-10.30am: INTRODUCTIONS

LED BY Dr. ALISON KAHN (ODFI)

10.30am -12pm: Building Social Relationships across Media Platforms 

Break (12pm – 1pm)

Lunch at Stanford House or in a picnic area nearby. Please bring your own unless included in your application.

Coffee, tea and soft drinks will be provided during the day.

Afternoon session (1pm – 5pm)

HANDS-ON SESSION

Picture and sound. How to get technically good pictures and sound out of your kit, whatever that kit is. Focus, exposure, depth of field, sound.

Plenary: 4pm-5pm: Together with all the participants, we will evaluate each other’s’ results and draw lessons from our own experience and that of the others.

 

DAY 2: Tuesday, 9th July 2019

Morning session (9.30am – 12pm)

HANDS-ON SESSION

Taking pictures which mean something. GVs, composition. How to film common scenarios – interviews, meetings, transactions.

Break (12pm – 1pm)

Lunch at Stanford House or in a picnic area nearby. Please bring your own unless included in your application.

Coffee, tea and soft drinks will be provided during the day.

Afternoon session (1pm – 5pm)

HANDS-ON SESSION

Filming in film teams Oxford. Pick three best shots only.

Plenary: 4pm-5pm: Together with all the participants, we will evaluate each others results and draw lessons from our own experience and that of the others.

 

DAY 3: Wednesday, 10th July 2019

HANDS-ON SESSION

Morning session (9.30am – 12pm)

Interviewing. Relating to contributors. Pitfalls.

Break (12pm – 1pm)

Lunch at Stanford House or in a picnic area nearby. Please bring your own unless included in your application.

Coffee, tea and soft drinks will be provided during the day.

Afternoon session (1pm – 5pm)

HANDS-ON SESSION

Filming in film teams Oxford. Pick three best shots only.

Plenary: 4pm-5pm: Together with all the participants, we will evaluate each other’s results and draw lessons from our own experience and that of the others.

 

DAY 4: Thursday, 11th July 2019

HANDS-ON SESSION

Morning session (9.30am – 1pm)

Producing a documentary.

Break (1pm – 2pm)

Lunch at Stanford House or in a picnic area nearby. Please bring your own unless included in your application.

Coffee, tea and soft drinks will be provided during the day.

Afternoon session (2pm-3.30pm)

GUEST SPEAKER TBC: Building Relationships with Minority Communities 

Case Studies and Discussion

Afternoon session (3.30pm-5pm)

GUEST SPEAKER TBC: Public Health Films

We will then consider new methods for telling health stories, especially the co-production of health films.

6.30pm FILM SCREENING

DAY 5: Friday, 12th July 2019

Morning session (9.30 am – 11pm)

LED BY ALEX GOLDBERG (CEO World History Archive)

World History Archive is a collection of half a million digital and analogue (non-digitised) images. the scope of coverage is politics, warfare, science, medicine, anthropology, music, literature art and most aspects of human endeavour from pre-history to 21st century. It is an amalgam of collections and images from many countries and civilizations.

We act as a content provider to educational, media and other users world-wide. Our images are available via multiple agents in over 30 countries and are a rich resource for educators and info-tainment clients.

Established in 1964 the archive continues to grow with the addition of some 20,000 new digital images per year.

We work with wholly owned (our own copyright) images and source material as well as some public domain images. These are drawn from printed sources, photography campaigns and museums and archival sources across Europe, The Americas and Asia. We are normally working with sources which are outside the term of copyright or are newly created by our team.

The issue of copyright and intellectual property rights will be touched on during our session together.

Morning session (11.30 am – 1pm)

 Emerging Platforms of film distribution and intellectual property

LUNCH (1pm – 2pm)

Lunch at Stanford House or in a picnic area nearby. Please bring your own unless included in your application.

Coffee, tea and soft drinks will be provided during the day.

Afternoon session (2pm – 3.30pm)

Digital Partnerships

3.30-4.30pm Plenary and Discussion

END OF WORKSHOP