Digital dokumentar

Startdato:
Udbyder:
Sted:
Brooklyn, NY 11201, USA
Dage:
5 dage
Pris:
27.000 kr. | PU-støtte: 6.500 kr.
Evaluering af tidligere kurser fra denne udbyder
(Baseret på 52 evalueringer)
Efterår 2019

Kom med i maskinrummet hos nogle af verdens bedste dokumentarister og multimediefortællere: MediaStorm i Brooklyn tuner  med denne masterclass i metode ind på digital dokumentar i form af fundamental storytelling og grundprincipper for interaktivt design og tager dig desuden med ind i det forretningsstrategiske operationsrum.

Prisvindende MediaStorm er drevet af ønsket om at fortælle journalistik uden at gå på kompromis med kvalitet og indhold. Her tager tingene den tid, de tager, og stifter og indehaver Brian Storm er overbevist om, at forretningsmodeller som hans er fremtiden for uafhængig kvalitetsjournalistik. Produktionsselskabet brander sig på interaktivt design og filmproduktion. Cinematiske fortællinger, der afmystificerer komplekse problemer, menneskeliggør statistikker og inspirerer publikum til handling, hvor der er mest på spil. Tidens mest presserende emner får stemme og mening i alt fra kortfilm til feature. Overbevisende fortællinger, der bliver lagt mærke til.

Nye metoder og motivation

Deltagerne vil tage fra denne masterclass i metode med en forståelse for, hvad der skal til for at producere dokumentarer og digitale multimedie fortællinger af højeste kvalitet. Fra software muligheder over valg af historie og form til måder at distribuere din film og fortællinger. Fokus er også på fundraising og mulige partnerskaber med kunder – måder at finansiere og organisere et lille produktionsselskab succesfuldt på.

Kurset er ikke en hands-on workshop, det er heller ikke designet til at lære deltagerne, hvordan de optager video eller bruger redigeringsværktøj. Du producerer altså ikke en webdok på fire dage, men du bliver fyldt med metoder, inspiration og virketrang. Og det med at optage og redigere video får du rig mulighed for at øve dig på efterfølgende, da kursusprisen inkluderer et års abonnement på Mediastorms detaljerede online træningsvideoer.

Kurset er for:

  • fotojournalister, videofolk og dokumentarister, der ønsker at forbedre deres håndværk samtidig med at de bliver opdateret på, hvad der rører sig i filmindustrien
  • undervisere, der er interesserede i at skabe eller udbygge forløb i videojournalistik, multimedie eller dokumentar for studerende på såvel bachelor som kandidatniveau.
  • Organisatoriske ledere og iværksættere, der ønske at skabe succesfulde video/multimedie afdelinger og virksomheder.

Du lærer:

Fundamental storytelling 

  • Fundamentale færdigheder i video storytelling og teknik
  • Essentielle principper i dokumentaristisk filmproduktion
  • Den bedste interviewpraksis
  • Hvordan, du kan arbejde med foto, lyd og video
  • Hvordan du organiserer dit stof
  • Hvordan du optimerer dit arbejdsflow, når du redigerer
  • hvordan du skruer processen og fortællingen godt sammen.

Grundprincipper for design 

  • hvordan du skaber meningsfulde grafiske elementer til den cinematiske, narrative fortælling
  • fundamentale principper for web og interaktivitet
  • om hensigtsmæssig og effektfuld brug af animation i dit arbejde.

Du får indsigt i måder at:

indgå partnerskab med kunder 

  • pitche til og samarbejde med kunder/partnere
  • valg af forskellige typer af mulige samarbejdspartnere/kunder
  • ansøge produktionsmidler og deltage i konkurrencer.

vise og distribuere dine videoer/multimediefortællinger 

  • effektive og hensigtsmæssige måder at vise arbejdet på nettet
  • varierede distributionsmodeller for både kort og feature-langt indhold
  • de bedste festivaller at tilmelde netop dine film afhængig af prioriteter
  • specifikke eksempler og anbefalinger af virksomheder og platforme til at distribuere dine film.

 tænke i forretningsmodeller

  • reel økonomi og forretningsstrategi for et succesfuldt produktionsselskab
  • måder at sammensætte forretningen på og forblive innovativ og i front som video/multimedieproducer.

Prisen inkluderer rejse, hotel med morgenmad og selve kurset. Øvrige måltider, drikkevarer og lokal transport er ikke inkluderet i prisen. Kursusprisen inkluderer desuden et års abonnement på Mediastorms detaljerede online træningsvideoer.

Undervisere

Brian Storm

Brian Storm is founder and executive producer of MediaStorm.

MediaStorm publishes diverse narratives, offers advanced training seminars and collaborates with a diverse group of clients. MediaStorm’s stories and interactive applications have received numerous honors, including two duPont Awards, four Emmys, and five Online Journalism Awards.

Prior to launching MediaStorm in 2005, Storm spent two years as vice president of News, Multimedia & Assignment Services for Corbis, a digital media agency founded and owned by Bill Gates. Storm led Corbis’ global strategy for the news, sports, entertainment and historical collections and directed the representation of world-class photographers for assignment work with a focus on creating in-depth multimedia products.

From 1995 to 2002, Storm was the first director of multimedia at MSNBC.com, a joint venture of Microsoft and NBC News, where he was responsible for the audio, photography and video elements of the site. In October of 1998, he created MSNBC’s The Week in Pictures to showcase visual journalism in new media, a forerunner of the photography galleries that have become a standard offering of all major content sites today.

Storm received his master’s degree in photojournalism in 1995 from the University of Missouri School of Journalism where he ran the New Media Lab and taught Electronic Photojournalism. In 1994, he launched the first version of MediaStorm as an interactive CD-ROM production company.

Storm serves on the Advisory Board for the W. Eugene Smith Fund, the Eddie Adams Workshop, the Alexia Foundation for World Peace, the Stan Kalish Picture Editing Workshop, Pictures of the Year and LOOK3. He is a frequent speaker on the subject of storytelling.

Born in Minnesota, he has endured the family curse of being a lifelong fan of the Minnesota Vikings. He lives in Menlo Park, CA with his wife Elodie and their children Eva and Jasper. He can be reached via brian@mediastorm.com.

Tim McLaughlin

Tim McLaughlin

PRODUCER

Tim McLaughlin is an editor and producer of documentaries at the award-winning production studio MediaStorm. He has worked on over 25 films since 2010, including MediaStorm’s first feature film, The Long Night, as well as their first prime-time television broadcast, The War Comes Home: Soledad O’Brien Reportsfor CNN. His work has received recognition from the National Press Photographers Association (Best Documentary Multimedia Story) as well as the Webby Awards (Honorable Mention).

 

Tim’s clients at MediaStorm include CNN, Starfish Media Group, United Nations Foundation, Save the Children, Starbucks, MAG America, International Center of Photography, Ripple Effect Images and the Alexia Foundation.

 

Prior to his move to MediaStorm, Tim was the Director of Multimedia at the Maine Media Workshops and Maine Media College in Rockport, ME. He worked as an educator in that role, developing and teaching a curriculum for the school’s first ever documentary focused multimedia program. Tim has also worked as an educator with the Eddie Adams workshop and helped develop and produce MediaStorm’s online training program, as well as their first educational e-book.

 

Originally from Louisville KY., Tim earned his masters of fine arts at the University of Florida’s School of Art and Art History, as well as a bachelors in history from Centre College. He lives in Brooklyn with his amazing wife Britt, and their ever-sleepy dog Robin Hood.

Samia Khan

Samia Khan

DIRECTOR OF PARTNERSHIPS

Samia leads partnership development at MediaStorm, an award-winning digital storytelling company based in Brooklyn, NY. In this role, she has led the development of storytelling initiatives for dozens of partners, these projects have included interactive websites, feature documentaries, shorts, and animations. She is dedicated to using the power of collective action and storytelling to build a more just world and in this vein, develops outreach and impact strategies for relevant stories. Samia is a co-producer of MediaStorm’s first feature-length original film, Fight Hate with Love. Some of the recent partnerships she has led and stories she has co-produced include The Trials of Spring, The Long Night, and MediaStorm’s first ever partnership with CNN and Soledad O’Brien, The War Comes Home.

 

Prior to coming to joining MediaStorm, Samia spent a decade working on human rights and development issues in Kenya, Pakistan, and the United States; with organizations like the UNDP, UNCDF, the World Bank, and Ashoka. She is a proud member of New York City’s only woman of color improv group, Xxcalibur.

 

Samia holds a Master’s in Public Administration from New York University and a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Chicago. She lives in Brooklyn with her husband, her son, and her dog – one of MediaStorm’s office pets.