Ovation! ~ proudly serving students from York Region, Toronto and surrounding areas including: Aurora, Markham, Newmarket, Oshawa, Richmond Hill, Scarborough, Thornhill, Vaughan and Whitchurch-Stouffville.

Ovation! ~ proudly serving students from York Region, Toronto and surrounding areas including: Aurora, Markham, Newmarket, Oshawa, Richmond Hill, Scarborough, Thornhill, Vaughan and Whitchurch-Stouffville.

Ovation! ~ proudly serving students from York Region, Toronto and surrounding areas including: Aurora, Markham, Newmarket, Oshawa, Richmond Hill, Scarborough, Thornhill, Vaughan and Whitchurch-Stouffville.

A portion of all proceeds is donated to Crohn’s & Colitis Canada.

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10-20 YRS

Movies/TV Production

For students wishing to learn and get hands-on into the filming and production side of movies/tv/commercials.

Have you ever wanted to direct, use a camera to shoot, write, light, or edit for film and television?  Then this course was made for you!

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    SEASON/COURSE SCHEDULE

this course runs for 120 minutes on

SATURDAYS from 1:30pm-3:30pm

FOR 10+YRS

(schedules are subject to change)

 

    **Course Fees: please inquire.

 

 

 

* NOTES:

1. This course does in-studio filming and production work; there are no live/stage performances involved.

2. Ovation! does not provide computers for editing purposes. Students must own or have access to a computer, tablet, or phone with film editing software/capability, for this purpose.

3. Previous experience with the fundamental aspects of stage acting (including: voice, text analysis, expression, intention, character) is an asset and may be a requirement of admission to this Program.

 

This program is an extension of Ovation!’s Acting for Movies/TV classes and covers 3 main components of film/TV production:

 

1.    Pre-Production: Includes writing the scene/commercial/show/script; storyboarding (creating the physical shot plan/sequence); casting actors; assigning crew (i.e.; Director, Director of Photography/Camera; Lighting designer; Costuming Co-ordinator; Set/Staging/Props Co-Ordinator, etc.).

2.    Production: Filming the piece, and learning the tools and techniques used in the film industry, including:  camera shots/framing/angles; how to set up and utilize different lighting gear and techniques; co-ordinating physical elements such as set/staging/props; determining and mapping out requirements for character (hair/make-up, etc.)

3.    Post-Production: Includes learning how to edit and the various styles, techniques and tricks involved; choosing and incorporating sound effects; choosing and incorporating music;  creating credits; and how to promote/market your final piece!