With the advent of the digital age, the use of multi-cameras has become a necessity. Not only does this increase the efficiency of production, but it also has great artistic significance in that it enables filmmakers to capture delicate images. However, setting up multiple cameras requires elaborate design, and setting up lighting suitable for a multiple-camera setup requires a high level of skill. A veteran film director and a lighting director with abundant field experience will hold a workshop with students majoring in film to satisfy curiosity and resolve difficulties. A theoretical lecture will be followed by field practice and the production of a two-hour video. Then the video will be shown to everyone visiting the Busan International Film Festival. It is by no means an easy task, but you don’t need to feel burdened because you can truly learn and grow when you enjoy doing something. That’s why the slogan of the master class is as follows: Let’s play with cameras!
|Nam Jina(Lighting Director)|