2019 FESTIVAL WORKSHOPS

Monmouth Film Festival is proud to host the following FREE workshops during the 2019 Monmouth Film Festival. Please reserve a seat so we know you're coming! Workshops are open to all ages.

Saturday, August 10th - Sunday, August 11th

Delve into the worlds largest post-production software, DaVinci Resolve with Blackmagic Design. Learn everything you need in this introductory course to get hands-on and get started editing!

Saturday, August 10th

Instructor:
Jason Druss

DaVinci Resolve 16: Getting Started

12:30pm - 1:30pm

DaVinci Resolve 16 is the industry’s choice for post-production and color grading. Learn how and why you should use the primary and secondary grading features, along with how to read scopes. This will teach you how to make informed decisions so you can accurately balance shots. This year award-winning movies including “Bohemian Rhapsody”, “Green Book”, “Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse”, "Solo: A Star Wars Story” and “A Star is Born” were graded with DaVinci Resolve Studio. Learn why the industry is making DaVinci Resolve 16 their choice for color.

Saturday, August 10th

Instructor:
Jason Druss

DaVinci Resolve 16: Color Grading Workshop

1:45pm - 2:45pm

Delve into the worlds largest post-production software, DaVinci Resolve with Blackmagic Design. Learn everything you need in this introductory course to get hands-on and get started editing!

Saturday, August 10th

Instructor:
Jason Druss

DaVinci Resolve 16: Getting Started

4:45pm - 5:45pm

DaVinci Resolve 16 is the industry’s choice for post-production and color grading. Learn how and why you should use the primary and secondary grading features, along with how to read scopes. This will teach you how to make informed decisions so you can accurately balance shots. This year award-winning movies including “Bohemian Rhapsody”, “Green Book”, “Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse”, "Solo: A Star Wars Story” and “A Star is Born” were graded with DaVinci Resolve Studio. Learn why the industry is making DaVinci Resolve 16 their choice for color.

Saturday, August 10th

Instructor:
Jason Druss

DaVinci Resolve 16: Color Grading Workshop

6:00pm - 7:00pm

So you just completed your best screenplay yet! Now what? You'll need to cast, location scout, hire crew, obtain permits, funding, and the list goes on... Join award-winning Film/TV Producer (and the Associate Director of the NJ Film Commission), David Schoner, as you learn the inside scoop into what it takes to take your next best film from script to screen. David will also introduce the NEW Garden State Film & TV Production Tax Incentive - a program built to save New Jersey production companies and producers some extra cash for filming right here in our home state. With more exhibition and distribution outlets for your project today than ever before, it's time to say ACTION!

Sunday, August 11th

Instructor:
David Schoner

The Art of Producing

10:30am - 11:30am

Casting is one of the most crucial elements in the success of any project. It can also be the most stressful. The Art of the Audition is a fully comprehensive Casting Workshop, for both Actors and Filmmakers, which focuses on a variety of key concepts that artists can use to make the most of the Audition Process. Veteran Casting Director Roger Del Pozo will focus on how Actors can Audition Successfully and book more roles and how Directors can use the Audition Process creatively to enhance and elevate their projects. 

Sunday, August 11th

Instructor:
Roger Del Pozo

The Art of the Audition

12pm - 1pm

So you finshed your film or TV show and it's time to get it to the suites. Well how do you do it? Join Entertainment Lawyer Marissa Crespo through the journey and getting your next best show produced!

Sunday, August 11th

Instructor:
Marissa Crespo, Esq.

The Art of The Pitch

3:15pm - 4:15pm

Lights, Camera, Action! As a director, what’s in front of the camera is only as important as what’s happening behind the camera. Join award-winning DP/Director Dave Sperling for “The Art of The Scene”. Learn the terms, techniques and settings that all go behind composing your scene. You’ll walk through setting up the camera, lens and angle choices, exposure, lighting, and more!

Sunday, August 11th

Instructor:
David Sperling

The Art of The Scene

4:45pm - 5:45pm

 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Holmdel, New Jersey

Tel: 732-344-0946

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