ADVANCED CINEMATOGRAPHY CAMERA WORKSHOP II – ARRI SR3 16MM CAMERA
April 8 @ 10:00 am - 5:00 pm
Cost: Full members: $90.00/Basic members: $100.00/Non-members: Student rate $125.00 and Non-Student rate $180.00
(All non–member rates include an IFCO membership)
Instructor: Marianne Ploska
Registration Deadline: Friday, March 31st, 2017
ONLY 6 SPOTS AVAILABLE!
This full day hands-on workshop will provide you with the operational information needed for the successful use of IFCO’s Arri SR 3 Super 16mm camera. The following will be covered during the class, camera setup and breakdown, magazine loading, lens removal, matte box, follow focus, video assist and filter operation, plus basic information on the required care, handling and cleaning of the camera.
Prior to registering for this workshop students must have knowledge of 16mm filmmaking and have some experience working with one or more of IFCO’s 16mm cameras, Bolex, Arri BL or our Éclair NPR. Having experience using IFCO’s Arri 35mm 2C camera qualifies as well. If your previous experience is at a minimum level please check with IFCO’s Technical Coordinator to see if your experience qualifies you for the class.
Marianne Ploska began her cinema journey in France, learning film camera techniques with fellow experimental filmmakers at the Collectif Jeune Cinéma and L’Etna in Paris. After studying filmmaking at Concordia University, she is now working as a camera assistant in the fiction world, and develops her personal practice through different documentary and experimental projects. She recently co-signed the cinematography of Jean-François Lesage’s A Summer Love, which was awarded the “grand prix de la compétition nationale longs métrages” at the 18e RIDM festival in Montréal.
Enrolment for this class is limited, and will be on a first come, first serve basis. If you’d like more information, or would like to register for the workshop, please contact our Membership Coordinator, at 613.569.1789 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.