video Agenda training: Translate a story to a video

Facili2transform

Facilitates video storytelling for change

Translate a story to a video

Date:  14th and 15th December, 2017

Topic:  How to translate a story to a video - Storytelling by video

Number:  4 - 12 participants

Introduction

How to translate a story to a video? What are the characteristics of an effective story? How do you develop a story board? What are suggestions for shooting? How to do basic editing? During this training participants will acquire basic knowledge and skills on how to make a short video story of two minutes. Participants will be asked to bring their own camera and laptop, so that they can become familiar with their own equipment and immediately apply their lessons after the training. The training will be very practical. It is based on the principles of action learning. 'Doing, doing, reflection, getting feedback and doing, reflection and feedback.'

Goals

At the end of the training participants will have gained:

  • Knowledge and skills on how to translate a story of change in a video;
  • Knowledge about good and less successful examples of videos;
  • Knowledge and skills on how to develop a script or a storyboard;
  • Tips and suggestions about shooting, basic camera techniques and sound;
  • Knowledge and skills about basic editing and how to develop a video story of 2 minutes.

Price:  € 495,- (excluding VAT).  If you book before 20th November, 2017 you will get € 50,- reduction

Venue:  Around Utrecht, The Netherlands

For more information, download,  Training video making 14 - 15 December 2017

 

 

 

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I have met Simon almost 7 years ago while I was in high school. The great opportunity at that time was learning from the international trainers and their experience on how to build and maintain together the community. Step by step we got closer to the subject of filmmaking, In this way  it gave us the opportunity to represent ourselves and show our contribution to the society we belong to. Simon has been leading the group of young people by giving his great ideas and support in order to produce and harvest the best pieces of our daily activity through the camera lens
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