Resource Speaker/Expert: EJ Mijares
Room A – June 08, 2019 | Saturday, 09:30 am – 05:00 pm (Wholeday)
Documentary films are commonly characterized by their long duration and slow pace.
The proliferation of video content on the internet has allowed documentary films to evolve into something that is digestible thru mobile devices. We often see short 1-3 minute documentaries tackling people, events and life. This seminar is meant to guide the participants in producing a short and engaging documentary film.
At the end of the course, the participants will be able to produce their own bite-sized docu film.
Level: Beginner to Intermediate
Target Audience: Creative directors, Videographers, Photographers, Corporate communicators, Multimedia, PR and Marketing practitioners, and those involved in video production projects.
Accumulated Twenty (20) years of experience as film editor with numerous professional achievements, he specializes in producing films about indigenous land, rural and urban poor issues. He directed more than 50 documentaries since 2003 for different public and private organizations such as National Commission for Cuture and the Arts (NCAA), Goethe Institute – Manila, European Union, United Nations, World Vision Philippines, Shell Philippines, and ABSCBN.
He also has a passion for teaching as he also conducts documentary workshops and trainings and feature film production. He is the co-owner and academic director of SHOOT! Practical Videography School.
He holds Bachelor of Arts, Major in Film and Audio Visual Communications, University of the Philippines, Film Institute, Diliman, Quezon City.