Shextreme Film School PRESENTS
HOW TO FILM YOUR ADVENTURE
Thursday 5th October | Artswork Media, 7.02 Paintworks, Bristol BS4 3EH | 7PM - 9:30PM
Here to empower you with new skills and confidence to film your next adventure.
An action-packed programme of four masterclasses led by award-winning filmmakers.
MASTERCLASS: HOW TO CRAFT YOUR ADVENTURE STORY ON SCREEN
Claire-Jane Carter is an award-winning filmmaker, writer and Artistic Director of Kendal Mountain Festival.
Claire's film credits include Shextreme film favourite Operation Moffat (2015) featuring legendary writer and the first female British Mountain Guide: Gwen Moffat.
Claire's latest adventure film was BMC TV's award-winning short film The Bothy Project (2017), which followed four female artists to a remote Scottish bothy to untangle their need for outdoor space. Claire's adventure writing also recently took her to Morocco with adventure photographer Krystle Wright.
MASTERCLASS: EDITING EXCELLENCE - POST-PRODUCTION PRO TIPS & TECHNIQUES
Mark Adams created and co-founded Bristol’s Doghouse Post Production. He was responsible for designing, implementing all infrastructure technology and successful workflow paths. He steered the facility through from conception, to become a leading post-production brand and delivering high-end television programming.
Mark's aim, both professionally and personally, has been to make Post Production less of a dark art and more inclusive for all. Innovating and creating new workflow designs has always been a passion of mine and as technology around us changes so rapidly, he feels excited about what's around the next technical corner.
MASTERCLASS: THE MATERNAL LANDSCAPE OF ADVENTURE FILMMAKING
Rosie Reed-Hillman is a multi award winning filmmaker, photographer and social researcher based in South Yorkshire, UK.Her short film Cailleach (2014) - a portrait of a woman living a unique, wild life in the Outer Hebrides has won 6 awards including Best Short at San Francisco International Film Festival and been screened at over 30 festivals internationally.
Rosie is committed to exploring a feminist filmmaking and wants her films to make an impact through connecting audiences to personal and compelling stories told with women not about them.
MASTERCLASS: BREATHING LIFE INTO YOUR ADVENTURE FILM PRODUCTION WITH SOUND DESIGN
Edward Tristram is a lecturer in Post-Production audio for Bath Spa University.
Edward resides in Cardiff where he achieved his BSc and MSc in Music Production and Engineering.
He is a professional sound editor and has worked on TV shows such as House of Anubis and Law and Order: UK.
Edward also specialises in sound design for film and has recently completed a 2017 feature: Canaries.