AFTRS School Holiday Workshops

AFTRS School Holiday Workshops

Katrina Hughes, 21st June 2019
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From film-making and digital animation to blood and guts movie make-up, screen music and HSC video skills, the Australian Film Television and Radio School (AFTRS) has you covered this July holidays.

 

All courses are taught by industry professionals at the AFTRS state-of-the-art studios and facilities in Sydney.
 
8-9 July: Visual Effects on Screen: Grades 7-11

  • Learn how to create cool animated sequences for your video content.

 
8-10 July: Writing a Short Film: Grades 7-12

  • Learn the art of writing a short film – from initial conception through to the development of your story.

 
9-11 July: HSC Video Intensive: Grades 10-12

  • This course is a skill and story development workshop for emerging filmmakers tackling an individual project for the HSC.

 
15-17 July: Teens Digi Animation: Grades 7-11

  • Working with an industry professional, you will learn digital animation skills to advance your animation journey.

 
15-19 July: The Real Film-Making Workshop: Grades 7-11

  • An excellent opportunity to collaborate with a group of creative young people for a real film-making experience.

 

17-19 July: Special Effects Makeup: Grades 8-11

  • Learn some of the techniques and special applications from a movie make-up specialist.

 

Got a question? Contact us: shortcourses@aftrs.edu.au /1300 065 281

 

AFTRS is a valued partner of the CBAA.

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