Friday, February 24, 2006
Tired of those long, drawn-out doc shoots? What if someone put you on a strict time limit and told you what to shoot? Might be interesting.
The International Documentary Challenge (IDC) is a timed filmmaking competition where filmmaking teams from around the world have just over 5 days to make a short documentary film!
The 1st Annual IDC will take place March 22 through March 27, 2006. The early registration fee is $110 and the deadline is February 28. After February 28, the registration fee will be $125. Only 250 teams will be accepted, so be sure to register early.
Click here for more info.
Apple has published an online editing seminar for editing in Final Cut Pro on location with a PowerBook.
"Whether you are a journalist or videographer, the Macintosh PowerBook G4 and Apple's Final Cut Pro can help you tell more compelling stories by capturing and editing video in the field. In this seminar, one of the world's top journalists shares his secrets for shooting and editing broadcast video using a mobile field editing system. Join Dr. Bob Arnot and discover how he reveals the inside stories behind some of the world's most exciting, heartrending and dangerous world events."
Click here to check it out.