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Camera Assistant Workshop
November 27, 2021, 1:00 PM - 5:00 PMFREE
NOTE: This workshop is currently full. You may apply to be added to the waitlist; typically with free workshops there are some who are unable to make it.
In this one day workshop, participants are going to have hands on experience with all things camera. The Camera Department as a whole will be explained, all roles within the department, the responsibilities of each person, and how they all interact. Once this is done, we are going to build a camera package together and experience how to run a Camera team. We will see how the 1st Assistant interacts with the 2nd Assistant, and how they work as a team to keep the camera in shape and rolling. Once you take this workshop, you’ll feel confident in how to best support your cinematographer in the collective goal of making a project happen.
Instructor: Bob L’Heureux
Instructor Bio: Bob L’Heureux is a Camera Assistant, Cinematographer, and Improviser. He has been in the industry since 2017. He started out as a locations PA and quickly found a passion for Camera. Since this discovery, he has worked on many music videos, short films, television shows, and documentaries as a Camera Assistant. He loves the dynamic lifestyle of film, and how each project is a new set of challenges and experiences.
In addition to Camera, Bob was an Assistant Producer for a nature documentary called, “Frick: I Love Nature”. He has also produced Sketch Comedy shows and Improv shows in Edmonton, AB.
Bob’s website: https://www.boblheureux.com
Please note that this workshop will be implementing the Restrictions Exemptions Program. Proof of vaccination or a valid negative COVID-19 test will be required to attend. More information on how FAVA is navigating COVID-19 can be found here: https://fava.ca/equipment-and-studios/covid-19/.
When: November 27th, 2021 from 1pm – 5pm.
Deadline to register: November 26th @ noon.
Cost: FREE for Members & Non-members
Location: The Orange Hub
Register below or email [email protected] for more information.
Presented in Partnership with the Edmonton Screen Industries Office (ESIO)