What is Film workshop for digital natives?
Pula Film Festival turns fantasy into reality! In collaboration with the international company MYTHERAPY STUDIO, it is once again organising a creative workshop for children - WORKSHOP FOR DIGITAL NATIVES. The workshop was designed in cooperation with Dado Valentić, founder of Mytherapy Studio, a leading UK-based creative studio for digital colour correction.
Who is this workshop for?
You want to become a screenwriter, a director, a costume designer or an actor? The door of the workshop is open: step into a world of everything you only could have seen on a TV or a big screen. Together with other film enthusiasts and state-of-the-art technology, be a part of this creative and exciting story and make your own film. The workshop will be held in English, and all children aged 12 to 16 can apply.
What can you expect from the workshop?
The programme is divided into a practical and a theoretical session, with special lectures organised in cooperation with leading film professionals. All participants will have a unique opportunity to work on state-of-the-art cameras and learn everything related to production and postproduction processes, step by step, just like Hollywood professionals. By using the latest filmmaking equipment and presenting their works, participants will familiarize themselves with the latest digital technologies and experience all the segments of the film and TV industry in front and behind the camera, including:
• Creative writing
• Costuming and make-up
• VFX , Colour grading
You can receive all additional information by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
|Judita Gamulin (1992), Film Workshop leader, is in her final year of pursuing her MA degree in film and television directing at the Academy of Dramatic Art in Zagreb, where she has previously earned a BA in editing. Over the last 5 years, she has been simultaneously working in film production as editor, screenwriter, assistant director and director. Her short film Flowers was nominated for the Student Academy Award in 2016.|
Dado Valentić is an award winning colour grading artist with over 17 years of industry experience. Dado is one of the leading developers in the area of colour science for digital film cameras. He created Mytherapy's Colour Science a unique approach to processing of digital images and a film stock emulation technology. He is also an instructor for the International Colourist Academy and REDUCATION and is a regular speaker on major industry events. Dado Valentic has worked on over 30 feature films and numerous commercials. He is best known for his work on ‘Absolutely Anything’ directed by Terry Jones and starring Simon Pegg, ‘A Hundred Streets’ starring Idris Elba, ‘Total Recall’, ‘Mr Nice’, ‘Sherlock Holmes’ by Guy Richie, ‘Dough’ starring Jonathan Pryce and ‘Blackwood’ by Adam Wimpenny. Dado is the founder of Mytherapy, a creative studio for digital colour correction and motion picture retouching. In 2014 the company expanded to the US making partnership with Versatile studio - creating Versatile Colour powered by Mytherapy in NYC.