Creating a PSA or Short Film
With: Mark Wolf
Info: Mar 31-Apr 1 • Sat/Sun • 9:00am-4:00pm • 2 mtgs • UHM Sakamaki C104, Manoa MultiMedia Lab • $250
Event ID: L11971
Over two intensive days, learn to wield the tools of visual storytelling to create a PSA or short film to promote your organization or cause. In the first day, learn the basics of scriptwriting and storytelling through breaking down a short, prepared script, then work as a team and film the script using HD equipment. In the second day, continue and finish filming, then edit the film together with Final Cut Pro. This is a great course for the new or up and coming filmmaker to learn and feel confident that they have the power to create a film.
Mark Wolf has a passion for creating media with meaning. He taught media production to empower youth to create solutions to issues in their community. He has worked on Lostand at PBS, and was a Founder of 1001 Stories, an HD Production Company. He has written, directed, or produced content for the Barack Obama campaign, the US Navy, the Emperor and Empress of Japan, the Institute for Human Services, and Kanu Hawaii. He served at the White House New Media Department, where he helped create films for the official White House website and YouTube Channel, and he currently serves as New Media director for The Office of The Governor.
Supported in part by the State Foundation on Culture and the Arts.