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Fifo Festival in Tahiti

Workshops

Reserved for High School Students Studying Audiovisual

15 participants per workshop maximum

 

Image Shooting and Editing Workshop

ben-photo-TIFacilitator : Benjamin Vitrol Vautier

Time : Monday and Tuesday from 9 am to 11 am, and from 1 pm to 3 pm

Place : Lesson Room 4

With the help of the director and web doc specialist Benjamin, participants will produce a small scene (a short 10 second film). By using After Effects software, the pupils will be introduced to lettering work and animating lettering.

 

Stop-Motion Workshop

Moorea_025Facilitator : Luce Pasquini

Time : Monday from 1 pm to 3 pm

Place : To’ata Loge

With the help of the digital arts teacher Luce, pupils will be shown how to produce animations on the image-by-image principle, using digital photos to form short animated sequences.

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Script Writing Workshop

Vitavi_251113_153Facilitator : Sydélia Guirao

Time : Monday and Tuesday from 9 am to 11 am, and from 1 pm to 3 pm

Place : Stand at the FIFO Village

To learn to write a good scenario, it is necessary to learn to interpret a film image. This is what Sydélia, a writing specialist, will suggest to all pupils with the aim to train the eye to interpret images. Pupils will then begin writing, integrating the rules for structuring a story. Sydélia will also divulge a few tips for stringing together a good scenario.

 

Techniques for Acting before the camera Workshop

Facilitator : Sarah Dukhan

Time : Monday and Tuesday from 9 am to 11 am, and from 1 pm to 3 pm

Place : Marquee

Actress and drama teacher, Sarah Dukhan, will provide a fun exercise practising the improvisation, breathing, articulation, emotions like in a drama lesson. The  pupils will be able to watch themselves on the screen and improve thanks to the group.

 

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