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The University of Texas at Austin's Department of Radio-Television-Film (RTF) Media Workshops take place in the evenings and on weekends on the UT Austin campus. These workshops are designed for adult learners; mature teens are also welcome. If you are interested in summer classes for teenagers, please explore RTF's exciting array of summer day camps.
Note: Current UT students interested in learning filmmaking are encouraged to enroll in the RTF 318, Intro to Image and Sound (Intro to Filmmaking) summer course, and not in the film production workshop.
Take part in a "filmmaker face-off" style of workshop to create your own original short films. Work in teams of two filmmakers to write, shoot, direct, and edit video to create a short film. There will also be one all-day camera and lighting workshop. Twelve meetings for each session.
(Tuesdays & Thursdays + 1 Saturday))
|Week 1:||7/7 & 7/9 TuTh||6:30–9:30 pm|
7/14 & 7/16 TuTh
9 am - 4 pm
|Week 3:||7/21 & 7/23 TuTh||6:30-9:30 pm|
|Week 4:||7/28 & 7/30 TuTh||6:30–9:30 pm|
|Week 5:||8/4 & 8/6 TuTh||6:30–9:30 pm|
|8/7 Fri, 7 pm SCREENING|
Do you have a great idea for a feature film? Many have great ideas; only few craft them into screenplays. In this workshop, learn screenwriting fundamentals as you develop your idea from pitch to outline to screenplay. While no previous screenwriting experience is necessary, having completed a college English course is recommended.
DATES: 6/10-7/25 meets twice a week (12 meetings - No class the week of June 29th, in honor of Indepedence Day),
Wednesdays 6:30 - 9:30 pm & Saturdays 9 am-12 pm
MOTION GRAPHICS AND VISUAL FX WORKSHOP
For the aspiring digital artist, go from beginner to master in days in this practical hands-on exploration. This introductory course is designed to expand your knowledge of the world of motion graphics and visual effects. We will focus on compositing and techniques to enrich your videos with matte paintings, typography, particle effects and much more.
We begin with Adobe Photoshop: concept art and matte painting techniques, exploring perspective and painting with light. We then move into Adobe After Effects where we bring these elements to life through animation, vector-based masks, rotoscoping, mattes, text animation, particles, time manipulation, green screen and 3D. If you dream it, you can make it; you don't even need to know how to draw!
Participants will emerge with a portfolio of digital art, animation, and effects work.
DATES: 7/6-7/29 Mondays and Wednesday, 6:30 - 9:30 pm