Hay on Film
Spend the Weekend with Top Film-makers in Hay-on-Wye.
From May 25th, for three days, Oscar winners and nominees will be amongst the many film-makers descending on Hay-on-Wye for a weekend of master-classes, screenings, Q&A sessions and the blowing-up of trains at Hay on Film, the inaugural event of the Hay Film School.
All aspects of the film-making craft will be represented. Directors, Producers, Cinematographers, Screenwriters, Editors, Make-up Designers, Colourists, Visual Effects and Special Effects Artists will all be sharing their expertise and experiences.
The event on 25th -27th May will be hosted in the new Richard Booth’s Bookshop Cinema, part of the redevelopment of the famous bookshop which has been undertaken over the last three years by new owner, Elizabeth Haycox.
Tickets are incredible value at just £10 each and can be booked by calling the Box Office on 01497 821526
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Weekend Highlights Include:
- Q&A with Revel Guest, Executive Producer, War Horse
- Script writing workshop with Bruce Robinson, The Rum Diary, Withnail & I, The Killing Fields
- Working with Kubrick: Doug Milsome ASC BSC
- Touring the world with Jack Cardiff: Craig McCall
- Production Technology – Fight, Flight or Embrace: Miguel Ferros
- Using Steadicam: Paul Edwards, Associate BSC
- The Art of the Budget: David Ball
- Working with Red: Keefa Chan
- Bloody Marvellous!: Special effects make-up with Claire Williams
- Screenings of Student films from UK & Europe
- Sound Design: Paul Davies
- Screening of Footfalls with Director & Choreographer, Caroline Lamb
The following events are also supported by the Creative Skillset Film Skills Fund as part of A Bigger Future 2:
- Terrence Malick’s ‘A Tree of Life’ – Q&A session with Co-Producer, Nigel Ashcroft
- The Horror Movie! Q& A with director Julian Richards
- The Art of the Colourist: Gwyn Evans
- Editing Workshop with John Richards, Band of Brothers
- VFX Compositing with Ian Murphy, Green Zone
- SFX Workshop : Tom Harris
- Cinematography Workshop supported by the BSC, (The British Society of Cinematographers) covering origination using 35mm / Super 16mm Film and HD formats with Nic Morris BSC
|On Friday 25th May, for £50, there are 8 places on each of three ‘Shooting a Short Film’ practical courses. Three BSC Directors of Photography will mentor delegates on use of high-end HD cameras: Arri Alexa, Red, Panasonic, to a script provided in advance.|
|The Encounters Short Film & Animation Film Festival will waive the entry fees for these 3 films if the ‘teams’ wish to enter them into the September 2012 Festival.This special event is supported by Creative Skillset, the BSC, the GBCT (The Guild of British Camera Technicians), the ACO (The Association of Camera Operators) and Encounters|
There will also be equipment demonstrations, screenings and Q&As with BSC Cinematographers all weekend.