Planning a Low-Budget Documentary
DATES: Wednesdays, August 29, September 12, 19, 26, October 10; TIME: 7:00PM-9:00PM; SUMMER 2012
Have an idea for a video documentary project? This intensive workshop is designed for people who want to work in small-format video (DV, MiniDV and HDV). Learn how to creatively develop and break down your idea into a one-page treatment and introduce materials to create project production schedules and a sample budget. This is the ideal workshop for first-time videomakers at the start of their projects.
For more information, please call 215-222-4201 or register online now.
INSTRUCTOR: Anula Shetty received her MFA in Film & Media Arts from Temple University. She is a co-director of Termite TV Collective, a group of video artists who produce experimental and activist media. Her work has been broadcast on PBS and screened at festivals and museums worldwide, including the Museum of Modern Art & The Flaherty Film Seminar. Her work includes the documentary Kamaka‚eha, Aching Eye (Grand Prize, U.S. Super8 Film Fest) and the short fiction film Paddana, Song of the Ancestors (Best First Film, Mumbai International Film Festival). Anula is a recipient of three Media Arts Fellowships from the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts. She received a 2004 Project Involve Fellowship from the Independent Feature Project, two Independence Foundation Fellowships in 2003 and 2011 and a 2007 Leeway Foundation Transformation Award. Anula has taught film and video production at Arcadia University, University of the Arts, Asian Arts Initiative, Scribe Video Center and the Reichhold Arts Center in the U.S. Virgin Islands. She is currently working on a documentary A Womb of Oneʻs Own"about the fertility and surrogacy industry in India.