We congratulate all the participant for successfully finishing the comprehsive 2 weeks in Creative Media. “We believe all the gained learning experiences will be shared and put into use in producing quality work from today and welcome to the Moving Tanzania Community” Mr. Wilson Masaka, Moving Tanzania Hub Manager.
Feature films produced by participants;
This film was produce by Creative Media master class hosted at Kilimanjaro Film Institute.
The course was conducted on 18th May – 29th May 2015 and the participants were required to create a feature story film parallel to the class lectures as part of practical learning. Next class will be sound and music in Film starting 15th June – 29th June 2015.
Great feature film produced by the Creative Media Class of 18th May to 29th May 2015The . video is meant for education purpose only.
At Kilimanjaro Film Institute (KFI) we conduct Master Classes on Cinematography, Technical Editing, Creative Entrepreneurship and Sound & Music in film. Moving Tanzania program aims at building self-reliant market for documentary making and cultural storytelling in East Africa.
The target groups are:- Makers of documentaries and cultural storytelling for companies, institutions or self-employed, film-makers, video directors, camera operators, editors, scriptwriters, video journalists etc from East African Community.
Brief Summary introduction of the Master classes:
CREATIVE MEDIA 18TH MAY – 29TH MAY 2015
Camera technique introduction: GET RID OF AUTOMATIC
Camera-technique framing & composition: THE BIG SHOT
More cinematography: SEEING THE LIGHT
Inspiration: Get rid of registration
Creative skills: USE YOUR IMAGINATION
Creative skills: FROM RESEARCH TO IMAGE LOOK AND FEEL
Technical editing using Final Cut Pro
Class assignment and presentation
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MUSIC & SOUND IN FILM 15TH JUNE – 26TH JUNE 2015
Master class Music and Sound in film course aims to invoke reflectivity, creativity and questions film-makers about the importance of Sound and Music in Film. In two weeks the participants will learn the following;
Understanding different microphones and their sensitivity.
Understanding different between stereo and how to use hand recorder (Zoom, H4N/H2N).
Understand how to mix dialogue, Music and Voice over in Film.
Our approach is learning by doing, we have the latest equipments that
the participants will use during outdoor assignments. They will also
produce small assignments.
A/C Name: Kilimanjaro Film Institute
Bank Name:Standard Chartered Bank-Arusha Branch
Mr. Laurent Kiria is our master trainer in Sound and Music in film at KFI production and Moving Tanzania master classes. Last week he participated in the just concluded Mashariki African Film Festival that took place in Kigali, Rwanda from 9th March to 14th March 2015.
This week he will share the acquired skills and knowledge at the ongoing master classes hosted at the Kilimanjaro Film Institute under the Moving Tanzania program which is scheduled to end on 20th March 2015.
We also thank Mr. Rama of Kili Inc and also an alumnus of KFI for his dedication and expertise during his facilitation in the first week of Sound and Music in Film master class which started on 9th March 2015.
The master class in Rwanda that Laurent attended was facilitated by the East African Community, GIZ and Mashariki African Film Festival (MAFF) in conjunction with the East African Film Network (EAFN).
The course module covered the following;
Introduction to sound; what is sound, recognizing pitch, loudness, timbre.
Converting sound waves to electric signals, dynamic, condenser and ribbon microphones.
Amplifiers and loud speakers for surround and screen sound tracks.
Sound recording for film, analogue sound, digital sound and Dolby sound.
Sound recording required for documentary and feature films.
Sound transfer and editing; sync sound with picture, linear editing and non linear editing.
Prepare for dialogue tracks, sound effects and music, Foley sound effects.
Sound dubbing, dubbing for animation films, changing language of the film to other. 8. Mixing sound for film, Dolby SR, DOLBY SR-D, DTS.