Explore your visual storytelling skills with Jonas Grimas, Director, London Film School, UK and winner of BAFTA Film Award for his film "Artisten".
In this one-day workshop, Grimas will take you through the creative process of making films, step by step, from how to read a script to how to work out your visual style.
Based on his 30 years of experience, Grimas will share all the things that he wishes he had known when he started out as a filmmaker.
Date: Sunday, 1 July 2018
Time: 9:00 am - 4:30 pm
Venue: Ramee Grand Hotel, Seef District
Who should attend?
Young directors and writers who would like to develop their skills and learn about the process of filmmaking.
How to register?
Send the below information to email@example.com by 10:00 am on Thursday, 28 June 2018.
- Contact information: (mobile and email)
- Why are you interested in this workshop? (50 words or less)
- Have you made any films in the past? (50 words or less)
* Seats are limited. Please register to book your place. Confirmed participants will receive an email notification by 3 PM on Thursday, 28 June 2018.
About Jonas Grimas:
Named Stockholm Cultural Award’s Cultural Personality of the Year (2011), Jonas has been based in London since 1988 where he has worked on a number of top British and Swedish crime dramas for the BBC and ITV. Jonas won the BAFTA Film Award for best short film with "Artisten" (The Artist).
About London Film School:
The London Film School (LFS) is an international film school celebrated for its commitment to film, craft excellence, innovation and creative freedom. The school is recognised by Creative Skillset as a Centre of Excellence Film Academy and consistently rated as one of the top international film schools.
Located in Covent Garden, LFS is the oldest film school in the UK. Deeply connected to local and international screen industries, LFS has alumni spanning the globe, and working in every part of the film industry. Their students and alumni have won every major award in the screen industries, and they continue to foster and nurture the next generation of filmmakers.
The school is committed to collaborative practice-based learning and produces up to 180 films every year. The result is a dynamic and intensive film environment which creates global networks for life.
For more information please visit our website: www.lfs.org.uk