P8626 instead of P17252 for a 6-day Field Documentary Workshop at IAFT
- Open to beginner and advanced-level directors
- The International Academy of Film and Television is like a Hollywood in Asia
- Located in the heart of Mactan Island
- Classes start on May 31 - June 5, 2011
- Taught by David Scott McDougall
- See the rules that apply to all deals
are a perfect way to capture life’s most important moments: like the time a baby dolphin emerges from its
mama’s womb, or the visitation of a
strange species from another planet. Witness life in undisturbed
technicolor with Today’s Sweet Deal: P8626 instead of P17252 for a 6-day Field Documentary Workshop at IAFT.
The experienced instructors of the International Academy of Film & Television (IAFT) lead intimate classes which hone the shooting of documentary-worthy ideas. Novice celluloid jockeys can build their professional portfolio by exploring and investigating hard-to-access topics such as the ins and outs of local charities and the riveting progression of real-time beard growth. Students also have the chance to come up with material geared toward the Rise Above Foundation in Cebu, a non-profit organization dedicated in assisting underprivileged folk.
The IAFT offers courses that fuse theory and application under the expert auspices of leading Hollywood filmmakers serving as faculty mentors. Located in the heart of Mactan Island, the tropical waterfront campus houses state-of-the-art facilities for both filming and post-production which thus allow neophytes to germinate blueprints for longer documentary pieces. IAFT shares their mastery of the visual arts with lessons on story pitching, creative shot sequences, necessary gear for continued shooting and finally weaving it all together before the grand premiere.