Oneida Smartphone Film Festival
The Oneida Film Society presents the first Oneida Smartphone Film Festival. The theme for the festival is Telling Our Own Stories. Our vision is to create a film platform for novice and experienced filmmakers to incorporate talent and creativity into a 3-10 minute film captured on a smartphone or tablet. We are looking for stories created by Wisconsin residents that represent Native communities and inspire individuals to promote self-discovery, connection, and build relationships with others. Submissions will narrate belief, culture, and personal stories. Grant funds were received from the State of Wisconsin and the National Endowment of the Arts to support the Oneida Smartphone Film Festival.
Oneida Smartphone Film Festival Kickoff-June 20 Learn how to create and submit films from your smartphone or tablet with our storyboard and technology workshops. Workshops will be led by filmmaker Alex Zacarias and Apple Certified Trainer Nathan Fregien with guest speaker Debra Morningstar. Debra Morningstar will present Moccasin Walk: Finding My Way Back Home. Workshops will concentrate on storyboarding, ideas to create a film, Apple and Android smartphone filmmaking apps. We will review and demonstrate emerging smartphone filmmaking apps while exploring editing techniques along with other smartphone filmmaking tips and tricks including:
1.) Apps for Filmmaking:
o Apple iOS: Apple Clips, Apple iMovie, Adobe Premiere Clip
o Android: Adobe Premiere Clip, Cyberlink PowerDirector
2.) Tripods: When do you need a tripod?
3.) Audio: Monitoring, onboard mic, external mics & adapters
4.) Lens Options: Take control of your focus, exposure, frame rate, zoom, lens effects, etc
5.) Tips and Tricks for shooting (Shoot-to-Edit, Hand-Held Movement, Using your body)
Refreshments will be provided. Bring your family, friends, and win some cool prizes-you don’t want to miss this event!
Register on the green button above to reserve your spot!