Message posted on 11/11/2021

Granada Centre Short Course in FIlmmaking 13th-24th June 2022

We are pleased to announce that the 2022 edition of The Granada Centre Short Course in Ethnographic Documentary FIlmmaking will take place full time from the 13th-24th June 2022

The course is for beginners who want to learn the technicalities of camera use, editing and sound recording, applied to the specific perspective of ethnographic documentary and visual anthropology.

Over the course of two weeks, you will learn how to shoot, make and edit films using a range of professional and/or easily available equipment. The course will include classes in visual methods, in using film and sound in research, the analysis of different documentary genres and instruction in audiovisual media across a range of platforms for disseminating research and achieving impact. Participants have come from all over the world and have previously included leading international academics, people from arts and scientific disciplines, teaching and NGO backgrounds, MA and PhD students, and University of Manchester staff.

The course is convened by Lorenzo Ferrarini and Alexandra D’Onofrio and will include classes and workshops by Granada Centre staff such as Rupert Cox, Angela Torresan and Andrew Irving. Equipment will be provided by the Granada Centre for Visual Anthropology. No previous filmmaking experience is required.

We’re happy to announce that for 2022 (the eighth consecutive year) the total fees for the course have remained as follows:

Students and concessions (unemployed, University of Manchester staff): £950 Standard fee: £1150 Professors: £1350

Places can be booked via the link below with a £250 deposit.

The course usually sells out very quickly and so please book soon if you're interested.

-- The Granada Centre for Visual Anthropology , University of Manchester

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