Northern New Mexico is abundant with Professional Media Makers and these 16X16 Filmmaker Workshops have been designed to offer our diverse students fantastic weekend workshops taught by skilled Instructors who are working in the media industry.

If you are ready to supercharge your weekends, these are for you!
For any additional information:

Contact UNM Taos Digital Media Arts (DMA)
Department Chair
Peter Walker
pedrowalker@unm.edu

16X16 GRAPHIC-Workshops-6

WORKSHOP #6: LIGHTS, CAMERA, GREEN SCREEN
DECEMBER 1-2, 2018
10AM – 4PM

Venue: Digital Media Arts Studio
115 Civic Plaza Drive and Bedford Lane

Parking available on Bedford Lane
Classrooms have a Digital Media Arts (DMA) banner hanging above them.

Theme: Green Screen Sci Fi

Calling all Filmmakers:  If you’ve ever wanted to polish your green screen skills this workshop is for you. Special bonus working with the freshly released Canon C200 and other bags of tricks.

Matthew Carman is a Canon Rep and Professional Photographer. This will be his third visit to our program.

16X16 GRAPHIC-Workshops-7 (1)

WORKSHOP #7: THAT’S A WRAP! MY FILM IS IN THE CAN … NOW WHAT? 
DECEMBER 8-9, 2018
10AM – 4PM

Venue: Digital Media Arts Studio
115 Civic Plaza Drive and Bedford Lane

Parking available on Bedford Lane
Classrooms have a Digital Media Arts (DMA) banner hanging above them.

Theme: Post Production and Distribution of your Media Project
You spent all your blood, sweat and tears to shoot your film after months, maybe years, of writing, pre-production, and principal photography and you finally did it – your film is in the can!  Now what?  This course will teach you the basics of Post Production Supervision – how to hire the right post production team and work with an editor; find music; the importance of color correction and grading; designing film art and title credits.  You may be asking yourself, “Once the film is finished, where do I send it and how to I find an audience?”  In our current mass-media market, there is no one path to where a film can go:  we’ll touch upon all the elements of post-production and what it takes to get your film to the audience you desire.

Duprelon Tizdale is the program director and co-founder of the Taos Shortz Film Festival, now in it’s 12th year. Tizzz has 30 years experience in the Hollywood film biz as an IATSE Union Professional. He has worked in just about every department, including, art, locations, and camera. He works as a DIT and color corrector, in addition to flying drones: he owns and operates Aerocus Aerials, an aerial cinematography business in Northern NM. Tizzz has worked as an editor and color corrector on numerous projects, through his post-production house, Set*A*Spell Media.