FILM HISTORY FOR HIGH SCHOOLERS - Education film course instructed by Glenn Andreiev

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Showings

Cinema Arts Centre - Cinema 1 Sat, Jul 14 9:00 AM

Description

Reel Knowledge

FILM HISTORY FOR HIGH SCHOOLERS

Education film course instructed by Glenn Andreiev

Saturdays July 14 & 21 at 9 am
$60

Learn the mesmerizing path films took from the black and white, wordless, exciting moving images of the silent era to the overwhelming films we see today.

Film historian and film maker Glenn Andreiev is offering to young movie fans, (between the ages 12 and 18) a two day course on the history of movies. See how film artists like Buster Keaton, Alfred Hitchcock, Orson Welles and Steven Spielberg rewrote filmmaking rules. Watch how movie-making tools were revised to enhance color, sound, widescreen and computer generated images. Students will also get hands-on experience with vintage film-making tools.

Glenn Andreiev is a longtime Long Island filmmaker and film historian. He has lectured at the Cinema Arts Centre, local libraries, the Northport VA, and at School of Visual Arts, where he holds a BFA in Film. His work as a filmmaker has appeared on CNN, TruTV, Newsday and The View. His latest documentaries include Lost Emulsion and The Wendy Wild Story.