Saturday, March 10, 2018 - 11:00
Workshop: Sound Design as a Storytelling Device
with Juli Saragosa
Location & Time: Bei Craft - 11:00
Tickets available online here
It’s said that sound is 50% of a film, but film sound is one of the most enigmatic components of creating a film. This workshop introduces filmmakers (directors, writers) to how sound contributes to their stories on-screen, and how they can start thinking about the role of sound design from the writing and pre-production stages of filmmaking through production and post-production. The workshop includes hands-on listening and noise-making exercises, but there is no technical component. Please bring pens and paper for the listening exercises, as well as any small objects that you feel makes an interesting sound.
Length 2.5 hours
Price: 12€* / 18€
Instructor: Juli Saragosa
Venue: Bei Craft
Juli Saragosa is an award-winning filmmaker and sound designer. She has 8 years of musical training in piano (which includes classical western music history and theory) from the Royal Conservatory of Music in Toronto, CA. And from 1996 to 2004, she worked as a contract sound editor for Tattersall Sound in Toronto, CA, under Jane Tattersall and co’s top-notch apprenticeship and high quality training. Since 2016, she is teaching Sound for film at the dbs Berlin film school.
This festival is aiming to support aspiring filmmakers and other interested in filmmaking, who are not usually represented in mainstream cinema. The workshops have limited space and therefore these are only open for women*, non-binary, trans and queer people. The festival itself is not separatist and our film screenings are open to all genders.