Date: Thursday, June 17, 2021
Place: Virtual Workshop (Zoom)
This 90-minute workshop is a chance for Directors who also are Cinematographers to share their insights and experiences behind the camera. This open discussion on how to use the medium of film to capture emotion, story, character and place is for the intermediate filmmaker who has made one or more digital films and has an interest in exploring their craft.
Filmmaker Nadine Patterson will share her lessons from four masters of cinematography (people she learned from or worked with in real life and whose films/work she loves):
MIKE BOYER: KYW TV’s First Black Cameraman, Founder of CommiComp a non-profit media arts center that trained a generation of people of color, and women in the television news and documentary industry from 1972-1978. Director of Photography for ANNA RUSSELL JONES: PRAISESONG FOR A POINEERING SPIRIT .
LEMAR WILLIAMS: Instructor at Scribe Video Center and Co-Director and Cinematographer for BLACK & BLUE.
JACK CARDIFF: DP for BLACK NARCISSUS, THE RED SHOES, and many other classic B&W and Technicolor films. IMDB Page
TAK FUJIMOTO: DP for BADLANDS, THE SILENCE OF THE LAMBS, BELOVED, SIXTH SENSE, PHILADELPHIA, etc. IMDB Page
Nadine Patterson, Independent Producer HipCinema and Co-Founder SIFTMedia 215 Collective.
The SIFTMedia 215 Collective is a cooperative that centers Black and Latinx women-identified independent media artists who work in the Philadelphia metropolitan area. As filmmakers, we seek to educate ourselves and the wider community by creating socially conscious, culturally relevant work that challenges mainstream narratives and structures. Our mission is to use our collective strength to amplify the work of and create meaningful opportunities for Black and Latinx Women content creators by providing a community of support to share resources, skills, and creative space.