Film Training Manitoba’s Upcoming Workshops
Our workshops are held in various venues in the downtown area so please visit our course calendar for more information on how to find us, and how to register for these workshops. You can also call us at 989-9669!
**Film Training Manitoba is pleased to offer training at a significantly reduced cost to the Manitoba Film industry.
Scene Study with Ben Davis
January 22nd to the 24th | 10 am – 6 pm | $125
Location | Actor’s Training Centre
Straight from Los Angeles, acting coach Ben Davis will be using the Ivana Chubbuck Technique to take participants through a scene study workshop.
“After years of going to various acting workshops to hone my directing skills, last year I had the amazing experience of attending a workshop with Ben Davis. I think I learned more in one day than all of the other workshops combined. For my purposes Ben is the perfect coach: he’s enthusiastic, funny, extremely focused and very critical. But his criticism is always constructive and comes from a place of passion and belief in his student’s capabilities. I watched in wonder as over and over again he took competent performances and transformed them into riveting, compelling scenes. I’ll go to his classes whenever I can.”
– Norma Bailey, Director
IATSE 669 Assistant Camera Trainee Course
February 4th to the 7th | 8:30 am – 5 pm | $350
Location | *See full posting on the FTM calendar for more details
The purpose of the camera trainee course is to provide the basic set of skills needed to work on a Western-based union set (BC, AB, SK, & MB). This course is structured to give participants an introduction to cinematography within a union environment. The emphasis will be on the camera department, specifically the duties of a camera trainee who is working towards becoming a 2nd camera assistant. This course will be taught in a combination of lecture and hands on teaching techniques.
Upon successful completion of the assistant trainee course, participants will be accepted into the camera trainee program. The ultimate aim of the trainee program is to produce working 2nd camera assistants in the IATSE 669 union, whose skills and professional workmanship help to create a desirable environment for productions contemplating shooting in Western Canada.
*Please visit our course calendar for more information on the assistant camera trainee course, including eligibility requirements for the course.
FTM workshops taking place in early 2010;
Dr. Linda Seger Screenwriting Workshop
February 10th – 14th | 9:30 am – 5 pm | $300
Location | Burn’s Family Classroom, 218 – 100 Arthur Street
February 13th | 9 am – 5 pm | $100
February 21st | 8 am – 3 pm | $150