Sep 292016
 

The Advanced Grip: Camera Movement instructional workshop for training students on the properly assembly and operation of camera movement technologies such as our camera dolly, laying track, and camera jib will be hosted on the dates and times below. Students who wish to use this equipment on their projects must attend these workshops. Use of camera movement equipment is limited to students currently enrolled in supported production courses that have the appropriate tier of access.

 Advanced Grip: Camera Movement Workshop:

  • Tuesday, October 11th at 11am – 12:30pm – Film Sound Stage NSC-157

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Additional information about these workshops can be found here. Please email any inquiries about instructional workshops provided by Film Operations to filmoperations@ucf.edu.

Sep 292016
 

Required instructional workshops for students using the downtown Studio 500 Sound Stage CEM-157 are being offered on the dates and times below. Please be aware that there are three separate workshops. Two are required for the production of any project on this stage – Rigging, Safety & Procedures and the Electrical Distribution workshops; and one is required for any production that requires the construction of a set using flats and other materials – Flats, Construction & Painting. Use of the Studio 500 facility is limited to students currently enrolled in supported production courses.

Studio 500 Sound Stage CEM-157 | Instructional Workshops:

  • Friday, September 30th
    • 1pm – 2:30pm – Sound Stage: Rigging, Safety & Procedures
    • 2:45pm – 4:15pm  – Sound Stage: Electrical Distribution
    • 4:30pm – 6pm – Sound Stage: Flats, Construction & Painting
  • Friday, October 7th – CANCELED DUE TO HURRICANE MATTHEW
    • 10am – 11:30am – Sound Stage: Rigging, Safety & Procedures
    • 11:45pm – 1:15pm – Sound Stage: Electrical Distribution
    • 2:00pm – 3:30pm – Sound Stage: Flats, Construction & Painting

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A map to UCF Center for Emerging Media can be found here. Park on or across the street from the buidling. The Studio 500 sound stage is located on the west end of the building. Additional information about these workshops can be found here. Please email any inquiries about instructional workshops provided by Film Operations to filmoperations@ucf.edu.

Sep 292016
 

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Instructional workshops are being held on how to properly build and operate the Blackmagic Design URSA Mini 4.6K. This workshop is required for any student who wishes to checkout an URSA Mini camera package for use in their supported production course. Attendance is limited to 20 participants per workshop, first come first served. The workshops will be held on the Film Sound Stage | NSC 181A at the following dates and times.

Advanced Camera: Blackmagic Design URSA Mini Workshops:

  • Monday, October 3rd at 3:15pm
  • Wednesday, October 5th at 3:15pm (limited access – Directing for Film II students only)
  • Monday, October 10th at 3:15pm
  • Tuesday, October 11th at 3:15pm

Please email anY inquiries about instructional workshops provided by Film Operations to filmoperations@ucf.edu.

Sep 172014
 

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Students wishing to have their production on either the main campus Sound Stage | NSC-157 or the Studio 500 downtown at the Center for Emerging Media are required to attend a series of mandatory Instructional Workshops in order to gain access. Once a student has attend this series of workshops, the training qualifies you to use the sound stages for the rest of your time here at UCF.

This semesters Sound Stage workshops will be taking place on Friday, September 26th, downtown at the UCF Center for Emerging Media. The agenda is as follows:

  • 10:00am – 11:30am – Sound Stage: Rigging, Safety & Procedures;
  • 11:30am – 1:00pm – Sound Stage: Electrical Distribution;
  • 1:00pm – 2:00pm – Lunch Break
  • 2:00pm – 4:00pm – Sound Stage: Flats, Construction & Painting.

Students and their key crew members (i.e. DP, Gaffer, Key Grip) must be present for the Rigging, Safety & Procedures and the Electrical Distribution workshops to get final approval when submitting either a Sound Stage | NSC-181A or Studio 500 application. Students are not required to attend the Flats, Construction & Painting workshop if they do not plan on building any sets or use power tools while using the stage. Any student wishing to learn more about working on a sound stage is welcomed to attend and participate.

Visit the Instructional Workshops page to learn more about what each workshop covers.