Short Video Workshop, Franc Vrbančič

Workshop

In collaboration with the School Center Ptuj, Secondary School for Electro-technology and Computer Sciences

Thursday, 10. 11. 2016 10:00—14:00
Friday, 11. 10. 2016 10:00—14:00

The theme of the workshop connects art, science, and technology. With the help of available technologies - smart phones, tablets, and other devices, everyone can become an author, camera operator, and director of a short movie. The technology, indeed, is a necessary and widely accesible, but not sufficient criterion for an esthetic, socially and legally acceptable film. This will be one of the topics discussed at the festival, where we will demonstrate an example of making a short movie. Visitors will be actively involved in the entire process.

Key words: movie/film, video, new media

Mentors: Franc Vrbančič, Domen Mlakar and Sašo Ristov

Franc Vrbančič graduated in 1992 from the Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, University of Maribor. He is currently employed as a teacher of technical as well as theoretic subjects at the Vocational and Technical School of Electrical Engineering in Ptuj. He has been involved in adult education using ICT and computer programming languages since 1996. He is an author of many professional articles and papers on introducing information-communication technologies to the educational process of both, youngsters (school children) and adults.

Domen Mlakar and Sašo Ristov are third year students at the Vocational and Technical School of Electrical Engineering in Ptuj. They are actively involved in exploring the fields of film making and photography, and participate regularly at various events and contests in video-production. 





EU KULTURA

Project RISK CHANGE (2016–2020) is co-funded by the Creative Europe Program of the European Union.
The project is also supported by the Municipality of Maribor and the Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Slovenia.
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