This workshop is designed to inspire meaningful visual language for storytellers. We will underscore communication between Director, Production Designer and Cinematographer by getting ideas out of your head, off the page, and into something tangible. We will be dicsussing a simple, clear method for creating robust visual language that will resonate with your audience. We will be talking about not just what's in the script, but what's inferred and beyond. Having a script or treatment in any shape is helpful, but not necessary.
Tema Staig currently teaches Intro to Design for Theater, Film, and T.V. at LA City College and was the Associate Course Director for Art Direction at LA Film School. She is best known for art directing Kissing Jessica Stein and production designing Battlefield America as well as shorts, music videos, and commercials. She also runs Women In Media, a networking group for above and below the line women and the men who love making movies with them. WiM partners with Seeking Our Story, AWD, and various film festivals.
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