Oklahoma Film Institute at OCCC to conduct summer cinema clinics

Oklahoma Film Institute at OCCC to conduct summer cinema clinics
FROM STAFF REPORTS Published: May 11, 2012

The Oklahoma Film Institute (OFI) at Oklahoma City Community College will present the Summer 2012 OFI Cinema Clinics, June 7-30. The series of five, three-day clinics will be held in the OCCC Visual and Performing Arts Center, from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Thursdays through Saturdays, except for the cinematography clinic, which will be held Monday through Wednesday, June 25-27.

Students enrolled in the clinics will learn motion picture production, script writing, directing and editing from OFI leader and Academy Award winning film producer, OCCC Artist in Residence Gray Frederickson (“The Godfather” Trilogy, “Apocalypse Now”). Joining Frederickson will be Emmy Award-winning writer/director and producer/screenwriter Greg Mellott, chair of the Film and Video Production program at OCCC.

Frederickson and Mellott will guide students through the process from preproduction to script writing, directing and editing final products.

Cinema clinic

June 7-9 — Production: Students will be taught how to organize a project from script clearances, breakdowns, schedules, budgets, preproduction, accounting, labor relations, postproduction, distribution, marketing, tax credits, rebates and more.

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