Wednesday, 18 April 2012

The Factory and The Art Crawl

The FactoryHamilton's Media Arts Center

If you have an idea of what you want to make your movie about, but aren't sure how to get started or don't have the equipment to create such a thing, this is the place you need to visit.

The Factory will help you find people to work with, they will provide you with the right equipment and they will teach you everything you need to know about producing your film. For $325 The Factory will provide you with a 36 hour program, teaching you how to story board, control and produce with professional quality lights and audio, Direct a film, and produce using Adobe Premier. Once you've finished this program The Factory will give you $300 in Factory Bucks, which can be used as real money at The Factory for Camera and equipment rentals. Camera rentals are less than $100 a day. This is a deal that people should be rushing to get.

The Factory also offers Affordable and Free workshops such as: 
-Stereo Cinematography, with Tim Dashwood
-Introduction to The Red Camera,  with Jesse Hunt-Screenwriting, with Derek Dwyer-Final Cut Pro, with Terrance Odette-Recording and Editing in Garage Band, with Nathan Fleet

So go check out The Factory, you will not be disappointed!


The Art Crawl on north james

I traveled down to The Factory on Friday, the night of the famous Art Crawl on North James, they impressed everybody with a unique lineup of Media Arts. I was planning to see the Cybernetic Orchestra but by the time my fiancée and I were finished Hanging out with the Hammer City Roller Girls at This Ain't Hollywood, The Factory was packed. We wondered the streets, checking out different stores like humblepie and White Elephant. We headed back to Cambridge around 10:30 and The Art Crawl seemed to be crawling with thousands of people. If anybody is interested in attending this event, The Art Crawl will happen again, every second Friday of the month, until September. September will be a Big One, so make sure you don't miss it.

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