Presented by Elektra Venaki
When: Friday 10 June 2016, 15 – 17h
Where: Kinoteka Zlatna Vrata/ Cinematheque Zlatna Vrata
If you would like to learn about film sound practice and theory, with an emphasis on “off screen sounds”, please join us for a workshop led by film expert Elektra Venaki. The workshop will explore how these “off screen sounds” can influence creative decisions for filmmakers, as well as shape the narrative of films. In order to illustrate the theoretical basis of the workshop, examples from recent feature films by Corneliu Porumboiu, Nuri Bilge Ceylan, Thanos Anastopoulos, etc., will be used to reveal representations of filmic soundscapes.
Elektra Venaki is the General Director of the Greek Film Centre, the founder of altcine and altcineAction! Online Short Film Festival, and has extensive experience in teaching film sound and editing at several academic institutions in Greece. Elektra has worked in film and digital video editing for over 25 years, for which she won awards at Thessaloniki International Film Festival and Drama Short Film Festival. She wrote a column for HiTECH magazine on new technologies in film production, especially in what concerns sound, and has published extensively on technical and aesthetic issues in cinema, in both edited volumes and renowned film magazines.
This workshop is made possible through the support of the Creative Europe programme of the European Union and the Croatian Audiovisual Centre (HAVC), and in collaboration with the Mediterranean Film Festival and Cine club Split.
Free and open to all, space permitting, pre-registration is required. Please register for the workshop here, by 1 June 2016.