Taller de Narrativa y Montaje
- Date: Monday June 3, 2019
- Time: 9:00 am
- Venue: Estudio Multiuso GECU (Universidad de Panamá)
- Address: Av 3a Nte (al lado del Hospital de Seguro Social, diagonal a facultades de Ciencias Agropecuarias y Odontología)
Bella Vista, Panama
- Price: $150.00
- Parking: Street
- Categories: Education (Workshops and Courses) - Other
The GECU Cinematographic Training and Training Center of the University of Panama will offer, from Monday 3 to Friday, June 7, the “Narrative and Assembly Workshop”, which will be dictated by the Mexican editor, sound designer and composer, Samuel Larson Guerra, who will delve into the world of film narration through editing.
The main objective of the workshop is to provide a theoretical framework of references about montage as a fundamental element of cinema as a means of narrative expression. Present conceptual resources and methodological strategies for the reflection and analysis of the montage and its practice in different genres and cinematographic styles, allowing the participants to expand and strengthen both their capacity for analysis and theoretical filmmaking, and their practical work in relation to the edition.
It will be held at the GECU Multipurpose Study facilities, from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. P.M. and is aimed at directors and filmmakers, editors, film and communication students as well as the audiovisual sector.
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Samuel Larson Guerra (Mexico): Graduated from the International Film and TV School of Cuba (EICTV). Since 1991 he works professionally in film as Sound Designer, Editor and Composer. He has received three times the Ariel (Mexican Academy of Film Award) for Best Sound by Fiber Optics (1998), Mezcal (2005) and In the hole (2006).
He was awarded the Ariel for Best Original Music by Vera (2003). He is the Editor of films such as El Dirigible (1994), Sexo, pudor y lágrimas (1999), Los cuños de un nación (2005), Dos hugs (2007) (Silver Goddess for Best Edition) and Flores para el soldado (2008) ) (Ariel for Best Documentary).
He has taught courses and workshops on film sound and montage in various schools and institutions in Mexico and abroad since 1991 to date. He is the author of the book THINK THE SOUND. An introduction to the theory and practice of cinematographic sound language. In 2017 he received the Award for Teaching Excellence awarded by the International Association of Film and Television Schools, CILECT.
For information: [email protected] / 6984-3448. Registration: Send CV and letter of interest or visit the links attached.