Learn to direct and produce music videos with director Hannah Dougherty.
Takes places online, over video conferencing.
12 hours total over 4 sessions, online // $95, or $68 for VIVO members
** Pay-what-you-can option available.
Session 1: Tue Sep 7, 2pm-5pm
Session 2: Thu Sep 9, 2pm-5pm
Session 3: Tue Sep 14, 2pm-5pm
Session 4: Thu Sep 16, 2pm-5pm
All times listed are Pacific Time
Music video producers wear many different hats. Music video directors often work with tight crews and need to communicate effectively with cast and crew using the many languages of film including editing, motion graphics, and cinematography. This comprehensive beginner workshop kick-starts your ability to direct and produce by giving you a broad understanding of the entire music video production process, from conception to post-production.
Discuss what goes into making a stunning treatment that effectively communicates your concept to collaborators and clients. Tackle the particular challenges of producing images and effects in the service of a song.
Students will write a one-pager for a music video concept using Adobe InDesign, and will discuss the challenges specific to directing post-production for music videos.
This workshop has been designed for film students, new graduates, or anyone with little to no experience who is interested in breaking into the film or music video industry.
The workshop is structured to give participants time between sessions to practice on their own and come up with questions.
Hannah Dougherty has directed, shot, edited, and animated music videos, television commercials, web videos, and award-winning short films. She is represented as a director and cinematographer by Neer Motion in the U.S and Velvet.la in Australia. Her dedication and reputation for storytelling has catapulted her from Sydney to Melbourne, New York, Paris, and Barcelona, settling in Vancouver. Five of her short films have been selected to screen in international film festivals such as Vancouver International, Flickerfest, and Big Sky Documentary Film Festival. She has been awarded with Best Editing, People’s Choice, and a Vimeo Staff Pick as well as the chance to take part in TedX Sydney and the Berlinale Talent Development program in Germany. Hannah finds new ways to tell stories and form connections with the world around her through painting and short stories, traveling all over in search of adventure, knowledge, and conversations with as many fascinating people as she can find.