Film Hacking: Hack A Film In A Day
Liberty, #ThatTechGirl, a girl who meets the guy in Nerds on SF Muni
FILM HACKING: Hack A Film In A Day
Tim Bull, MixBit’er at AVOS and Cofounder of trunk.ly, is amazing in UnHappy Bunny
Hack A Film In A Day is a digital content creation hackathon. Film and video are no longer left in the hands of traditional filmmakers. Anyone with access to technology is a media maker! HackAFilmInADay.com
Are you tired of watching YouTube and not having your own work featured on YouTube?
Perhaps you have a great idea and just need it to come to life?
Need a video to explain your cause, project, mission, or start up?
ALL ideas are welcome and we will hack them!
WHY: Because hackers hack! We are in the digital space and nothing is more relevant that telling a story in a digital format
WHEN: October 20, 2013 at 9 AM
WHERE: SudoRoom 2141 Broadway Oakland CA USA (Exit 19th Street Bart and walk up 2 blocks) www.Sudoroom.org for directions
WHO: Digital Media Hackers, NON Digital Media Hackers, programmers, founders, co founders, audio engineers, graphic designers, photographers, ALL levels of experience, Actor, Editors, Models, Screenwriters, MUA, Comedians, Dogs, etc ANYONE WITH INTEREST TO HACK A PROJECT!
WHAT TO BRING: Bring your cameras, ideas, editing laptops, audio equipment, extra battery, scripts, whatever, props, ideas, or just bring yourself!
GOAL: You will have a searchable YouTube video for the world
Here’s the rough schedule:
• 08:30 – Doors open. Arrive and chat with your fellow movie makers.
• 09:00 – Pitching Session- Pitch a script, an idea, a prop or an unusual skill you possess. After everyone has pitched their idea we form teams.
• 10:00 – BREAK OUT Session- brainstorming / script writing / planning
• 15:00 – If you plan on finishing the editing in one day this is a pretty good time to start. Otherwise you can shoot however long you want and edit it in the days that follow the event.
Tips for success:
• Show up at 8:30 SHARP! People arriving after 9 won’t be let in (it’s locked) until after the pitching is done. This has worked great so far! Thanks for showing up on time.
• Bring equipment, scripts, props and ideas! It’s always easier to start with something than to brainstorm from nothing (although we can do that too).
• Keep the films short! 1 minute of awesomeness is better than 10 minutes nobody wants to watch!
A few films I had the honor to complete at MAFIAD (Make A Film in a Day)
Hosted by Liberty Madison
Special Guest: Digital Content Creator Matthew Chung