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  • Lighting for Interview with Brian Hollars
    10:00 am-4:00 pm
    01/21/2017

    532 Louisa St, New Orleans, LA 70117, USA

    532 Louisa St, New Orleans, LA 70117, USA

    LightingInterviewsNola

    Join us on January 21st from 10-4pm at NOVAC (532 Louisa Street) for an intensive Lighting for Interviews workshop. Instructor Brian Hollars will take you through the basics of a successful interview lighting set up and will oversee hands on exercises to make sure you are ready for your next shoot!
    Reserve your spot today!

     

    Members: $45
    New Members: $95

     

    Brian Hollars is a cinematographer/photographer with experience in both film and digital formats. Over the past nine years he has worked on a variety of projects, including feature films, documentaries, music videos, commercials, photo shoots and promotional pieces. As an IATSE 478 Member in the Lighting Department Brian has collaborated alongside some of the best cinematographers/photographers in the world. His work has garnered awards from the Aurora Awards and Chicago Shorts Film Fest, and has been screened at the New Orleans Film Festival, Los Angeles Cine Fest, Orlando Edge Film Fest and numerous others throughout 2016. A graduate of Ball State University’s telecommunications video production program, he currently lives and works in New Orleans, Louisiana.

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  • Creative Connect January
    7:00 pm-10:00 pm
    01/31/2017
    705 St Joseph St, Baton Rouge, LA 70802, USA

    705 St Joseph St, Baton Rouge, LA 70802, USA

    Featuring filmmaker Marcus Brown, discussing his first documentary project for the NOVAC docuseries, BetteR.

    About Marcus & BetteR:

    Marcus is a Louisiana filmmaker who has had a hand in several areas of production from local tv spots to Hollywood South films. A New Orleans native and St. Augustine alum, he finished college at LSU receiving his Bachelor’s in the area of Communication Studies while working with Tiger TV news and sports, as well as, several LSU theatre and media productions. He’s worked in the Louisiana film industry since 2013 and have been apart of over 15 film and television projects during that time. He recently produced, directed, and shot an episode of BetteR, a documentary web series produced by NOVAC, which highlights groups and individuals in the Baton Rouge community in the aftermath of the events of the summer of 2016. The episode focuses on the internal and external struggles of media members, specifically WAFB Channel 9 in Baton Rouge, during the city’s most trying time and national spotlight. What started out as a simple short documentary episode, now has grown into a feature-length project, which is currently in production. Website: marcusb.portfoliobox.net/.

     

     

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