Always wanted to know more about the world of (short) cinema? Director Stefanie Kolk will tell you all about it. First we will watch a couple of scenes from her movies and Stefanie will tell you about the process of making a movie. During te second part of this event you will get the opportunity the write your own film scenario
Parcipitans who work for Arcadis must register via their own organisation
Workshop film scenario
Almost every film that was ever made - artistic or mainstream, short of long, commercial or independent - once started its life on paper. Someone imagined the film and wrote down a recipe for the film in a scenario, using language that is visual and concise. Getting to direct films is, also in the Netherlands, a complicated process that you can’t do on the side. But there is always a demand for good scripts and film plans.
During this short workshop, I teach you the basics of telling stories using moving image, and I help you taking the first steps in developing your ideas into a film concept. If you decide to continue developing your idea into a scenario, I’m happy to give you guidance after the workshop finishes.
17:30 - 18:25 Arrival, drinks & dinner
18:25 - 18:30 Welcome by ICA
18:30 - 19:15 Introduction on short cinema by Stefanie Kolk
19:15 - 20:00 Masterclass “How to write your own film scenario”
20:00 - 21:00 Drinks
About Stefanie Kolk
Stefanie Kolk is a director and screenwriter. She studied Biophysics and lived in Japan for two years before she graduated at the Netherlands Film Academy. Her short graduation film Clan screened at filmfestivals in more than 20 countries and was awarded several times. She made her new short film Harbour with support of the Netherlands Film Fund, in co-production with the NTR. Aside from her fiction work, Stefanie directs music videos and is developing a feature film.