Narrative, Storyboard, Interview, B-Roll, Social, Edit, Produce
Video storytelling is a quick paced skill based workshop that will have you producing high-quality, professional videos. The best videos will always be the ones that that grab your attention, make you think, make you laugh, or cry, or elicit an emotion – and make you want to watch till the end. Join us to learn best-in-class techniques for producing engaging videos for the web and on social media.
A 4-day experiential workshop in essential skills for producing video content to a digital-first media environment. Video cameras, tripods, lavalier and reporter microphones, plus Zoom audio recording kits are included for your use during the workshop. This is a beginners level workshop, no previous experience with shooting or editing video is required.
In this workshop you will:
- Understand storyform and how to create professional video stories
- Learn to shoot videos for social media and the web
- Work hands-on for an introduction to Adobe Premiere Pro
- Learn to storyboard and develop the narrative of a video
- Practice techniques for on-camera interviewing
- Learn to write scripts and record for professionally narrated videos
- Use new tools for creating and posting quick videos for audience engagement
- Leave with your own professional video produced by you!
- Take your career to the next level
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
Video Storytelling is ideal for marketers, content creators, journalists, editors, new media managers, media professionals, communications and PR, publishers, educators and web producers.
UC Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism instruction and guest presentations by world-class trainers, award winning visual journalists, storytellers and industry leaders.
Chris Schodt, is an Emmy nominated multimedia journalist and videographer, and instructor at UC Berkeley, UC Santa Cruz, and Berkeley Advanced Media Institute.
Madeleine Bair is an award-winning journalist and filmmaker, and an expert on human rights video advocacy, verification of online footage, and citizen video. Her work has appeared in theWashington Post, the San Francisco Chronicle, Colorlines, MediaShift, and Orion, and broadcast on public radio programs including PRI’s The World. Her documentary film on a first-generation high school graduate aired on the public television program, POV, as part of its Latino Graduates series.
Shaleece Haas is a documentary filmmaker, who recently produced and directed the 2016 documentary Real Boy, which earned 20 festival awards, was nominated for a GLAAD Media Award, and was broadcast nationally on PBS’ Independent Lens. She co-produced The Genius of Marian (2013; Tribeca Film Festival, POV), directed the documentary short Old People Driving (2010), and co-directed the short films Awardwinninggir (2012; SF DocFest) and City Fish (2011; Hot Docs, Documentary Channel). She is currently producing a short film about the grandchildren of Holocaust survivors who have chosen to tattoo their grandparents’ concentration camp numbers on their own bodies.
9 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. January 7-10, 2019.
The Video Storytelling workshop will take place at:
UC Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism
121 North Gate Hall
Berkeley, CA USA 94720
- Email: email@example.com
- Telephone: 510-642-3892
- Video equipment is provided during the workshop.
- All participants must bring their own WIFI-ready laptop for use during this workshop. Please see our laptop specifications for further technical requirements. Thinkpad laptops are strongly discouraged due to performance issues with Adobe software. You must upgrade your operating system to the latest version before attending the course.
- You will need to download a 7-day trial of Adobe Premiere Creative Cloud. Please note: opening the software for the first time will begin your 7-day trial, keep this in mind with regards to the timing of the course.
- Before the course begins, you will be invited to a collaborative Box folder where the assets for the course will be stored. Please download the assets before the course begins, as these are large files that will take time.
- You will also need an external hard drive to store video files. Instructions on formatting your drive: Mac or PC
- Please bring a pair of headphones to work with. For troubleshooting audio connection issues when using Adobe Premiere, please see this document.
- This is a beginning video skills workshop with introductory instruction on Adobe Premiere Pro. Please contact us if you have questions about the pace or content.
- Participants must be comfortable with technical subjects and learning in a fast-paced environment.
- Proficiency in English.
QUESTIONS & ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
Where should I stay?
Where should I park?
The closest parking to North Gate Hall, where Berkeley Advanced Media Institute is located, is the Lower Hearst Parking Garage. For public parking, you must enter on the second floor via Scenic Ave and park next to a gold pillar. Many spots in this garage are permit parking only, so please be vigilant of posted signs. Parking is $2/hr, max $20/day.
Another option for parking is the Stadium Parking Garage, located under Maxwell Field and between California Memorial Stadium and the Greek Theater. Parking here is $25/day with variable hourly rates.
For more information on different parking garages around campus, visit the UC Berkeley Parking and Transportation website.
What is your cancellation and refund policy?
- Cancellations must be received in writing by email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Cancellations made up to 15 days prior to the start of the program registered for will receive a refund of all monies less the $275.00 cancellation fee. We are unable to refund any fees for registrations cancelled within two weeks of the start of training.
- Failure to appear for the training will result in forfeiture of the full course fee.
Changes to the registration at anytime are only by approval of Berkeley Advanced Media Institute administration.
- The Berkeley Advanced Media Institute reserves the right to cancel or reschedule training due to low enrollment or other unforeseen circumstances beyond the control of Berkeley Advanced Media Institute. In this case, applicants are entitled to a full refund of the program fee.
- The Berkeley Advanced Media Institute will advise applicants at the earliest opportunity of changes to schedule program. The Berkeley Advanced Media Institute is not responsible for travel fees, or any expenses incurred as a result of cancelled programs.
- If you purchased your class through CourseHorse, then our Refund & Cancellation policy applies to your purchase.
Can I transfer to a different workshop if I change my mind?
We currently do not offer transfer option between workshops. However, you may cancel the current workshop to receive a full refund less the cancellation fee and enroll in the preferred course. Please contact us directly at email@example.com prior to making any changes. Change requests do not apply to request made 15-days prior to the workshop start date.