Open Days with representatives of the New York Academy of Motion Picture Arts from the USA is a great opportunity to learn more about programs, branches and admission rules, as well as take part in auditions and viewing creative portfolios in order to receive a grant for studies.
Open Day at NYFA March 14, 2020!
SMAPSE invite you to participate in the following events:
Listening and reviewing the portfolio by appointment:
from 13:00 to 17:00.
An open day for all comers, dedicated to short-term courses, summer camps, diploma programs, undergraduate and graduate programs:
from 18:30 to 19:30
Master class by Professor Tony Richmond:
from 19:30 to 21:00.
Discussion and answers to questions:
from 9 p.m. to 10 p.m.
At the free Cinematography and Cinematography Master Class, Tony Richmond will share with you his many years of experience in creating a visual story. Using the Oliver Twist movie of David Lean and other classic films as an example, Richmond will analyze the scenes to demonstrate how, with the right lighting, frame selection, and composition, the plots can captivate an audience without using dialogue. After the lecture, Richmond will answer all questions.
Distinguished, award-winning cameraman Anthony Richmond, an honorary member of the American and British Filmmakers' Union, whose career has been going on for more than six decades, is known for his work in films such as “From Russia with Love”, “On the Way to the Forum,” the fun thing ”,“ 451 degrees Fahrenheit ”by Truffaut and“ Doctor Zhivago ”by David Lean.
In collaboration with director Nicholas Roeg as director of photography, Tony Richmond made five films: “Now Don't Look” (Richmond received the prestigious BAFTA Award for him); "The man who fell to the ground"; "Wrong time"; “Heart of Darkness” and “Full Body Massage”. Other works of Richmond were films: "Sandlot"; Candyman "Guys what you need"; "Blonde in law"; "Good luck Chuck"; “Sweet thing”; "Just friends; "Die John Tucker"; "Autopsy"; "Alvin and the Chipmunks"; Diary of a wimp "; "Robbers from the highway"; " Star dust"; "Depicting God"; "Dirty Dancing"; Hawaiian Nights “Such is life” and “Sunset”. Richmond was also responsible for photographing the original British music scene of the late 1960s.
He directed Mick Jagger and Keith Richards of the Rolling Stones, worked with Jean-Luc Godard on Sympathy For Devil, and then collaborated with Michael Lindsay Hogg for the Rolling Stones on the Rolling Stones Rock And Roll Circus and The Beatles' Let It Bet It. His work on rock and roll is a video for the song The Kids Are Alright by the famous British rock band The Who and the documentary film Glastonbury Fayre about the Glastonbury Music Festival.
Limited number of seats! Hurry up to register!
Where: MOSCOW, SMALL KONYUSHKOVSKY Lane, D 2
When: March 14, 2020