Join Sony DMPC's monthly Behind the Camera Training Series, open to film and TV industry professionals who want to learn and discuss Sony’s tools for digital cinematography.
This FREE training series is designed to educate, inspire, and answer questions for film and video professionals across the industry.
Below is a list of free online training for members wishing to use this self-isolation time to learn some new skills, or refresh some old ones. Thank you to 669 member, Chris Bolton for compiling this list for us.
AGITO from Motion Impossible is the world’s first modular dolly system. Building on the success of the M-Series, AGITO offers multiple configurations to suit your filming needs, it’s a swiss army knife for film-makers. As a free roaming dolly system the Agito can create smooth camera movements up to two metres in height.
This 2-day workshop is an introduction to the VR/360˚ filmmaking process. The students learn the basic workflow of the 360˚ process; from development to distribution or "concept to headset". Both theory and hands-on-training empowers creatives who are passionate about creating impactful VR/360˚ immersive stories. By the end of the workshop production teams will have completed a short VR/360˚ film.
Developed in partnership between Creative BC, MPPIA, and industry labour organizations, the Motion Picture Industry Orientation course is a comprehensive, mandatory course that provides you with the information you need to know before working on a film set.
The ICG 669 Camera Trainee Program is a market driven program designed to provide participants with the skills and on-set experience required to become a 2nd Assistant in the Camera Department. You can read more about our Trainee Program here.
ICG 669 and Fusion Cine bring you an Introductory in Qtake, an advanced software application designed and developed for video assist professionals. The course will take you through the fundamentals of the Qtake system, including what components make up a Qtake system and what each component does.