San Joaquin Delta College, Stockton, Ca and Art Institute, Sacramento, Ca (Filmmaking)
I have been part of the film world for a long time. Years ago, I edited film for television. I edited movies for time, meaning I cut out the amount of commercial time that was sold during the movie time slot, then returned it after the movie was aired. I was in and out of editing for various television stations for a little over 10 years, then stopped to raise a family. The love of film never left me, though, and, after my children left home, that love prompted me to enroll at The Art Institute in Sacramento, Ca., where I attended film studies classes from 2010 to 2012. Due to circumstances I could not control, I had to interrupt my studies in Sacramento and return to my home in Fresno. School was very enjoyable to me, so this was not a happy time. I missed my friends, the routine of attending classes and the challenge of learning digital film.
Fortunately, I became a member of Community Media Access Collaborative (CMAC), where I am able to continue work in digital film, which includes studio camera work, directing, technical directing, producing, script writing and editing.
Besides tutoring in film, I have taught dance classes, art (watercolor and drawing) and orientation classes for car rental. I am familiar with working with individuals new to those endeavors.
Color and composition are a large part of Fine Arts studies and can be very helpful with video projects. Timing and depth are also very important. I have worked at studio production, sports broadcasts and numerous location productions, where I have been able to apply the arts I have learned over the years.
I hope to help beginning students of film and video production find their way toward success with projects. Each project takes on its own characteristics and personality. Together, we can search for answers unique to the film itself. Contact me if you are interested in finding your individual pathway.
Anita F. I have been part of the film world for a long time. Years ago, I edited film for television. I edited movies for time, meaning I cut out the amount of commercial time that was sold during the movie time slot, then returned it after the movie was aired. I was in and out of editing for various television stations for a little over 10 years, then
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I began Digital Film studies at The Art Institute, Sacramento, in 2010, where I learned how to film, direct and edit video projects. However, I began working in film years ago, with television stations, where we used 16mm film (actual film) and edited numerous movies for weekend play or overnight broadcast.
I learned video production, along with editing, camera operation and directing, at The Art Institute, Sacramento, Ca. I have been able to put what I learned into practice as crew on regularly run shows.