HSC Video Skills Intensive

Sydney - Jul 16 2018

AFTRS Sydney
Jul 16 2018 - Jul 18 2018
Attendance Pattern
3 Days, Mon - Wed, 9am - 5pm
Course fee

Sydney - Oct 02 2018

AFTRS Sydney
Oct 02 2018 - Oct 04 2018
Attendance Pattern
3 Days, Tues - Thursday, 9am - 5pm
Devris Hasan
Course fee
$425 / $382

HSC Video intensive is a skill and story development workshop for emerging filmmakers tackling their HSC. You will learn to write, shoot and edit a film, using a range of cameras and Adobe Premiere Pro.

This course introduces industry knowledge and skills while you work on short film exercises and introduces you to skills you can use for your own HSC video project. Subjects that video can be used in:

  • English Extension,

  • Visual Art,

  • Design and Technology or

  • HSC Drama.

HSC Video Intensive is a skills-based workshop and will be adaptable to the students and any particular area they wish to focus on for their existing or proposed Yr 12 project. This course helps students to learn and hone the skills they need to create a high quality HSC video. Students will be working on some exercises in groups to create short segments of film and to practice skills and techniques they have learned.


“This course exceeded my expectations! It has opened up new options for me at University.”

“I learned a lot from the course. I loved using the equipment.”

“The course was very inspiring. I feel for more prepared to tackle my HSC film now as well many other endeavours in film. I loved the hands on style of the course and was true to the name intensive.”


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