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Your Research Video

When Apr 27, 2015
from 10:00 AM to 05:00 PM
Where Mac Suite, Pheonix 2 Training Room, New Museums Site
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Attendees Research Staff and PhD Students
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Course content: ‘Your research video’ is a one day course which teaches researchers the skills required to make a short film. The course shows how very low-budget short films can create excitement and generate discussion about research. Participants will explore filmmaking techniques and plan, film and edit footage to give them the skills to produce a short film.

Capacity: 15 places - allocated on a first-come first-served basis. To apply please email kathryn.muir@admin.cam.ac.uk

 

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