In this hands-on workshop, students will learn the fundamentals of audio storytelling, including how to identify and collect the elements of a compelling story. Students will learn how to report with digital recorders and how to edit using Hindenburg. At the end of the five days, students will have produced a sound-rich audio postcard and will have a greater appreciation for why audio is uniquely suited for storytelling. Once students have registered for the workshop a more detailed course schedule will be made available. Also, students will have the opportunity to vet project ideas with the instructor.
Mon-Fri 9:00AM-4:00PM 3/12-3/16 Room: 303 Intensive
Peter Lang -Stanton is a radio producer, filmmaker, and composer living in Portland, ME. His work has been featured on WNYC's Radiolab, BBC World Service, Audible Germany, Narratively, and in SLICE magazine. He's taught radio workshops at the Salt Institute, and documentary film at Baxter Academy for Technology and Science. Currently, Pete is at work on a BBC radio documentary about the CIA's secret war in Laos, and works as a director and composer for Light Fighter Films, a documentary and commercial production company based in San Francisco. His first film, Boys Camp, is a documentary comedy about a failed Indie rock band and will be released later this year.
*(no refunds after 2/1)