When working with Cinematic VR & 360˚ video production we are exploring new filmmaking forms and production formats. We are working with new 360˚ cameras, new filmmaking techniques and new distribution environments.
This presentation will share some thoughts on pre-production, production and post-production with Adobe Premiere Pro. I will showcase some of the approaches learned in the Experimental Screen Production class at Swinburne University.
Max Schleser is a filmmaker, who explores emerging media and smartphones for creative transformation and media production. His portfolio (www.schleser.nz) includes various moving-image, experimental film and collaborative documentary projects, which are screened at film festivals, galleries, museums, such as Videoscope, Pocket Film Festival, HeART beat Festival, Museu da Imagem e do Som do Estado, South London Gallery, East End Film Festival, Future Film and The Smalls, FLEFF Film Festival, Ngā Taonga Sound & Vision - New Zealand Film Archive and Te Papa Tongarewa - Museum of New Zealand.
His experimental cinematic VR work Neocoretx screened at SF3 in Sydney (2017) and the Melbourne VR Fringe (2017). Max Schleser is a Senior Lecturer in Film and TV at Swinburne University of Technology, Australia. He teaches 360º video production and cinematic VR in Film and TV as well as the new Screen Production course. He also developed workshop models for community engagement through 360º videos in research projects for Pacific communities in New Zealand as part of a research project funded by the Health Research Council of New Zealand.