REDucation X - Learn to Shoot RED, the 'Deep-End' Way

By , posted 6 June 2012

Kicking off in October 2012, REDucation X is a training initiative from the makers of the RED camera, one of the trailblazers in the digital cinematography scene. REDucation X is a 16 week training program for filmmakers who want to have the opportunity to take their RED experience to another level and get some industry exposure at the same time.

The burb from RED itself says:

"REDucation X is a completely hands-on, highly-focused school program that teaches the technical skills of Digital Movie Making, with the practical skills of creating real projects with those tools. REDucation X bridges the gap between a traditional, multi-year film school, and a short-term intensive training class.

In the course of a sixteen-week program, you'll start by developing projects and then bringing those projects to life. Pre-production, Production and Post Production are all taught by real world professionals that make the world's biggest movies, television shows, commercials and music videos,

Each program is limited to twenty-one students. You will learn and gain working experience in the roles of Exec Producing, Line Producing, Directing, Cinematography, Lighting, Data Management, Offline Editorial, Online Editorial and Distribution.

During REDucation X, you will create and have a selection of completed works to demonstrate your skills to the professional motion picture industry.

If you are looking to be immersed in an innovative blending of the world's most powerful and most relevant Digital Cinema tools, along with the professionals that make the world's biggest movies, television shows, commercials and music videos, then you should consider REDucation X."

The course takes place in Los Angeles and tuition is $15,000. For more info, visit the REDucation website.

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