Workshop Experimentation with LIVE-CINEMA
from 7 to 12
from 12 to 18
16 participants | 4 scenarios | 2 hours
Live-cinema is a real-time audiovisual creation technique.
We capture with video cameras and project on a screen everything that happens live on a small miniature stage. In this way, we use the language of cinematography to develop the stage story, manipulating the video cameras, the miniature characters, other objects and the lighting.
Sound can also be a fundamental element in telling our story: the voice, a musical instrument, the sound of an object, music...
But Live-cinema can also have its own narrative language.
We will work in small groups of 3 or 4 participants. Each group will be able to experiment with a scenographic set made up of a model-stage, miniatures and objects, a video camera and lights. We will be testing character manipulation, camera panning, lighting effects, and sound effects as well.
Our scenographic sets will be designed around the animal world and its relationship with the human being.