Film Camp 2005

Film Camp 2005 Report (Back to Reports)

The first annual Harmony Film Camp was a great

success with more than 20 professional and amateur filmmakers from around Australia and New Zealand attending at Yerrinbool College on the weekend of 27th to 29th of May.

The two-day camp included sessions and workshops facilitated by industry professionals on various aspects of filmmaking (See speaker list at the bottom of this page).

The camp gave the filmmakers the opportunity to network and exchange ideas as well as providing less experienced participants and even seasoned veterans with new skills for their upcoming projects.

A variety of sessions facilitated by Industry Professionals
A big highlight of the camp was the attendance of Afghan refugee Mobarak Tahiri the star of a documentary called “Molly and Mobarak – SBS TV) whose film was shown on Saturday night to the delight of the audience.

All in all a successful start to what promises to be a flourishing annual tradition!


2005 Speakers:

Dr Michelle Langford (University of Technology Sydney, Film Studies) Workshop on "Mise En Scene" and how it can be used to create such things as mood and dynamics of movement through space.

Mojgan Khadem (Writer/Director of the acclaimed motion picture "Serenades") Workshops on: Directing and Continuity.

Ken Zemke (Emmy award winning editor) Editing.

Faramarz K. Rahbar (IF Award winner for the documentary "Fahimeh's Story" - SBS TV)
Workshops on: "I have an idea but how can I make it into a film?" and “the Art of Documentary”

Sabour Bradley Screenwriting

Chris Nelson 3D Animation Short Films

Naomi Hall Film Research and Licensing

Wendy Azadegan Special effects using Adobe Photoshop and Premiere


Here are some photos from the camp