SMALL CREATIONS – A training course that analyzed the positive influence of small audiovisual products in successful cultural products commercialization process. During the project participants had a chance to discuss the synthesis of business and arts which inspires the use of small creations in public spaces. The theoretical part was followed by creative task of advert creation. Training course was led by Gintaras Šeputis, Marius Zaveckas, Ričardas Matačius, Gerardas Linauskas, Andrius Grogorjevas, Gabija Siurbytė.
SMALL CREATIONS – A training course that analyzed the positive influence of small audiovisual products in successful cultural products commercialization process. During the project participants had a chance to discuss the synthesis of business and arts which inspires the use of small creations in public spaces. The theoretical part was followed by creative task of advert creation. Training course was led by Gintaras Šeputis, Marius Zaveckas, Ričardas Matačius, Gerardas Linauskas, Andrius Grogorjevas, Gabija Siurbytė.
CHILDREN'S FILM FACTORY AMII – This workshop aims to introduce school-age children to the history of cinema, the basics of film directing and editing, the process of film post-production, filming equipment and AMII post-production studios. In the end of one day training the participants have a chance to shoot their own short film with the help of AMII technicians’ team.
CHILDREN’S FILM FACTORY AMII – This workshop aims to introduce school-age children to the history of cinema, the basics of film directing and editing, the process of film post-production, filming equipment and AMII post-production studios. In the end of one day training the participants have a chance to shoot their own short film with the help of AMII technicians’ team.
NORDBALTIC INCUBATOR - Nordbaltic Incubator‘14 is a master class for young professionals that work in the audiovisual sector and for advanced students from Baltic and Nordic countries. Master class was organized by Audiovisual Arts Industry Incubator (Vilnius) aimed to create a new platform for education and collaboration of film makers.
Nordbaltic Incubator’14 encouraged innovative ways of learning by combining theory, practice and individual work in teams. We intended to invite participants from different educational sectors, providing an opportunity for them to learn not only from the experts, but also from each other. Participants were able to use the latest camera/lighting equipment in documentary filmmaking. As a result participants had an opportunity to make a documentary or experimental films about a city of Vilnius.
Workshop was led by directors Arūnas Matelis, Audrius Stonys, Mantas Kvedaravičius and Ričardas Matačius.
NORDBALTIC INCUBATOR – Nordbaltic Incubator‘14 is a master class for young professionals that work in the audiovisual sector and for advanced students from Baltic and Nordic countries. Master class was organized by Audiovisual Arts Industry Incubator (Vilnius) aimed to create a new platform for education and collaboration of film makers. Nordbaltic Incubator’14 encouraged innovative ways of learning by combining theory, practice and individual work in teams. We intended to invite participants from different educational sectors, providing an opportunity for them to learn not only from the experts, but also from each other. Participants were able to use the latest camera/lighting equipment in documentary filmmaking. As a result participants had an opportunity to make a documentary or experimental films about a city of Vilnius. Workshop was led by directors Arūnas Matelis, Audrius Stonys, Mantas Kvedaravičius and Ričardas Matačius.
IDENTITY IN LITHUANIA – A project, which offered residency for advanced artists. The participants had a chance to create audiovisual products such as films, performances, music videos and audiovisual experiments while using AMII technical base. The participants were invited to reside in AMII and to create their works under the topic of “Identity in Lithuania”.
IDENTITY IN LITHUANIA – A project, which offered residency for advanced artists. The participants had a chance to create audiovisual products such as films, performances, music videos and audiovisual experiments while using AMII technical base. The participants were invited to reside in AMII and to create their works under the topic of “Identity in Lithuania”.
SUMMER MEDIA STUDIO - From June 20th to July 4th, 2014, students from the EU film and media high schools, in collaboration with professional lecturers, gathered in one of the most beautiful natural areas in the Baltic countries for the 16th time. During the workshop participants had the opportunity to attend theoretical trainings, manage film projects, consult with the best experts and make films using the latest shooting, audio and editing equipment. The main topic of 2014 Summer Media Studio workshop was „Producer in Film“. 10 internationally formed teams developed ideas for documentary and experimental films during the two weeks of workshops. They had learnt how to reconcile the creative ideas and opportunities in order to realize them. Experienced tutors introduced participants to major film producing and production rules. The participants had a chance to work with Annakaisa Sukura (Finland), Jonathan Tammuz (UK), Tinatin Kajrishvili (Georgia), Sebastien Aubert (France) and Lithuanian tutors Ričardas Matačius and Stasys Baltakis.
SUMMER MEDIA STUDIO – From June 20th to July 4th, 2014, students from the EU film and media high schools, in collaboration with professional lecturers, gathered in one of the most beautiful natural areas in the Baltic countries for the 16th time. During the workshop participants had the opportunity to attend theoretical trainings, manage film projects, consult with the best experts and make films using the latest shooting, audio and editing equipment. The main topic of 2014 Summer Media Studio workshop was „Producer in Film“. 10 internationally formed teams developed ideas for documentary and experimental films during the two weeks of workshops. They had learnt how to reconcile the creative ideas and opportunities in order to realize them. Experienced tutors introduced participants to major film producing and production rules. The participants had a chance to work with Annakaisa Sukura (Finland), Jonathan Tammuz (UK), Tinatin Kajrishvili (Georgia), Sebastien Aubert (France) and Lithuanian tutors Ričardas Matačius and Stasys Baltakis.