8/18/04

Filmmakers Over 50

Ready for Your Close Up?



This Fall I will be teaching a class on making iMovies at the Osher Institute for Lifelong Learning at San Francisco State University's Downtown Center at 425 Market Street.



Here's the course introduction and a handy link to enroll.

Roll credits!



From Memoirs to iMovie: Telling Stories in 60 Seconds

SFSU Downtown Center (Noncredit)



All of us have stories to tell. Now, thanks to easy-to-use computers, digital video cameras and iMovie software, we’ll learn how to turn those stories into movies we can show on computers, play on a VCR, and post on a website. We can delight our grandkids, blackmail our parents and bore our co-workers like never before. Together we’ll make a one-minute movie. We’ll learn how to bring video and photos into the iMovie environment, lay them out in a timeline, add a sound track, and build in transitions, titles, and special effects. All without having to read a computer manual! Participants should have access to digitall video cameras. This class will be held in a Macintosh lab.





Course #: CE 8648

Section: N01

Instructor: SAM MCMILLAN



(updated on 08.18.04, 7:53am)



6 meeting(s)

Fri, Oct. 01, 2004 - Nov. 05, 2004, 12:00 PM - 2:00 PM

SFSU Downtown Center, 425 Market St.

Membership is open to anyone 50 years of age and above. Membership is $195 per semester ($165 if you register before September 10, 2004). Membership entitles you to participate in three courses from the OLLI curriculum. You can also take additional OLLI courses for a reduced fee of $60 per course based on seating availability.

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