May 10, 2016

Cinemascope, a film apprenticeship program of University of Liberal Arts (ULAB), organized a three day long workshop on “Lighting for Film” workshop for ULAB students who aspire to be film makers one day. The workshop started on 03 may and end on 05 may.

The workshop is conducted by Barkat Hossain Polash, the cinematographer of Jalal’s story and Mohammad Ashraful, cinematographer of Amra Ekta Cinema Banabo (The Innocence).

Lighting for Film 2The coordinator of the workshop, Zhoaib Hassan, as well as the head of the workshop team of Cinemascope said, “Lighting is one of the main elements of cinematography, so, this workshop was organized to get to know this complex subject easily for those who want to become a cinematographer.”

He also said that they got first hand insight from skilled professional and experienced cinematographers, this workshop was essential for them who want to become cinematographer in future.

Mohammad Ashraful, on the last day of the workshop. Photo: Ryan Sobhan Talha

A participant, Mira Biswas shared her experience of the workshop, “Through this workshop, I learnt how light works in a film practically.”

Barkat Hossain Polash said that knowledge that you learnt from the workshop should be discussed among yourselves which will help to increase knowledge.

The workshop was open for only the members of Cinemascope and the ULAB students.

Cinemascope is a platform for the students of ULAB and also in some special cases, for outsiders also. Cinemascope organizes film screening, workshops and masterclass to promote cinema among its availers.

For contacting Cinemascope, use this link – http://www.facebook.com/cinemascopeulab


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