Expedition Filming - Content vs. Technical Perfection

ACS Tasmania and Wide Angle Tasmania are excited to have adventure camerawoman Frederique Olivier for an event relating her shooting experiences from a traverse across Greenland, filmed for a recently aired National Geographic Feature-Documentary on Jade Hameister.

Frederique will contrast and compare this shoot with another recent project - a ‘run and gun’ educational documentary shot in Vanuatu about traditional fishing customs.

Filming self-supported Expeditions necessitates lightweight equipment, dealing with stringent power, weight and time limitations.

Frederique has an amazing ability to capture stunning and vitally important documentary sequences, while dealing with these constraints on image acquisition, plus handling the never-ending media management and location logistics etc.

Frederique will show clips she captured on these contrasting assignments and discuss the challenges she faced which varied from, getting the best out of the talent, to dealing with extreme weather elements, including glacial ice and cold, to major nautical storms to the oppressive humidity of the wet tropics.

An exciting night for all, not to be missed!

6.30pm for 7pm start!

Nibbles will be provided and the bar will be open for drinks!

This event is free to all - Please RSVP.


October 17, 2018 at 6:30pm - 8:30pm
Wide Angle Tasmania

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