Visual Storytelling : Make an Impact with your Smart Phone

  • Start Date: Oct. 18, 2020, 7:25 p.m.
  • End Date: Oct. 18, 2020, 9:30 p.m.
  • Venue: This is a virtual event. The link to join the event will be shared with you.
₹ 999₹ 499

Tap into the universal power of visual storytelling to intellectually and emotionally connect with your audience using your smartphone and a few simple tools.

Learning Outcomes

Segment 1: Content & Structure

• What makes visuals powerful and how to use them to make your video stand out?
• What makes a story compelling?
• What are the basic rules of visual storytelling?
• How to structure your content for a maximum intellectual and emotional impact.
• What are the main short film and video genres and what they are good for?

Segment 2: Process & Techniques

• What are the main steps for efficient smartphone filmmaking?
• The basic rules of framing and video composition.
• What additional tools and equipments you need to ensure a good quality video.
• How to set up the lighting, and record good quality audio?
• Editing tricks, tools and additional resources?

Segment 3:


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Dr. Krisztina Danka is a European-born US-based award-winning filmmaker, college lecturer, visual arts teacher, human rights and environmental activist, and she runs a New York-based film production company.

She has a Ph.D. in Comparative Literary Studies and Aesthetics from the University of Budapest, Hungary, studied Screenwriting and Producing at New York University, and Documentary Filmmaking at the New York Film Academy.

She is the author of two books, dozens of articles and academic papers, and the writer-producer-director of over 50 documentaries, television-series and videos distributed in theaters, televisions and online internationally. Her videos get millions of views on social media.