Behind-the-Scenes: Light House Studio teams up with Cinema Skateshop
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Behind-the-Scenes: Light House Studio teams up with Cinema Skateshop

Cville
Sep 1
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Cinema Skateshop and Light House Studio presented a two day workshop in skate video production. The workshop covered the history of skate video, the use of specific gear like fisheye lenses and miniDV cameras, and how to capture tricks on camera while skating. Students recorded each other and other skaters at Charlottesville Skate Park, and worked together to edit their footage into a video with a distinct style.

See the full film on September 9, 2022 at Light House’s 21st Annual Youth Film Festival

Zack Marotta: I'm the production manager at Light House. We are doing a collaboration with Cinema Skateshop. This is a brand new workshop we're trying out for the very first time.

Louis Handler: I run Cinema Skate Shop. Today we are doing a seminar/workshop and filming skateboarding with the fisheye.

The goal is to find all those shots that they land the trick, and where the filming technique is clean. Where we can edit them all together.

Skippy Norton: My name is Skippy Norton. I'm 13 years old and I came to skate park because I love skating and I want to share it with people. I think filming it with cool cameras and lenses is a cool way to bring it to people.

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Light House Studio equips young people with the skills and confidence to tell their stories and build community through collaborative filmmaking. We seek to foster a community where Charlottesville’s young people flourish as students, storytellers, and citizens.

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Behind-the-Scenes: Light House Studio teams up with Cinema Skateshop
2 min watch

Behind-the-Scenes: Light House Studio teams up with Cinema Skateshop

Cville
Sep 1
/
2 min watch

Cinema Skateshop and Light House Studio presented a two day workshop in skate video production. The workshop covered the history of skate video, the use of specific gear like fisheye lenses and miniDV cameras, and how to capture tricks on camera while skating. Students recorded each other and other skaters at Charlottesville Skate Park, and worked together to edit their footage into a video with a distinct style.

See the full film on September 9, 2022 at Light House’s 21st Annual Youth Film Festival

Zack Marotta: I'm the production manager at Light House. We are doing a collaboration with Cinema Skateshop. This is a brand new workshop we're trying out for the very first time.

Louis Handler: I run Cinema Skate Shop. Today we are doing a seminar/workshop and filming skateboarding with the fisheye.

The goal is to find all those shots that they land the trick, and where the filming technique is clean. Where we can edit them all together.

Skippy Norton: My name is Skippy Norton. I'm 13 years old and I came to skate park because I love skating and I want to share it with people. I think filming it with cool cameras and lenses is a cool way to bring it to people.

Light House Studio

Light House Studio equips young people with the skills and confidence to tell their stories and build community through collaborative filmmaking. We seek to foster a community where Charlottesville’s young people flourish as students, storytellers, and citizens.

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