“A genuine odyssey is not about piling up experiences. It is a deeply felt, risky, unpredictable tour of the soul. “ – Thomas Moore
Mo Rida is an independent writer and producer known for establishing the popular 48 Hour Film Project in the Middle East. The 48 Hour Film Project is a filmmaking competition that revolves around local filmmakers competing to create a short film in only 48 hours. Since 2010, over 300 films have been produced in Dubai, Cairo, Beirut and Amman as part of the 48 Hour Film Project in the Middle East. Mo is Native of Brooklyn, NY where he earned a BA in Film Production and worked there in the Camera Department on various Films and videos for over 5 years.
Mo Rida is teaching couple crash courses on Film Making at the W Institute in Dearborn, one for Adults, and the other for teenagers.
The course is only $100, but Dearborn Blog obtained a promotion code REFER25 to get $25 off making the course only $75.
The crash course will consist of the following subjects:
Basic Script concepts
Camera Basics I
Camera Basics II
Industry overview – Terms and Production Basics
Pre-Production – Planning and scheduling
Post-Production – Editing Final Assignments
For more information, you can contact the W Institute at 248-690-6162 or via email at email@example.com