At Falmouth Community Television, we have a variety of classes you can take! For a calendar view of our classes, click here.
In this four-session course, participants learn how to produce studio television programs with little or no post-production needed. Hands-on instruction includes all the basics required to produce a multi-camera television show: camera and control room operations, audio, lighting, technical and floor directing and basic directing.
Producer Roundtables will help you to stay up-to-date with the latest technology and equipment available at FCTV through a monthly series of lectures and demonstrations. Roundtables also provide a good space for producers to find crew, trade production tips, improve skills, and collaborate on different projects. For more information or to RSVP, contact Allen Russell: firstname.lastname@example.org - or call 508.457.0800
This one-session course guides participants through the setup and proper operation of DSLR cameras for video production. Instruction includes: proper lens selection, choosing appropriate settings, determining depth of field, light adjustments, audio recording and more. *Fee: $15 non-members, Members Free.
In this two-session course, participants learn the multi-camera robotic system located at Falmouth Town Hall and/or the Falmouth School Administration Building. This course includes all skills needed to produce municipal meetings including graphics, audio mixing, camera composition and directing. One-on-one workshops by Appointment Only.
In this one-session course, participants learn to create a single-camera production of a government meeting. This class provides instruction on how to record government meetings, proper interaction with Board and Commission/Committee members, and camera and audio techniques. One-on-one workshops by Appointment Only.
FCTV’s Animation Camp program, open to ages 8-12, gives kids a fun activity over winter and spring school breaks. Over a three-day session, children work independently and form crews, creating their own puppets, stages, and filming the animation sequences. *Fee: $85 FCTV members, $120 non-members. For more information, email Production & Education Coordinator, Allen Russell: email@example.com
FCTV’s afterschool program for kids teaches valuable lessons in media literacy and television production. Children learn teamwork and critical thinking skills as they form crews and make their own programs to be cablecast on one of FCTV’s channels. For more information, email Production & Education Coordinator, Allen Russell: firstname.lastname@example.org
See the Calendar of Events for more information. http://www.fctv.org/v3/cal