Adventure Film SchoolJoin Serac Adventure Film School
for our 2nd year in Vail, Colorado
Teva Mountain Games June 3rd - 10th.
Students get the inside track with special
"Adventure Film School only" access to the athletes and events. The successful
2008 school produced festival winning films, aired on television and were a good step toward new careers. More details
coming soon! Adventure Film School
to Joe Spring and Emeka Ngwube, students of the 2008 Teva
Mountain Games Adventure Film School. Their films will screen at The Fernie
Mountain Film Festival in British Columbia, February 27th-28th 2009.March 11th, Bent Gate Mountaineering Film Festival Golden, Colorado
. Come by this free event and check out
what Adventure Film School is all about and see films from our most recent
Backcountry and Avalanche Training Adventure Film School. Adventure Film School
founder Michael Brown will be there in person. We would also like to say thanks to our sponsors: Bent Gate for supplying
our avalanche safety gear, Apple Computers for the editing computers, and to the Hotel Boulderado for lodging.
Serac Adventure Film School provides students with a comprehensive approach
to filmmaking. On an expedition you will be taught by industry pro and founder
of Adventure Film School, Michael Brown. One-on-one training with our
instructors brings you a wealth of experience ranging from Mt. Everest to
Deadliest Catch to Storm Chasers, they have done it all. You will learn everything from
pre-production, filming and storytelling to post-production and surviving in the
Michael's Blog (Filmmaking Tips and Tricks) now appearing
Twice a month Backpacker will feature a blog
by our own Michael Brown
. Michael shares his lifetime of experiences in adventure filmmaking and
gives useful tips and tricks of the trade that will benefit
novice to professional filmmakers.Other News: "How To Shoot
Video in Any Condition"
If your into adventure filmmaking then don't miss out on these 5 essential
tips that Michael Brown shares with Thayer Walker, journalist and Kilimanjaro Adventure Film School Alum, in the January 2009
|Festival News and Announcements:
3 Peaks 3 Weeks at the Fernie Mountain Film Festival.
Since it's world premiere one year ago 3 Peaks 3 Weeks has screened at 17 festivals and has garnered five film festival awards, it's
most recent being the "Most Inspiring Adventure Film" award from The Wild and
Scenic Environmental Film Festival. Coming up, 3 Peaks 3 Weeks will be
screened at the Fernie Mountain Film Festival in British Columbia, February
27-28th along with student films from the 2008 Teva Mountain Games Adventure
BLINDSIGHT Available on DVD
Michael Brown was a cameraman and guide to a blind Tibetan teenager in this compelling and award winning film.Now available on DVD.
At our Backcountry and Avalanche Training Adventure Film School, students had
a great time in the snow and learned some valuable, life saving information from
avalanche instructor Tim Brown. One very important thing to note was the
avalanche safety gear. Here's the question: What are the 3 important pieces of avalanche safety gear that one
should have on them in the backcountry or in avalanche territory? To participate, give us your best guess and you will be entered into this month's drawing for a $50.00 gift certificate to your favorite restaurant!
|Serac Adventure Films: Michael, Dave, Ryan, Tracy, Lam, Cyndi, Tyler, Krista, and Scott
Welcome New Interns! Carolyn, Jason, Kate, Ashley, and Davis