Full Sail Hosts Digital Cinematography Forum

There are many ways in which today’s films can now be shot, edited, and released to the movie-going public. And as the Florida Film Festival serves as a magnet for those who are absolutely obsessed with everything film-related, last week was the perfect environment to dissect the different opportunities that are available for filmmakers of both the seasoned and amateur variety.

The Florida Film Festival’s Digital Cinematography Forum brought a panel of filmmakers to campus to showcase their work, share their experiences and insight with students, staff, and festival attendees, and discuss how the art of filmmaking has been unquestionably revolutionized by advances in digital technology and movie-making techniques.

Hosted and moderated by Full Sail Digital Cinematography Course Director Mikey Jones, the forum gave panelists Will Cobble, Drew Garraway, Bob Perry, Brad Fuller, Marco Cordero, and Jeff Planck a platform to share their viewpoints on the current state of cinema, offer up the techniques they have used to create their own projects, and answer questions from the audience at the end of the presentation.