Date and Time
Sat, Jun 29
1:00 PM - 5:00 PM
$75 AFS MEMBER | $80 GENERAL ADMISSION
1143 Northwestern Ave, Austin, TX 78702
This 4-hour course explores the history and theory of color correction. Designed for content creators, directors, or aspiring colorists, participants will leave the course with the ability to speak to other artists about the color needs of their own projects, as well as begin to explore and apply the art form to their future work. We will tackle early technical and aesthetic aspects of filmmaking and the influence of those foundations on what would become the field of color correction. We also will look at case studies of hallmark works that changed the color landscape of media through today. No prior technical knowledge is required.
About the Instructor: Sarah Hennigan
A Dallas-born Cherokee filmmaker, Sarah grew up on-set and backstage, and has been
involved in the arts ever since. Her directorial work has been seen in festivals such as LA
SkinsFest and the Green Bay Film Festival. She now focuses on documentary and narrative
cinematography. She is also passionate about Native representation in popular culture, and
telling Native stories on screen. Sarah earned her B.A. from Vassar College as a Film Studies
major with a correlate sequence in Native American Studies. She received her Master of Fine
Arts in Film Production at the University of Texas at Austin. She now works as a freelance
filmmaker in Austin, TX.