|Apr 29, 2017 @ 19:00|
|58 bd Saint-Jacques 75014 Paris, France|
|Number of Attendees expected: 20|
|MAX number of attendees: 20|
Do you like cinema and want to practice your English?
Practice English in a fun, dynamic and engaging way exploring cinema
with an American film professional
TRAVIS KERSCHEN's FILM SERIES
WHAT is "Travis Kerschen's Film Series"?
It is an original and productive way to learn about cinema... while studying & practicing English!
Using the brief history of narrative film as a structural framework, we will watch and discuss scenes from different films, exploring together the evolution of Western (American/European) cinema.
Besides the historical relevance of these clips, film terminology and vocabulary will be introduced, allowing the members to analyze the clips progressively based on the composite elements of cinema.
Different personal anecdotes will be divulged from working on film sets, transforming the series into an organic human experience of what film is.
Along with discussions, various fun participatory exercises and games will be done, including role playing as different film characters.
This will be a fun and dynamic and engaging series, about sharing passion and love for film.
In the future, for more dedicated members, new classes will be available to them which will build upon what has been learned (directing, acting, screenwriting.)
If resources become available, also editing and cinematography. If and when possible, visiting film professionals will be invited to talk about their jobs.
About Travis, your film specialist and instructor:
Travis Kerschen, of American origin, the facilitator of this weekly series, has worked in cinema for seventeen years in various cities (Los Angeles, Mexico City and Paris).
He is recognized for his passion (which itself is translated across languages and cultures). Professional experience: he has directed three feature films-Pageant (a comedy), Iko (a drama) and Tantrika (a horror) and numerous short films.
He has produced a film for Arte tv and some short films. He has acted in feature films and numerous short films. He has worked in a professional capacity as crew in many of the positions in most of the departments of a film production.
He has taught filmmaking at a university, film studies at two Parisian Grandes Ecoles, and acting at various academies. Beyond those two aspects of his love for cinema, he has a film education (being mentored by a Cannes’ Palm d’Or winning filmmaker.)
1. Subscribers: 6 €
2. Non subscribers: 10 €
For more information about the Polyglot Club Subscription, click HERE.
You must also buy a drink (to pay for the services of the bar that welcomes us): check the Drink Policy.
WHEN & WHERE?
Every Saturday 7-8 pm.
Warning: the session starts at 7PM sharp... or you will not be able to participate!
DENFERT Café: 58 bd Saint-Jacques 75014 Paris. Métro: Denfert-Rochereau (lines 4, 6, RER B)
- King_Travis Feb 10, 2017 @ 20:01
|King_Travis Just continuing with American films tomorrow! I look forward to seeing you guys!|
- Apr 21, 2017 @ 16:34
|King_Travis Hi Everybody, tomorrow we will be watching The Great Train Robbery and discussing it's influence on narrative cinema.|
- Apr 14, 2017 @ 12:49
|King_Travis Thanks for coming everyone, we had a good time, and we will keep on talking about and watching the development of cinema. I think we might be covering narrative form on Saturday.|
- Apr 02, 2017 @ 20:00
Hi Everybody, on Saturday we will continue with what we have been doing. I am looking for a clip from a movie I acted in, if I can find it by Saturday, we will watch that clip, too:)
- Mar 23, 2017 @ 10:48
Plus, is there any movie we should watch for tomorrow? :D
- Mar 17, 2017 @ 16:35
King_Travis and Happy Saint Patrick's Day!
- Mar 17, 2017 @ 16:46
King_Travis Hi Raluca, thanks a lot for registering! You will pay directly when the event begins. You don't have to watch any movies, we will watch different clips from film history and discuss their significance!
- Mar 17, 2017 @ 16:44
I won't be available on saturday March 18th but I want to attend the next session... Could you please take a reservation for me?
Thank in advance for your kind answer.
I look forward to hearing from you.
- Mar 14, 2017 @ 11:26