February 20, 2016

Hone Your Cinematography & VFX Skills at the 2-Day Cine School with Director Tom Antos

Director, DP, and VFX artist Tom Antos is hitting the road to help teach filmmakers how to make better cinematic content at his international 2-Day Cine School.

Tom Antos' interactive 2-Day Cine School workshop will give participants the opportunity to learn new skills in cinematography, post-production, VFX, color correction, and color grading. He kicks off his tour in Phoenix, AZ on February 22nd, but will be making stops in 27 cities across the U.S., Canada, and Europe. To get an idea of what Antos has in store for you, check out the promo video below:

The first day of the event will be a 4-hour workshop focused on editing and VFX, including color correction and grading. The following workshop will be an all-day masterclass on cinematography, in which Antos will show attendees techniques for pre-production, lighting, audio, and using stabilizers.

Though not as expensive as other workshops with similar curriculum, the 2-Day Cine School will still cost you:

  • Day 1 (Editing & VFX session): $149
  • Day 2 (Cinematography Masterclass): $199
  • Day 1 & 2 (Golden Ticket): $295
Tom Antos

If you're on the fence about dropping that kind of cash, maybe the extras and freebies will get you to register. You will receive $200 in giveaways and discounts, a free DCO song from SongFreedom, as well as free admission to this year's NAB event in April. Furthermore, if you purchase the Golden Ticket, you'll also get the $199 workshop video download for free. And if you're still on the fence, you can use the code EARLYBIRD to purchase at least two tickets at a 20% discount. (Limited time only!)

If you're unable to attend the workshop, a digital download will be available May 20th. With over 6 hours of content, it covers the entire Editing and VFX workshop, as well as portions of the Cinematography Masterclass for $199.

So, if you're interested in learning more about Tom Antos' 2-Day Cine School, head on over to the site to get info about registration, dates and cities, and more. If you're ready to register, click here, or if you want to get your hands on the digital download, click here    

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February 21, 2016 at 2:12AM, Edited February 21, 2:12AM

Tobias N
Director of Photography

Terrible pitch. This would have been great in 2010

February 21, 2016 at 3:38PM

You voted '+1'.
Content developer

I think we need to stop using the term "film look" and replace it with "cinematic look." That's the real thing most filmmakers are trying to achieve, or at least it's what I'm going for.

February 28, 2016 at 3:26AM

Ryan Gudmunson
Recreational Filmmaker