Documenting Science With Video for Impact (online)





Trevor Almeida



Pick the brains of an experienced video producer to seek answers to your video related questions or simply absorb the material presented and take away some handy resources for your video projects in 2018 and beyond. RSVP for your unique link to join the session online. When: Thursday 28th December, 2pm AEDT.
Drawing on more than 15 years experience producing video content for broadcast, museums, web and mobile devices, Trevor Almeida from Geonewmedia will present valuable information about documenting concise science content using video for impact, and share handy hints and resources for using video in science communication.

Content covered in this session will include an overview of documenting science with video including a brief history and then share pointers and methods for best outcomes including story as well as resources. Topics discussed include:

• Seeing is believing. The value of documenting science in action.
• History. Documenting science to a wider audience.
• Creating the video. What goes into it, what choices are made.
• What is a good story. Discussion on audience, core ideas, structure and more.
• Discuss power of documentary in communicating science.
This session is for:
Science communicators interested in the documentary form to engage a general audience.
Professions seeking to use mini documentary or video to communicate, educate and train.
Anyone interested in the natural world and the “vast unknown” of the Kimberley.
Filmmakers interested in wildlife and environmental films.


** All delegates receive VIP access to the Secrets of the Kimberley film for free. It can also be accessed via Apple TV etc. Details…**
You may wish to view the film before attending this session.
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