The second in a series of five online seminars in which VII photographers share the secrets of their expansion into new areas of creative and commercial success.

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Wednesday January 18 - 12.00 EST / 17.00 GMT
“Facts and Fictions”
JESSICA DIMMOCK will share practical tips on filmmaking as well as insights about breaking into the independent movie scene.
 


Jessica will lead the second of VII’s Visual Journey seminars, with a discussion of her transition from still photojournalism to feature cinematography. Josh Siegel, Assistant Curator for the film department at the Museum of Modern Art will talk to Jessica about her 2011 feature movie “Without”, including discussion of how a foundation in still photography can cultivate a distinctive approach in filmmaking. Dimmock will talk about how new equipment and new attitudes allow image-makers to integrate both stills and video coherently in their productions. Dimmock’s 2011 feature “Without” is nominated for a prestigious Gotham Award and has already earned Jessica the Kodak Award for best cinematography at the Hamptons International Film Festival and the Independent Visions Award at the Sarasota Film Festival. In 2010 Jessica directed and shot the video for the title song of Moby’s latest album “Wait For Me”. Most recently Jessica has shot stills and video for a soon-to-be-released HBO four-part documentary film.

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Produced by Blue Barn Pictures
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