2015 ASEAN CULTURAL EXCHANGE
& COOPERATION PROJECT
Film-making, Lighting and Camera Workshop
The “Filmmaking Lighting and Camera Workshop / Master Class” within ASEAN Cultural Exchange / Cooperation Project (Animation, Film) took place in Pinewood Iskandar Malaysia Studios (PIMS), where IMAGICA South East Asia (ISEA) resides, on November 25th and 26th, 2015, where ISEA coordinated and supported the project locally.
The purpose of the project is for cultural exchange among ASEAN countries and to enliven the imaging field within Asia. It was planned and conducted by the non-profit organization UNIJAPAN and the Graduate School of Film and New Media, Tokyo University of the Arts (TUA). We welcomed professors Katsumi Yanagijima from TUA to host a workshop that consisted of going through the workflow from filming to color grading from a constructed open set, lecture by Mr. Yanagijima, and participants joining on set.
The participants included 30 students from Multimedia University in Malaysia, 14 members of the Malaysian Society of Cinematographers and eight students from Singapore. The lively two-day workshop was filled with filming on the set built within the studio with cooperation from professor Toshihiro Isomi (TUA), the work that follows, lectures and question-and-answer sessions.