Cinematography Masterclass with Kathy Kasic
1-4PM, LL105, 247 S. State St. Chicago IL 60604
Kathy Kasic who is an artist, a nature cinematographer, and a filmmaker, is coming to DePaul for a masterclass that is not to be missed. Kathy will show examples of her work, and have a conversation with faculty member Dana Kupper about traveling the globe filming the natural world. There will also be an exciting demonstration of the Phantom 4K Flex high speed camera, which runs 2,000 frames per second, and we will be able to film objects in super slow motion. Come to this workshop and see things around you in a new way!
Kathy Kasic is the Director of Film Arts at Tippet Rise Art Center, a world-renowned land-art sculpture and classical music venue, where she directs art films, documentaries and performance videos. Before becoming a filmmaker Kathy was a biologist, recording vocalizations of an Amazonian frog. Since then her camera has taken her to film off the bow of a ship, underwater in free-flowing mountain rivers and soon to the South Pole. She has exhibited at international festivals and galleries and has broadcast on National Geographic, BBC, PBS, and Discovery Channel. Kathy is also a faculty member in film at Montana State University.
DePaul University’s School of Cinematic Arts presents VERITÉ, and annual documentary eventon October 27th and Saturday, October 28th.
Veritéis a two-day program that brings award-winning documentary filmmakers to DePaul University for an in-depth look at the filmmaking process. Through film screenings, panel discussions and master classes, Verité creates a venue for students and documentary enthusiasts to participate in the behind-the-scenes decision making process that goes into creating documentary films and other non-fiction media.