education

Philip Bloom Toronto 2 day workshop

I just returned from Toronto over the week at the Philip Bloom Workshop. It was an amazing workshop that challenged my shooting skills and story concept skills in a very short time period. Basically fourteen students had two hours to come up with a thirty second short story on an object we selected. I happened to choose a child’s toy train.
My original plan was to use perspective to make the train appear to be in the city of Toronto by using the Toronto skyline. After a few shots of this, I had to come up with some story line. So below is the story I came up with for the challenge.

Many thanks to Philip Bloom, Sarah Estela and all the assistants at Rikitik Productions for putting together this fabulous workshop! The student film were incredible and I was impressed by the raw talent of the students. I can’t wait to see the Vancouver student films! See Philip’s blog site here for details

http://philipbloom.net/events/canada2013/



A Trainy Afternoon from Michael Kovach on Vimeo.

Amazing Kids Jesse and Amelia Hilton

A story about Amazing Kids, Jesse and Amelia Hilton from London, Ontario. Their passion and skills are depicted in this film by listening to their song and dance. This episode to be aired on RogerTV in The show "Amazing Kids".

Diane Gordon Etiquette Essentials

Spend five minutes with Diane Gordon, a Certified Corporate Etiquette & International Protocol Consultant in London, Ontario and discover how to make a fabulous first impression and how your handshake will set you a part. To elevate your confidence and professionalism, contact Diane Gordon at dg@etiquetteessentials.ca or 519-902-0867, www.etiquetteessentials.ca



Created by Spectacle Cinema of London, ON. www.spectacle-cinema.com
Shot on Canon 5D Mark iii