Ink People Center for the Arts Presenting Filmmaking Workshop on January 20
This is a press release from the Ink People Center for the Arts:
The Ink People Center for the Arts will be presenting a 1-Day Filmmaking Workshop, Saturday, Jan. 20 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Learn how to think on the fly about your shots and coverage, get the most striking visuals and heartfelt moments, edit, color correct, sound balance and have it all ready by the evening. Zero Kazama, most recognized for his role as the host of MTV’s hit show “Silent Library” will be teaching this exciting workshop. Registration is $45, or $35 for students or Ink People members. Scholarships are available. The workshop will be held in Eureka. Register online through our Events page on inkpeople.org, or call (707) 442-8413.
Most recognized for his role as the host of MTV’s hit show “Silent Library” and his part as the Yakuza weapons expert on Spike’s “Deadliest Warrior”. Zero was raised on Maui, Hawai’i after his parents moved there shortly after his birth in Japan. He grew up there for 20 years then moved to O’ahu where he lived for 4 years. After giving himself a deadline to leave, he moved to Los Angeles in 2007.
Apart from his career as an actor and stuntman, Zero is a capable director, dp and editor and has made over 50 videos/reels/short films since 2010. You can find more information about Zero and his work at SpartanNinja.com