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MUD Foundation

Filmmaker Bootcamp with Andrés Di Bono

One of our favorite Miami filmmakers, Uruguayan/USA director/cinematographer/editor, Andres Di Bono, has designed a special and comprehensive four week Filmmaking Bootcamp for our community, where you will learn/network and practice the craft of filmmaking in an intimate setting.

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Filmmaker Bootcamp with Andrés Di Bono
Filmmaker Bootcamp with Andrés Di Bono

Time & Location

Jan 20, 2024, 2:00 PM – Feb 10, 2024, 5:00 PM

MUD Foundation, 350 NE 75th St unit 360 123, Miami, FL 33138, USA


About the event

This 4-week class is made up of theory and practice, as students learn the fine details of cinematography and directing from one of our community's most talented professionals. All materials and lunch are included.

DATES: January 20th, 27th,  February 3rd & 10th.

Saturdays ONLY from 2:00 PM - 5:00 PM

WHERE: MUD Foundation

If Spanish is your first language, our instructor is bilingual. FilmGate wont let this language barrier stop you from learning!


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REFUND POLICY: Full refund up to 2 weeks. Partial refund or credit after that.

4-Week Workshop Syllabus

Week 1

- The Story


-Story Structure

-Character Development


- Script

-Writing scripts

-Script format

- Assembling a Team

-Director, Producer, Actors, etc.,

Week 2

- Pre-Production Stage 1

-Script Breakdown

-Shot List

-Camera angles



-Set Design


-Make Up

-Lighting, Color


- Pre-Production Stage 2

-Crew Responsibilities


-Sound Recording

-Camera Lenses

-Set language and protocols

-Contracts for Cast and Crew

- Pre-Production Stage 3

- Basic Camera Knowledge (Composition, Depth of Field, Exposure)

- Basic Lighting (3-Point Lighting, RGB Lights, Color Temperature)

Week 3

- Budget

- Rehearsal

- Working with actors and crew

Week 4

- Production



"As a Film Director I love tell a good story and create the best film possible into a good working environment. That means everyone on set is comfortable and having a good time, stress is kept to a minimum (as much as it can be), and both cast and crew trust me and my judgement (while at the same time feeling like they can make suggestions to me and that I’ll seriously consider what they say).

I figure that if the working environment is good, people are going to put more effort into their work, and the end result will be a lot better. Of course, this starts in pre-production, making sure that the people you hire are going to be easy to work with. Talent is important, but I don’t care how talented someone is, if they’re impossible to work with, they’re not worth it.

So, let’s get creative!" - Andres Di Bono


  • Presale

    +$3.13 service fee
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  • General Admission

    +$3.75 service fee
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  • Week 1 - Story, Script...

    Story, Script, and Assembling your Team

    +$1.00 service fee
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  • Week 2 - Pre-Production

    +$1.50 service fee
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  • Week 3 - Budget and Rehearsal

    +$1.50 service fee
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  • Week 4 - Production

    +$1.50 service fee
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