One of the more challenging (and often elusive)aspects of our artistic endeavors is the creation of the narrative that will underpin a particular work.
In an effort to demystify this process we’ve invited Matt Marshall to present a talk on Storyboard Strategies: How pictures tell stories.
We’ll look at a variety of ways pictures create meaning and can be
organized to create narratives.
Matt will be sharing the storyboard exercise he uses with his students.
This event is free and open to the public.
Matt Marshall is a Film Lecturer, screenwriter and film composer. He teaches courses on film criticism and history at the University of Virginia and Hollins University. Marshall has been composing and performing live music accompaniment to classic silent films for over 15 years for the Virginia Film Festival and other venues.