Aspiring filmmakers have a fantastic opportunity to join Outside Adventure Film School when it gets underway this April on the isle of Fiji in the South Pacific, where they’ll spend ten days rafting, diving, kayaking and more. They’ll also be joined by filmmaker Michael Brown who will teach them the art of making adventure films while capturing the not only the aquatic action but also the unique culture of the island.
The film school will run from April 9th through the 19th and begins with a rafting trip through the famous black lava canyons of the Upper Navua Gorge. From there, students, instructors, and Teva sponsored athletes will transfer to a 140-foot sailing vessel known as the Tui Tai, which will be their home and base of operations for the days ahead.
Over the past few years, the Outside film schools have earned themselves a reputation for providing excellent instruction for those looking to get into the business while also providing opportunities to have a little fun and adventure along the way. The 2011 edition looks to continue that legacy with plenty of things to see and due in that tropical paradise.
To learn more about the school and to view the full itinerary, click here. And to fill out the application form, click here.
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