ASC Master Class: Shooting Film (June 24-28, 2024)

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A unique opportunity to learn from the industry's top professionals

The ASC Master Class is an intensive five-day seminar designed for cinematographers who want to master an intermediate-to-advanced skill set. Instruction takes place in Hollywood and covers lighting and camera techniques and current workflow practices. All necessary equipment is provided.

 Special Focus: Shooting Film

  •   June 24-28, 2024

    Confirmed Instructors:

    Robert Elswit, ASC - There Will Be Blood, Good Night, and Good Luck.

    The cinematographer's extensive credits include the features Hard Eight, Boogie Nights, Tomorrow Never Dies, Punch-Drunk Love, Syriana, Michael Clayton, Salt, the Mission: Impossible films Ghost Protocol and Rogue Nation, Nightcrawler, Inherent Vice and King Richard. His most recent projects include the Netflix series Ripley (which will be featured in an upcoming issue of American Cinematographer).


    The instructors for each ASC Master Class vary and will be announced once they are confirmed, and are subject to availability. To see a list of the ASC members who have committed to serve on the faculty, and for more information, please click here.

    If you would like to make a deposit to hold your space, please click here.



    Frequently asked questions

    Where is the class held? 

    We start and end each day at The ASC Clubhouse in Hollywood, CA but each day’s shooting location may vary. 

    How much does the ASC Master Class Cost? 

    We have classes of varying types so please visit the ASC Store for pricing on your desired class 

    What’s included in the cost? 

    - Breakfast, lunch and most dinners (will be specified on the schedule)
    - Transportation from the ASC Clubhouse to all locations
    - Industry sponsorship dinner meet and greet
    - ASC Master Class Certificate upon completing the class 

    Who are ASC Ambassadors?

    ASC Ambassadors are ASC members who aren’t instructing during the week but are around to help answer your questions and offer guidance. Breakfasts and lunches are a great time to engage in discussions with them as well as our welcome and closing dinners. Come ready to ask questions! 

    What is required to submit for signing up? 

    Each interested attendee is required to submit a current resume in order to be considered. Once reviewed and confirmed you will receive a welcome email with additional info on preparation for attending. 

    When’s the deadline to sign up? 

    While there’s no official deadline, we do have a limited supply of spots available, so if interested please reach out via the ASC Store to secure your spot with a deposit. 

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