Learn to make film during a ten-week intensive evening course! Intenzio teaches you the basics of the different disciplines – script, direction, cinematography, sound, editing and production – that you need to make film.
You who have started to take the first serious steps towards filmmaking surely know how difficult it is to move on to a higher level on your own. Film is a collective art form. You need knowledge, you need practice and you need a network of like-minded people if you want the result to be better and with a higher level. That is our goal with Intenzio.
The next course will start in January 2021. The deadline to apply is December 14th.
|Name of education:||Intenzio|
|Study hours:||Evening course, at 6 pm – 9 pm|
|Extent:||10 weeks, 60 hours|
|Course starts:||January and August|
|Deadline for application:||December 14 and June 14|
|Course certificate:||Upon completion of course, the participant |
receives a course certificate
|Course fee:||29.000 SEK with possibility to pay in parts|
|Student aid (CSN):||No|
|Language:||English or Swedish|
The course teaches you the basics of all the professional orientations needed for a film to be made: script, direction, cinematography, sound, editing and production.
- The course gives you training in scriptwriting and teaches the basics of drama and short film dramaturgy.
- You get to practice personal instruction, stage design and conversion of a script into a film.
- You learn the basics of film photography; imagery, camera functions and lighting.
- You will learn how to handle lamps, filters and camera equipment and plan a shooting visually.
- The course teaches you to assess a recording location based on the sound engineer’s work.
- You go through audio recording equipment and how to handle and select the right microphone.
- The basics of sound editing.
- You will learn how to apply for funding for your film idea and how to pitch a film for a consultant or financier.
- How to make a film budget.
The course gives you practical practice in making films with other people.
The course is for you who want to immerse yourself in the knowledge you already have and want to create films supervised by professional filmmakers. The course is for you who want to get a network of film colleagues with the same serious goal, to one day be part of the film industry.
As the course takes place in the evening, it is suitable for you who want to be able to combine education with work. The course is for you who want to create film during ten intensive weeks, talk about film, discuss film and realize your own and others’ cinematic ideas.
Have you got any questions about Intenzio or our other courses? Get in touch!
READ WHAT FORMER PARTICIPANTS SAY ABOUT THE COURSE
After attending a one-year film program at another school, I felt that that education was not enough to move on. Then I started looking for good schools and educations in film, and since I am a person who wants to learn through practice and preferably for a shorter time, Intenzio suited me perfectly.
I started at Stockholm Film School and it was exactly what I was looking for and that suited me best. I have met wonderful teachers as well as fellow students whom
I still have contact with and write and make short films and art films together. I have never regretted my decision. Stockholm Film School and Intenzio were for me the best choice among all film education.
If you are thinking about starting a film education, I highly recommend Stockholm Film School.
Azita Nia, filmmaker
I was 64 when I studied Intenzio in 2016, and started without any previous experience or knowledge of filmmaking. Intenzio is a very ambitious introduction to film production and the film industry. You learn the entire chain from script writing to post production. To get the maximum out of this short and very intensive course offered by Stockholm Film School, I needed a 100% commitment of days, evenings and weekends. It was a lot of hard work but incredibly instructive. All teachers were very experienced in their respective fields, which resulted in lessons, tutoring and all feedback being terrific.
After the course, it was no problem for me to take on assignments as a photographer and to handle sound and light as well as participate in castings and film preparations. So far, I have filmed and cut two pilots into upcoming feature films, three documentaries and a number of short films for companies and associations’ websites. I can honestly recommend Intenzio to anyone who is interested in film production and is ready to spend the time required for this intensive course.
Lars af Sillén, former officer, now artist and filmmaker
The name ‘Intenzio’ is definitely how the course feels as it really is an intense course in its true sense. This means, of course, that it is a very demanding course at the same time.
But with that being said, it is also a very rewarding course that in a very short time succeeds in giving a taste of most parts of a film production, both creative and the practical. From the very beginning, it is a focus on learning by doing and although it can sometimes feel like being thrown into the deep part of the pool without being able to swim, the teachers are there to guide you.
Since Intenzio focuses on getting the students to do things themselves, the course will probably also depend on how much time you invest in it, but if you can, you have actually made your first short film when the course is over. For me, I needed to recover for a week after the course, but at the same time was hungry for more.
Johannes Ledel, journalist and filmmaker
TERMS AND CONDITIONS
ABOUT STOCKHOLM FILM SCHOOL
Stockholm Film School (Stockholms Filmskola) is a non-profit association with corporate identity number 802014-4187, which conducts educational activities without yielding profit. The education is financed exclusively via tuition fees.The film school has statutes, a board and an employed artistic leader/principal. The film school owns certain technical equipment and employs requisite teachers.
ADMISSION TO THE COURSE
Application to participate in the Film School’s course Intenzio shall be made through the form above and be provided to the school at the given date of deadline.
Applicants who are admitted to the course will be notified by e-mail to the address submitted in the application. Together with the admission notice, the student is also invoiced the registration fee of 6.000 SEK, with a due date 7 days ahead. Once the registration fee has been paid, the admission is confirmed. In the event of non-payment of the registration fee, the applicant is no longer guaranteed a place on the course, and the place can be offered to another applicant.
AFTER COMPLETED COURSE
Upon completion of the course, a course certificate will be issued to the participant.
Total course fee is 29.000 SEK, including a registration fee of 6.000 SEK.
If you are admitted to the Stockholm Film School’s Intenzio course after an interview, you accept the vacancy by paying a registration fee of 6.000 SEK (invoiced with admission notice).
Remaining course fee (23.000 SEK) is invoiced at the start of the course, with expiration date 14 days ahead.
There is a possibility of payment in parts. Partial payment is granted after a regular credit check. In case of a partial payment, an administration fee of 525 SEK will be added, and the total course fee will then be 29.525 SEK.
TERMS OF PAYMENT
The course fee is invoiced to the student orto a by the student advised firm or legal person. In the event of non-payment by invoice, statutory fees will be charged.
If an applicant who has been accepted to the school and paid the admission fee decides not to start the course, the film school must be notified as soon as possible, and minimum 14 days before the course starts, or s/he is obliged to pay the remaining tuition fee of 23.000 SEK according with the sent invoice.
Regardless of when the above mentioned notification has been received by the Film School, the registration fee will not be refunded.