The One Minute workshop
The One Minute Film Workshop is an intense workshop where writer-director David Bonneville will teach students a variety of skills and practices that will help them create personal, original short stories of 60 seconds. In addition to providing participants with the knowledge and confidence to undertake larger projects, this workshop will also help Brno16 discover new talent early in their creative careers. The completed films will be screened at the closing ceremony of 58th Brno16 International Short Film Festival.
The workshop will run for four consecutive mornings, from the 11th to the 14th of October, supported by Faculty of Informatics, Masaryk University.
David Bonneville is a London-based filmmaker who has written, directed and edited several short films to critical acclaim. Gypsy was funded by the Portuguese Film Institute and premiered at film festivals such as Locarno, Guadalajara, Tampere, Palm Springs and SXSW. It picked up 25 accolades, including best director, best film, best performance, best cinematography and audience awards. David began his career as an assistant to video-artists and directors such as Turner-prize winner Douglas Gordon and Cannes Palme d'Or winner Manoel de Oliveira. Bonneville has also worked at the BBC. Currently he mentors undergraduate and postgraduate students at the University of Westminster; he also tutors workshops in London, and abroad.