BFMC is pleased to present a non-credit workshop, FILM PRODUCTION ONE, in partnership with Berkshire Community College at BCC’s Main Campus in Pittsfield, MA. The course will meet for 8-sessions on Wednesdays, from 6:30pm-8:30pm, beginning February 7th. This introduction to film and video production provides a foundation in the principles, techniques and equipment involved in production. Students will write, produce, direct, and edit individual projects. On completing this course, students will understand the basics of scripting, camera operation, direction, lighting, sound, and non-linear editing. They will achieve proficiency in camera operation including framing, exposure, focus and movement as well as demonstrate competency in non-linear editing software. To register, go to http://shop.berkshirecc.edu/ under the Professional Development category. The cost is $320 for the 8 classes. Students must be 16 years+ to participate. The instructor for the course is Emmy nominated, award-winning producer, editor and videographer Tony Dunne. He has spent almost 20 years working in both commercial and public television honing his storytelling skills, and has produced magazine programs, quiz shows, live nightly newscasts, and political and public affairs programming. An accomplished documentarian, his credits include Music Alone Shall Live: 35 Years of the Iron Horse and the acclaimed Things That Go Bump in the Night: Tales of Haunted New England, which aired on PBS stations nationwide. Tony is currently the Executive Producer of WGBY’s news-magazine program Connecting Point, and the long-running high school quiz show As Schools Match Wits. Outside of his work at WGBY, Dunne is an accomplished independent producer and the co-creator of the Emmy-nominated independent series New England Legends.