INTRODUCTION Next, we’re going to talk to you about our summer course for young people in Alicante, conducted exclusively through practical methods with the aim of promoting audiovisual culture among young people and offering them a unique and practical opportunity to learn, educate, and understand the audiovisual product and the work it entails. ABOUT US B.Movie it is a young and innovative company, created with the aim of being part of the world of audiovisual culture and participating in the distribution and preservation of its cultural value. It is a new project that brings together a group of ambitious young filmmakers from various nationalities and backgrounds who share a passion for the seventh art and creative instincts applied in all aspects of audiovisual product creation. The production company also has an audiovisual school for young people, which has been offering courses for 3 years in different areas of the audiovisual world. It is composed of professionals licensed in different fields, with years of experience and dozens of projects completed. JUSTIFICATION WHY ARE WE DOING THIS?

  • In today’s digital age, audiovisual platforms represent an essential part of cyberculture. For this reason, we consider it necessary to adapt classical learning patterns.
  • Lack of audiovisual culture in the current context. Due to the speed at which videos reach the audience through the internet, their quality has declined, especially regarding aspects related to planning and editing.
  • Lack of dedication and adaptation to the new working methods of other audiovisual schools.

From B.Movie School, we want to teach you how to master each phase of the seventh art because we know it can be a complex task. Additionally, we believe it’s important to instil the audiovisual culture of the province of Alicante, referring to its historical, social, and cultural character. AUDIENCE WHO ARE THE COURSES AIMED AT? The summer courses are aimed at young talents between 12 and 21 years old, interested in training and understanding the perspective offered by this industry and the fields they can explore. Students do not need to have any previous knowledge or experience in the field. The only requirement is to have passion, curiosity, and a willingness to learn. Our goal is to help all our students understand the structure of teamwork and acquire a general knowledge of the various responsibilities and tasks in the audiovisual field. TIMING WHEN WILL THE COURSES BE HELD? The course will take place during the summer. From July 1st to July 31st, with the option to attend from July 1st to 15th, from July 16th to 30th, or the entire month. The first part of the course will be dedicated to the pre-production process of the short film: scriptwriting, introduction to various elements of photography, sound collection techniques, location selection, artistic conditions, and countless other aspects related to the planning of the short film that will be carried out as the final project. In the second half, the fiction or documentary short film will be recorded and edited, and this final project will be supervised by tutors and teaching professionals throughout the process. METHODOLOGY We offer a working and educational method based on the Learning-by-doing philosophy. The aim is to foster the student’s competencies, develop their creative capacity, and stimulate problem-solving skills. From the very beginning, practical activities are carried out, helping students take the first step into the audiovisual world while learning from themselves throughout the process. We focus all courses on specific projects. This way, we present a continuous learning program where students see their work and learning reflected and realized. Classes will be taught in both English and Spanish, providing a unique opportunity to practice the language while learning and enjoying the experience. CONTENT WHAT WILL WE TEACH IN THE COURSES?

  • Participating in the creation process of a fiction short film. Learning about the different technical materials necessary for shooting.
  • Functions and uses of the camera. Settings, lenses, and filters.
  • Cinematic language.
  • Planning the recording process of a fiction short film.
  • Learning about different cinematographic lighting techniques. Materials and techniques necessary for using light as a specific narrative element. Lighting triangle.
  • Learning to direct a short film by understanding the techniques necessary for directing actors.
  • Development of technical and literary script for a fiction work. Designing the story, plots, subtexts, and character traits.
  • Composition of the shot. Framing the image proportion we want to capture. Rule of thirds.
  • Artistic considerations: Props, sets, costumes, makeup, etc.
  • Learning to use different editing and montage programs, with emphasis on Adobe Premiere Pro and After Effects.
  • Complete shooting of a fiction short film participating in the pre-production, production, and post-production phases.


  • Script:
    • Finding a good idea and learning how to turn it into a script.
    • Knowing the most useful tools for writing.
    • Learning to structure the plot to make sense of the story.
    • Developing characters, dialogues, subtexts, and story objectives.
  • Production breakdown:
  • Camera use:
    • Learning to use the camera and its accessories to achieve the desired shot and the necessary communicative intention in our video.
    • Knowing parameters and settings and using them to achieve a specific image.
  • Lighting techniques:
    • Controlling different lighting accessories and tools.
    • Learning to use light as a narrative element to achieve a specific effect and communicative intention.
  • Planning:
    • Scene design and shooting order.
    • Knowing the different types of static or moving shots and learning to use them according to the video’s needs.
  • Audiovisual language:
    • Understanding audiovisual language and its narrative elements.
    • Why things happen and how they happen within the script.
  • Directing actors:
    • Useful elements for conveying information to actors.
    • Techniques to help the actor get into character better and understand the character from the director’s instructions.
  • Artistic aspects:
    • Costume, makeup, sets, and props.
    • Learning to select artistic elements that best fit the narrative of our short film.
  • Filming a fiction short film. The final result becomes an ideal element to complete the students’ curriculum with a professional product.
  • Editing and final project
  • Transitions and effects in Premiere Pro. Using special commands to give our editing different visual effects.
  • Working with sound programs:
    • Synchronization with the image.
    • Cleaning, tone, and clarity.
  • Learning to colorize in editing programs.

FINAL PROJECT As a final project, students will have the opportunity to participate in the development process of a fiction short film. They will be involved in all stages of pre-production, production, and post-production, allowing each student to see their work and acquired knowledge reflected in a completely professional final project. RESOURCES At B.Movie School, all professional materials we use on a daily basis will be made available to students. This is a great learning opportunity as students can firsthand learn what is used and how it is used in the audiovisual industry. Additionally, the faculty, all highly qualified and experienced in the field, should be mentioned. Follow us on our social media: Facebook  Instagram tik tok