STUDIO CITY (CBS/KCAL) — Film and TV director Bobby Roth visited the KCAL9 studios Monday.
From “Miami Vice” to “Lost,” “V” and “Prison Break,” Roth has directed over 50 television series and over a dozen films in his 30-year career.READ MORE: Jokic Has 49, Triple-Double As Nuggets Edge Clippers In OT
Roth is make his teaching debut, leading Master Class in West Hollywood on April 16. The class is open to the public.
Roth says, “I teach my class to work backward from the editing room, imagining every shot your editor might need in the story telling and how it might be used. As time is of the essence it’s every bit important to know what you don’t need and to recognize when a necessary moment has been realized. Some of this comes from years of experience, but the great majority of it comes from working with the right people and communicating your design in a clear and accessible way.”
“Two of my greatest axioms are, “Directors must know themselves” and you must always put the camera where the story is.”
Master ClassREAD MORE: Lakers Blow Halftime Lead In Loss To Pacers
Saturday, April 16
1516 N. Gardner St.
West Hollywood, CA 90046
Admission: $300, students: $250
To reserve a spot, send an email to: firstname.lastname@example.orgMORE NEWS: Grandmother Carrying Infant Allegedly Assaulted By Unhoused Woman In Venice
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