Prifad School for Performing Arts

Prifad School for Performing Arts

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Prifad Center for for Performing Arts aims at skilling Ugandans in the areas of music, filming and radio production. We are in mubende town and kampala.

Operating as usual

29/06/2018

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26/04/2018

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26/04/2018

Prifad School for Performing Arts

04/04/2018

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24/03/2018

No matter your age, education, Prifad pictures ug together with prifad school of music and filming, wish to invite all interested people for music and instrumental lessons plus filming lessons. We are in mubende kakumiro road opposite mayors garden. Call us on 0774343517, 0706783623 we are trained to train you

09/02/2018

Prifad school of music, filming and media studies is a Ugandan performing arts school in Mubende municipality that offers courses in music, filming, dance, and media studies. It started its operation in 2017 and it hopes to expand to other parts of Uganda and east Africa with time.

The current mandate is to offer an accessible and comprehensive program in music, filming and media instruction accommodating students of all ages and levels of ability. Students receive a quality education designed to inspire a lifelong interest in the arts, whether for their personal enjoyment or a professional career.
we are registering new students at our head centre in Mubende town central Uganda and you all welcome to our center.

in pictures, are our filming projects and hand on practices, 0774343517

23/01/2018

Prifad school of music, filming and media studies is a Ugandan performing arts school in Mubende municipality that offers courses in music, filming, and media studies. It started its operation in 2017 and it hopes to expand to other parts of Uganda and east Africa with time.

The current mandate is to offer an accessible and comprehensive program in music, filming and media instruction accommodating students of all ages and levels of ability.

16/12/2017

Prifad school of music, filming and media studies is a Ugandan performing arts school in Mubende municipality that offers courses in music, filming, and media studies. It started its operation in 2017 and it hopes to expand to other parts of Uganda and east Africa with time.

The current mandate is to offer an accessible and comprehensive program in music, filming and media instruction accommodating students of all ages and levels of ability. Students receive a quality education designed to inspire a lifelong interest in the arts, whether for their personal enjoyment or a professional career.

we are registering new students at our head centre in Mubende town central Uganda and you all welcome to our center.

call for more info,,, +256774343517

29/09/2017

Prifad school of music, filming and media studies is a Ugandan performing arts school in Mubende municipality that offers courses in music, filming, dance, and media studies. It started its operation in 2017 and it hopes to expand to other parts of Uganda and east Africa with time.

The current mandate is to offer an accessible and comprehensive program in music, filming and media instruction accommodating students of all ages and levels of ability. Students receive a quality education designed to inspire a lifelong interest in the arts, whether for their personal enjoyment or a professional career.
we are registering new students at our head centre in Mubende town central Uganda and you all welcome to our center.

in pictures, are our filming projects and hand on practices, 0774343517

29/09/2017

Prifad school of music, filming and media studies is a Ugandan performing arts school in Mubende municipality that offers courses in music, filming, dance, and media studies. It started its operation in 2017 and it hopes to expand to other parts of Uganda and east Africa with time.

The current mandate is to offer an accessible and comprehensive program in music, filming and media instruction accommodating students of all ages and levels of ability. Students receive a quality education designed to inspire a lifelong interest in the arts, whether for their personal enjoyment or a professional career.
we are registering new students at our head centre in Mubende town central Uganda and you all welcome to our center. +256774343517

24/09/2017

PRIFAD PICTURES UG TOGETHER WITH PRIFAD SCHOOL OF MUSIC AND FILMING ARE HERE TO OFFER MUSIC AND FILMING LESSONS AT AN AFFORDABLE COST, CALL US TODAY FOR MORE INFORMATION. 0774343517

10/09/2017

OUR MUSIC AND FILMING LESSONS ARE STILL ON, CALL ME NOW 077434351

22/06/2017

Prifad School of Music, Filming and Media Studies

Prifad school of music and media and filming aims at skilling Ugandans in the areas of music, filming and radio production. We are in mubende town and Kampala.

07/05/2017

Prifad School for Performing Arts

[03/27/17]   Prifad school of music and media and filming aims at skilling Ugandans in the areas of music, filming and radio production. We are in mubende town and Kampala.

21/10/2016

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[09/21/16]   PERFORMANCE GROUPS

Prifad school of music and filming has a long and proud dream of providing performance opportunities to all of it’s students. For the 2016-2017 school year we’re proud to announce that we’ll be offering classes and ensembles dedicated to preparing students to perform at the highest level. together with music studios like PLAN B RECOREDS, T1 STUDIO, BM RECORDS AND ROCK STUDIO IN MUBENDE, WE ARE VERY READY TO SET THE PESS FOR OUR STUDENTS. JOIN US TODAY

[09/10/16]   PERFORMANCE GROUPS

Prifad school of music and filming has a long and proud dream of providing performance opportunities to all of it’s students. For the 2016-2017 school year we’re proud to announce that we’ll be offering classes and ensembles dedicated to preparing students to perform at the highest level. together with music studios like PLAN B RECOREDS, T1 STUDIO, BM RECORDS AND ROCK STUDIO IN MUBENDE, WE ARE VERY READY TO SET THE PESS FOR OUR STUDENTS. JOIN US TODAY

10/09/2016

At Prifad school of music and filming, We make available access to the performing arts regardless of income, age, previous experience, or professional aspirations. In particular, we seek to help those whose artistic voices are least often heard.

22/08/2016

Register now for the upcoming training, fee is 20,000/= registration and training fees are negotiable. Thanks

[08/13/16]   THE SECRETS OF FILM FINANCING

If you are looking to make a feature film, this lesson will be a real eye-opener. We will examine film financing from the perspective of successful producers.

The approach is probably not what you expect since it goes against the grain of what is typically taught in film school. On hindsight, however, you may come to appreciate it. Especially when it helps you avoid repeating the mistakes of countless unsuccessful filmmakers.

Typical Approach

Virtually all aspiring filmmakers and film school grads want to make a feature film. One of the first things they do is try to raise financing.

Film financing is a difficult task because of the risk investors are expected to take. Despite this, some budding filmmakers actually achieve it. They typically raise financing from friends, relatives, and/or "angel" investors. After completion, the film is rolled out on the festival circuit in search of a distributor.

This is the typical route for novice filmmakers. Seems reasonable, right?

Wrong. There is an inherent flaw that will doom the film to failure. Read the approach again and try to find it.

The problem is that the approach is backwards. Securing distribution should be the first step, not the last.

Securing distribution is the first step
in making a feature film, not the last.

Crucial Link

You may be asking yourself, "What does distribution have to do with financing?" The answer is: everything!

The distribution deal is how you raise financing. By pre-selling distribution rights, you can raise anywhere from seed money to virtually the entire budget. Distribution rights include:

Domestic Theatrical

International Theatrical

DVD

TV

Syndication

Pre-selling distribution rights is how all the real players in the industry get their projects off the ground.

Recall the compelling "Cinderella stories" about projects that were unsuccessfully pitched to everyone in Hollywood before they were finally picked up, launching major careers in the process. Well, those filmmakers used exactly the approach recommended here.

Do you think that an unknown Sylvester Stallone made Rocky with his own money? Or that Mark Burnett used his personal savings to produce the first season of Survivor? Of course not. They went around Tinseltown pitching the idea until someone bought it.

Mark Burnett's Brainchild

The person or company that buys distribution rights may not be a distributor per se, but can guarantee distribution by virtue of a prearranged deal with a distributor. It boils down to the same thing.

Also, the various rights can be sold to different parties. That's why you often see many companies listed in credits of a film, depending on the complexity of the deals involved.

First Things First

In film school, there is an old adage that says you should use OPM (other people's money) to make your movie. This is to minimize your personal risk.

The first thing newly minted filmmakers do when they graduate is run out to raise OPM. Okay, so they make a movie using OPM. What's the point if they can't get it in front of an audience?

The truth is, with today's affordable equipment, anyone can make a movie. However, making the movie is only half the battle. Distributing the movie is the other half; and the deal should be made before spending time and money on anything else.

Making the movie is only half the battle
(the second half).

In the development stage, all your effort must be geared to securing a distributor. This is accomplished by putting together a viable package (script, talent, production team) and pitching it to parties interested in buying the distribution rights. It is what successful producers spend most of their time doing.

You must find a distributor eventually, so why not do it the way the pros do--before the movie is made. By using this approach, you will waste less time and radically increase your chances of success.

Additional Benefits

Not only will this approach enable you to make the movie, but there are additional benefits as well:

The distributor has a vested interest your project and will make every effort to see that it turns a profit.


Distributors know what audiences are looking for at any given time and can help you develop the project in terms of story choice and actors.


Sale of distribution rights imparts credibility to the project and can help secure additional financing if needed.

[08/13/16]   DIGITAL PROJECTORS

Prior to the digital age, one of the joys of editing was the ability to take the workprint off the flatbed, mount it on a projector, and watch it on a large screen. This served an important step in the editing process, allowing you to approximate the rhythm and pace of a scene as it would feel in a theater. You could also see image and performance issues not apparent on the small flatbed screen.

Digital editing has not lent itself to such critical evaluation. Even a huge 30" monitor pales in comparison to watching your work projected on a ten foot movie screen. This all changed with the influx of affordable digital projectors. For many years digital projectors were expensive, starting at about $5,000. Recently, however, the price of HD (high definition) projectors has fallen below $750!

We've reached the final frontier in the digital revolution. Now, you can shoot, edit, and project high definition digital images in direct competition with major players.

Optoma Model HD20

Today's digital projectors feature quality construction and portability. Many are not much bigger than a cigar box. There are several technical differences between models that you should be aware of before purchasing one:

LCD vs. DLP Technology

In an LCD projector, the video signal is split into three light beams--red, green, and blue. The beams strike a corresponding LCD panel (liquid crystal display), which regulates the beam's intensity, similar to the way a venetian blind works. The three beams are then recombined and directed through the projector lens.
In DLP projectors, the light beam is reflected off a DMD chip (Digital Micromirror Device) though the projector lens. The DMD is made of millions of tiny mirrors that fill a designated pixel space on screen. The mirrors have the ability to tilt and switch on/off, depending on the pixel's gray scale requirements. Hue is added using a spinning color wheel with red, green, and blue segments.

Which technology is better? Since each has its pros and cons, it's hard to say. LCDs tend to be brighter with great color saturation. DLPs tend to have richer blacks and contrast. LCDs are more prone to visible pixels (pixelation), while DLPs occasionally produce a rainbow effect from the spinning color wheel.

The higher up in price you go, the less apparent the quality difference between the two technologies. Ultimately, the question of which is better boils down to personal taste.

DLP projectors use a proprietary technology developed by Texas Instruments and licensed to key manufacturers like Optoma. The major developers of LCD projectors are Sony and Epson.

Resolution

HD projectors are available in 720 and 1080 lines of resolution. 720 projectors are cheaper and will most likely disappear from the market as the price of 1080 projectors continues to fall below $1000.

SD (standard definition) projectors are considerably less expensive but the resolution is only 480 lines. This is not enough for quality big screen projection so avoid them.

HD projectors can be distinguished by the HDMI inputs, as illustrated below. HDMI has replaced component video as the input port of choice, though most projectors still have both types.

Operation

There are two types of digital projectors: stand alone and all-in-one. Both are simple to use.

Stand alone projectors, like the model shown below, are simply that--projectors. The source video, whether DVD, video deck, or computer, is plugged in to it. Some models have speakers but most do not, so the sound must be routed from the video source to an external amplifier.

After the initial setup, operation is straightforward. You turn the projector "on" and control the video from the source machine.

If you need true portability, an all-in-one projector is the way to go. In addition to the traditional input ports shown above, this design features a built-in DVD player and speakers. The setup involves simply plugging it in and turning it "on."

All-In-One Projector - Epson Model 72

Purists may scoff at the idea of an all-in-one projector, but they serve an important function, particularly if you need a simplified setup and/or high degree of portability.

Image Quality

Expensive digital projectors have been around for years and the quality is difficult to discern from film. Chances are you've seen a digitally projected movie and not realized it. The challenge for manufacturers was to bring theater quality to the home and prosumer markets.

The current crop of entry level HD projectors is truly amazing. Images are bright with rich colors, wide contrast, and deep blacks. They really pop out at you, as you can see in the screen capture below.

Optoma HD20 Screen Capture

These projectors can fill a screen measuring up to 25 feet across. To achieve optimal quality you must use an HD or Blu-Ray DVD player.

If you are using standard definition DVDs, an upscaling DVD player will yield surprisingly close results. The upscaling player converts SD video (480 lines) to HD (1080 lines). Most DVD players today are upscaling and inexpensive, starting at around $75.

If the image still suffers, chances are it's the DVD itself. You may not realize it, but transfer quality varies even among major distributors. This occurs because some transfers are made with too much compression, either by choice or because too much information is being crammed on to the disk.

When the video image is overly compressed, it results in artifacts. You will see pixels blocking up in groups or dancing around sections of the screen.

An example of this is found in Disney's Platinum Edition of Beauty and the Beast. It was touted as being a beautifully remastered transfer. Despite lush colors, the video itself is marred with artifacts, the result of compressing three versions of the film on to a single DVD.

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