The Cariboo Mountain Bike Consortium and SoloS Productions’ Mitch Cheek are teaming up to host a mountain biking film workshop in Williams Lake July 7.

The Cariboo Mountain Bike Consortium and SoloS Productions’ Mitch Cheek are teaming up to host a mountain biking film workshop in Williams Lake July 7.

Cheek, CMBC teaming up to host bike film workshop

SoloS Productions and the Cariboo Mountain Bike Consortium will be holding the first event in the Cariboo Mountain Bike Film Festival.

SoloS Productions and the Cariboo Mountain Bike Consortium will be holding the first event in the Cariboo Mountain Bike Film Festival next weekend in Williams Lake.

Williams Lake’s Mitch Cheek, who owns and operates SoloS Productions, will be holding a workshop focused on the basics of film making and editing.

The workshop begins at 10 a.m. at the Community Arts Centre in Williams Lake. It will begin with a general discussion on mountain bike film making then participants will head out to Fox Mountain to learn how to position shots and to get the best use from different types of cameras, including GoPros.

The workshop will return indoors in the afternoon to review the basics of film editing on Final Cut Pro and IMovie.

Film festival participants will be charged $5 for participating, and the registration deadline in July 7. E-mail info@ridethecariboo.ca to sign up or visit www.ridethecariboo.ca for more details.

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