About the Cannon T3i
The filmmaker’s friend. The Canon T3i has become one of the most widely used filmmaking cameras on the market. Shooting Full HD video (1920 x 1080) 24p with super 35mm size sensor (18.0 Megapixel CMOs for still photographers) the T3i has become the camera of choice for thousands of indy filmmakers. With Canon’s renowned still lenses this camera has been used to shoot countless indy features, shorts, music videos and documentaries.
How To Enter To Win
Students that enroll at MPI between July 9 and August 24 of 2012 are eligible to enter to win a Cannon T3i camera when completing the following:
- · Completion of the Student Enrollment Agreement
- · Provide a tuition deposit of $1,000.00
- · Attend the first 2 weeks of curriculum
About The Motion Picture Institute of Michigan
For fourteen years, MPI has been the launching pad for many aspiring filmmakers who’ve gone to work on mega-budget movies like Avatar, directed by James Cameron, Batman: The Dark Knight, directed by Christopher Nolan or John Carter directed by Andrew Stanton. MPI has also helped our graduates produce their own work, such as the award-winning feature Detroit Unleaded, directed by MPI graduate Rola Nashef, the feature Nevermore, starring Judd Nelson & Vincent Spano and directed by MPI graduate Tom Zambeck. These graduates all began their careers by enrolling in the Motion Picture Production Program.
Our aim at MPI is to offer our students a training ground that stays current with technological advances. Our hands-on production curriculum continues to stress technique over theory while our creative curriculum challenges their imaginations. Most important, we give our students a supportive environment with personalized attention where they can explore their interests.