KeyFrame 23 will be held from 13-17 April in Malta
We’re super excited to be heading to Malta in April 2023!
KeyFrame is an interactive and creative video conference, created to boost attendees’ knowledge and skills in filming, editing and running their own video production business.
KeyFrame offers the perfect creative, practical and business programme to help you up your video game whilst exploring the stunning islands of Malta.
Whether you’re brand new to video or a seasoned expert creator, KeyFrame will have practical and classroom sessions for you to learn both the creative and business side of being a videographer.
The first two days of KeyFrame 23 will include activities, experiences with some workshops in practical settings, learning various skills while shooting around the incredible locations Malta has to offer. You’ll learn everything from drone skills to sound on location, presenting to camera to shooting for TikTok.
The third and fourth days are where you’ll be learning the technical and business side of being a content creator, with workshops in and talks in classroom settings. There will be classes topics such as editing in Premier Pro, monetising on YouTube, SEO for video, running TikTok partnerships and much more.
Full details of format and schedule will be announced in the run up to KeyFrame.
We love to take our main events to amazing and different locations, and they don’t come much more different than Malta.
The island(s) have amazing coastlines, perfect for hiking, diving and sailing. The ancient cities, such as Valetta and Mdina, have some of the most incredible architecture in Europe, which you may recognise much of it them from being Kings Landing in Game of Thrones. There are also caves, vineyards, markets and so much more.
The KeyFrame 23 Venue
The conference will take place at The Malta Marriott Hotel and Spa, located metres from Balluta beach, alongside a tranquil seafront promenade within the bustling, cosmopolitan St. Julian’s town and a 20-minute drive from Valletta, a European capital of culture city.
Malta has been on our wish list as a venue for KeyFrame for years as there are countless amazing locations for filming pretty much any kind of video.
It’s also a simple flight from many European airports, including several direct flights from London for under £100 return.
Paul is co-founder/director at Traverse and also a long term travel blogger at www.travmonkey.com. His new project is all about learning to surf and leave the stresses of the city behind at www.surfandunwind.com as well as his new project finding hotels close to events your attending at findhotelsfor.com.