Topics covered: What a P.A. is. and what it isn’t Why a P.A. is important on any film set General safety on set Presented by:
The Business of Indie Filmmaking – Making the jump into the Industry. This workshop is geared towards emerging filmmakers, film students and indie short filmmakers looking to make the leap to features or series. Topics covered: Writing a script that will sell Analyzing the market Structuring a pitch Budgeting & Investors Attaching Name talent Working […]
Workshop Overview: It isn’t the editor’s job to fix things – yet writers and filmmakers do things that create a world of “fix it in post.” Learn from the experience of an editor to take a few steps in the editor’s shoes and utilize the perspective of post production throughout all of development, pre-production, and […]
With so many elements going in to every step of creating a film, what are the key points to check when rushing a project through from development to completion? In this workshop, we will cover how to make a great film on a deadline and give you an over-all understanding of the tent pole aspects […]
Join us on July 3, 2021An opportunity to meet and network with fellow filmmakers, actors, directors, composers, artists and crew members. All in a friendly social atmosphere. Reserve your spot. Registration required. Attendance limited to 100 people. Save the date. Check our Calendar Page for more details and the latest info.
The Following Fx/Make-up Topics were covered: Bruising Shading Cuts Bloods If you or someone you know would like to share their experience with other filmmakers and artists, please reach out to us. For Article Submissions, please visit the Submission Page. Thank you for caring and sharing! Workshop Series Be sure to visit our Calendar to […]
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Actress Danielle Bowman provides frank insight into how to break into acting as a career.
This Virtual Workshop was held on February 3, 2021 How to add your nominations/awards to your IMDb page -presented by Robin Hofmann (Click below for the video archive) Robin Hoffmann
Article Submitted by Jason D. Gregory, Writer/Producer So you want to be a screenwriter? Before you begin, ask yourself a few questions. Is it because you love what you see in films? What is it about the films? The camera angles or the directing? And what are the last scripts that you’ve read? It’s important […]