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.
Writing a script that will sell
Analyzing the market
Structuring a pitch
Budgeting & Investors
Attaching Name talent
Working with Unions
Making a movie that makes business sense
The Organization of Independent Filmmakers invites you to attend this exciting Workshop! Our guest host for this workshop is Matthew Manyak. Add block
Matthew is a full-time self-employed filmmaker, as well as a Marketing Specialist. Matthew is an award-winning filmmaker of 25 shorts, 3 series, 4 features and has written 14 screenplays so far in his career. He is looking forward to sharing with you what he wished he knew when he first started making films.
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This is an archived workshop page. Workshop #3 in this series. (Previous live Workshops were not recorded).
How to Light Your Scene for Mood
Virtual workshop was held on August 12, 2020 at 8:00pm.
The Filmmaker Workshop Series This Workshop is Hosted by
Trent Duncan is an award winning Filmmaker and Navy Veteran. Graduating from Valencia’s Film Program in 2002, Trent has spent many years becoming very diverse in all the fundamental aspects of filmmaking.
Trent has held many production roles on various short and feature length films in addition to teaching filmmaking at two accredited institutions. Versed in the scifi and horror genres, Trent’s Epic Horror Battles on Youtube have tallied over 40 million views and almost 200,000 subscribers.
Although Trent enjoys the many aspects of film production, much of his passion lies in Cinematography and Lighting.
Trent brings his years of on-set and on-the-couch movie going experience to this OIF workshop.
In the workshop, Trent will talk about the various tips, tricks, and professional ways to light your next movie scenes and achieve the desired mood you are looking for.
The Q&A session has been removed for brevity and to respect the privacy of the workshop’s participants.