The Florida Film Works Program Series is Presented in Partnership With:
TWO UPCOMING EVENTS
Love Your Shorts Education Day:
How Filmmakers Get Their Start
Thursday, February 9, 2023 at 7:00PM. At The Wayne Densch Theater in Sanford, Florida.
Join us for the screening of several short films produced by local Independent Filmmakers. The screening will be followed by a panel of four area filmmakers who will tell their story and how they got their start in the field. The conversation continues with a live Q&A session from the audience at the end of the presentations.
FREE Registration on Film Freeway
Seven Locally Produced Short Films To be Screened
Open to the Public. Registration is not required for this event. General audience seating is not assigned or reserved; and is on a first-come, first-served basis.
Handicapped seating is available upon request.
Promoting Yourself and Your Film
Sunday, February 19, 2023 at 11:00AM. At The Enzian Theater in Maitland, Florida.
Actors and others can learn how to best promote themselves in the film industry.
Hear and interact with industry experts on how to promote yourself, your music via film as well as your overall film project.
Note the event may be videotaped. By attending, you hereby acknowledge that your likeness may be recorded and release the use of any such recordings to the producers.
The Florida Film Works! Workshop series is an educational program that also showcases new as well as seasoned filmmakers, cast, and crew members. Our programs show that Florida Film works!
There will be food and beverage available for purchase at the venue. Please arrive 30 minutes prior to start to ensure your order will be ready by the time the session begins.
Tim Anderson will speak about Film Festivals, how to promote your film via Festivals and what the judges look for so you can increase your chances of having your film selected.
Will Covington will cover how your music can be attached to a film and gain exposure.
Marco Di George will provide pointers for actors so they better promote themselves during casting calls.