New on the Event Calendar: the filmmaker’s intensive

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I just mentioned the upcoming live interview with Jem Schofield and in that post mentioned he has some new training coming up in June… well, if you act now and sign up by the end of the day May 31st, you can get $500 off! It is called “the filmmaker's intensive – the art and science of telling stories.” This sounds like it will be ideal for someone who's wanting to get involved in filmmaking. There will only be 30 people and 8 instructors so there's a lot of personal attention as well as hands on. The first week will be the basics (including shooting with HDSLRs) and working on documentaries. The second week will be directing a movie – including actors. Watch Jem's video below for more info as well as visiting their site.

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the filmmaker's intensive

Two intense weeks that will allow you to work with actors, develop scripts, direct & learn how to harness new technology (HD-DSLR cameras), to make both documentary and narrative films. From day one, you will hit the ground running! We have put together one of the most rigorous learning experiences of your life. You will be in classes nine hours each day, six days each week. Outside of classes you will be writing, rehearsing, producing, shooting, editing and screening both a documentary feature film concept and a short narrative film!

Not only will you be mastering the art of filmmaking from the technical side, you will be learning about acting and how to work with actors in ways very few directors ever have the opportunity to experience. You will get “inside the skin” of the craft of acting as you work along side the Actors, Professors and heads of Acting Departments who are coming from around the world to work with Larry Silverberg in his renowned summer acting training institute. To learn more about this parallel program that will be occurring along side The Filmmaker's Intensive, please click here.


Register by May 31st and we will reduce the program fee by $500.00!

(Photo credit: snap from the video)


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