This week we welcomed six students from all walks of life to take part in the Making the Short Film workshop.
We spent three nights during the week getting to know one another, learning about scripts, getting familiar with the basics of filming, working with actors; all in preparation for Saturday when each of the students will take part in the entire process of filming a short film.
We wanted to share a few photos to give you a behind the scene look at our weekday evening classes.
On the next post we’ll share some photos from the shooting day so stay tuned!
UPDATE: Click on the link below for Part 2 of Making the Short Film – Behind the Scenes!
If you’re an aspiring film director that would like to learn about the secrets of becoming a successful film director, you do not want to miss our “Art of Film Directing” taught by award-wining director Eric McEver, who just recently won Best Sci Fi film with his film “Paleonaut” at The 14th Holly Shorts Film Festival in Hollywood!
Trailer to “Paleonaut” below:
Finally, if you have been interested in the “Screenwriting for Beginners” 5-week course but for whatever reason your schedule didn’t allow you the chance to enroll in the weeknight course, we bring to you a weekend version of this workshop in September! On September 15th (Sat) an September 16th (Sun), award-winning screenwriter Matt Allen will give you the run down on everything you need to know about becoming a screenwriter. Details about the weekend “Screenwriting for Beginners” course can be found here. Also check out our previous blog where we interviewed Matt.