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A global economy means global opportunities. Everyone from studios, to mini-studios, to big production companies and platforms are producing and shooting abroad. Why? Not only does shooting abroad help filmmakers get access to great locations, but it also allows them access to soft money, which minimizes the risk of their investors. While this might sound like something only big corporations can have access to, in reality any independent producer can tap into the same opportunities – if they have the knowledge and the right contacts.
In this interactive class, you’ll learn about different financing models: European vs. American vs. a hybrid model. You’ll also learn about different financing sources – like government and state grants, supra-country grants, tax incentives and shelters – and how they can or cannot work with each model.
The instructor for this class is Martin Rosete, a Spanish-born and Spanish Academy Award nominated filmmaker who’s lived in the US for the past 12 years. Martin will use case studies from his own experiences in filmmaking as examples, to demonstrate the how to’s, pros, and cons, of working in both Europe and the US, and what it’s like to get financing from both places.
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Steadicam® is now a commonly used tool within the film and television industry, however it requires training and practice in order to produce good results. More than just a stabilizer, as a shooting system it is able to provide an individual style to the production often greatly desired by producers and directors. Additionally, complex moving scenes...
Tuesday Dec 10th, 9am - 5pm(3 sessions)
Producing starts with an idea. The Introduction to Producing seminar is for individuals interested in the role of Producer and who would like to learn the fundamentals relating to the responsibilities involved in the production, distribution and exhibition of created content. Building the creative team, script development, research, finance,...
Saturday Dec 7th, 11am - 4pm
The one week course is an in-depth study of the filmmaking process from script to screen. With more hands-on opportunities and take-home assignments, students will gain a better understanding of critical crafts elements necessary for the success of any project. The one week introduction to filmmaking seminar is designed as a comprehensive overview...
Monday Jan 6th, 10am - 5pm(5 sessions)
For many filmmakers, the first step on the road to recognition and distribution is a successful film festival run. Learn to navigate the challenges and nuances of the ever-changing festival circuit without emptying your wallet or limiting your chances for future opportunities. Find out which film festivals are best suited for you and your film,...
Monday Dec 9th, 6:30pm - 9:30pm
Steadicam® is now a commonly used tool within the film and television industry, however it requires training and practice in order to produce good results. More than just a stabilizer, as a shooting system it is able to provide an individual style to the production often greatly desired by producers and directors. Additionally, complex moving...
Wednesday Dec 4th, 9am - 5pm(2 sessions)
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