Create and Produce Filmmakers Workshop | April 22 2017 | 11am - 130p | Hollywood CA

Create and Produce Filmmakers Workshop

The Flight Theater at the Complex

6476 Santa Monica Blvd, Los Angeles CA 90038
April 22 2017 | 11am - 130p 
The Create and Produce Workshop offers a unique approach to taking your story from idea to screen.
A workshop for aspiring writers, producers and filmmakers, this event will also include networking where filmmakers can connect and crew up for future productions.
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11:00 - 12:00  Pitch to Production 

Everyone has a great idea or story to share, but how do you share it effectively to your audience?  Even with the best verbal pitch; your audience needs to visually see it or its just a concept.  Learn strategies to communicate your idea on paper and participate in an interactive session where attendees will create a Pitch Deck. Perfect for filmmakers looking to pitch their idea to producers or crowdfunding, attendees will receive templates and resources to create future decks and customize them per project.

12:00 - 1:00  Taking the Next Step

Networks and Online Distributors are looking for content, show them an idea of your project or concept on screen to close the deal. Learn how to produce Sizzle Reels, Webisodes and Media to use to submit to networks, crowdfunding and audiences. A crash course in producing independent projects with limited budgets to gain an audience. 

1:00 to 1:30 Build Your Crew - Networking Event

The Create and Produce Workshop is open to all aspiring Writers, Producers, Editors, Cinematographers, Colorist, Sound Engineers... Basically all walks of the film spectrum. Network with filmmakers who are hungry to create content; Bring Business Cards, Headshots, or just have your social media ready to connect with other filmmakers.

  • MJN Mario J. Novoa

    Mario J. Novoa

    Film Bliss Studios
  • DW Donre Walker

    Donre Walker


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