Friday, July 25, 2008

2008 Fall Script to Screen Class - Registration Open

FALL 2008 SCRIPT TO SCREEN
Time: Tuesdays, 6:30pm-9pm
Dates: 9/16 - 12/16 (13 Weeks)
Tuition: $600
Location: Arts and Labor Productions, 6601 Burnet Road, #400, Austin, TX
To Register: Contact Kat Candler at katcandler@gmail.com, 512.771.5863 or go to http://www.candlerproductions.com/

SCRIPT TO SCREEN CLASS DESCRIPTION:
Learn from Austin indie filmmaker, Kat Candler (cicadas, Roberta Wells, jumping off bridges) how to make a short film from writing the characters to submitting it to festivals. This lecture based and hands-on course will take you through the process of making a short film from script to screen. Learn everything you need to know from screenwriting, shooting, scheduling, marketing, sound, directing, festivals. The class will be broken into small filmmaking teams. Each team will produce a short film using digital video technology. The course will feature guest speakers from the Austin Film Community on cameras, lighting and other elements of filmmaking. Students need to have access to a digital video camera. You will need to provide your own tapes and cover any expenses incurred by the short film.

To learn more about Kat Candler visit http://www.candlerproductions.com/ or www.jumpingoffbridges.com.

"I walked into Kat's 'Script to Screen' class with a story idea, knowing I wanted to make a short film, but not knowing how to get it off the ground. I walked out of Kat's class with a finished short film that I'm now submitting to film festivals and with my next project in the planning stages. Best money I ever spent!
--Valerie Asensio, TexasFilmInteractive.com

"Kat's passion to share her skill and insight as a filmmaker is obvious from Day One. And as advertised, she was able to provide a gentle, supportive hand on the voyage from Script to Screen. She took this bohemian hodge-podge of different age groups and backgrounds and turned them all into filmmakers (poof!). I left the class with a lot of new info and a completed film, which I expected. But I also got something I did not anticipate going in, perhaps even more rewarding and valuable: new allies and mentors and collaborators to take forward onto the next project."
--Ray Seggern, 101X and The Wizards of Ads Group

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