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2019.08.12


Making & Promoting Your Short Film LA

$59.00


Availability:
 In-person, Online, VOD

Duration: Single evening
Dates:
August 12, 2019
Time: 
6:00 PM – 8:00 PM PST 

Address: Rough Diamond Productions, 1424 North Kings Road, West Hollywood, CA 90069

Regular Price: $59

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Description

MAKE THAT SHORT!

 

Short films are very good ways to gain experience in the movie making process. Whether you have a short film idea and want to get started or want to know what steps to take once you have an idea, this info-packed seminar is for you. Learn how to develop your idea, find a crew, make a short film, and get people to watch it!

  • Developing a short film
  • Expected duration
  • Casting names
  • Finding the crew
  • Financing options
  • Showcasing a writer or director
  • Film festival strategy
  • Marketing strategy
  • Adapting shorts into features
  • Possible distribution venues

 


WHO SHOULD ATTEND?

Writers, directors, producers, actors, filmmakers, cinema lovers, anyone with an interest in how short films are made and promoted successfully.

 


THE INSTRUCTOR

KIMBERLEY BROWNING

Kimberley Browning is a filmmaker and film festival professional based in Los Angeles.  She is the founder and festival director of Hollywood Shorts, a short film screening series and Emerging Filmmakers Program, currently in it’s 19th year.  Kimberley is an Associate Short Film Programmer at the Tribeca Film Festival, and she was on the short film programming team at the Los Angeles Film Festival 2013-2014.  Kimberley is also the producer of the 2016 HBO ACCESS Directors Fellowship productions, showcasing new diverse talent in television directing.

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ONLINE | VOD ATTENDANCE

Do you want attend the first class in person and online on other weeks? Or, do you want to attend online on some weeks and watch other weeks on VOD?  You have the freedom to attend this course in person, online, or by watching it on VOD without making any prior selection. 

LIVE ONLINE: Every attendee gets an email invitation for the online classroom 30 minutes before class start times. All you need to do is to click the link provided in that email and watch the class on your computer’s web browser without needing to download any special software. If you are attending on your smart phone or tablet, check out our full Online Courses FAQ.

VOD: Video on Demand is a great option if you want to repeat what you learned in the class or you didn’t have time to attend the class in person or online. Each attendee gets a Vimeo link 24-48 hours after the class.