Looking for feedback on your latest project? Whether it's a rough cut that you want to perfect, or a completed film you want to learn from, Monthly Movie Meeting is for you.
A monthly educational opportunity for local amateur and professional filmmakers in the greater Phoenix area. These meetings are designed to improve filmmaking skills by allowing filmmakers the opportunity to have work they have produced or are in the stages of producing screened in front of a peer audience and receive constructive, immediate feedback.
Participants should bring with them a short film or a scene from a work on any topic and be ready to engage in interactive Q&A session following the screening of their work. Don't have any work to screen? You should still come, participate, and help give feedback to other filmmakers.
These meetings are ideal for:
• Filmmakers currently in the rough cut stage of their production seeking input on technical aspects for their final version.
• Filmmakers seeking critiques of previous work in order to apply lessons to subsequent productions.
• Any beginning filmmaker interested in learning how the important core aspects of filmmaking are applied and improved upon.
If you wish to screen, we do prefer you sign up here: http://www.ifpphx.org/create/monthly-movie-meeting/monthly-movie-meeting-registration
In the case of more films then time, screenings will be determined by a random drawing with preference given to paid members of IFP/PHX.
Grand Canyon University (GCU), 3300 W Camelback Rd, Phoenix, AZ
The monthly event is hosted by IFP Education Director Matt Connolly.