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A Free Film Training Event

From: Ron N.
Sent on: Wednesday, January 4, 2012 5:58 PM
January 28, 2012
At the Alexandria Police Headquarters Building in the Community Room from 12-6pm.
3600 Wheeler Avenue
Alexandria , VA. 22304
Opening Act Productions AND The Fellowship of Christian Filmmakers
The Business Side of Film-making
PART I: The first 4 hours will be not focused on Faith Matters.
12-4: The Business Side of Film-making (Send in your questions prior to the event at [address removed])
PART II: We will move into more of a faith discussion
4-6: Interviewing producers Chad and Aaron Burns of the Burns Family studios and the makers of “Pendragon: Sword of His Father” and currently in production with “Beyond the Mask”.
PART I: Learn 1st hand from local Producer’s of Opening Act Productions (Ron Newcomb) with their own film,
Getting the Right Story
Business Plans
  Forming your business
Crew (what is essential)
The Filmmaking Process
  What should I shoot on?
  Work flow (data storage)
  Social Networking
  Crowd Funding
  Section 181
What if I love acting and film-making at the same time?
Move to LA or not?
PART II: Come learn about faith in film!
Learn how you can uniquely be involved in the making of the Burn’s Family Studios next film, “Beyond the Mask”.
Who should attend?
PRODUCERS: Find out what you need to do to bringing in investors through distributing your film.
ACTORS: Find out the business side of things, and where YOU fit into the equation.
WRITERS: Find out what “indie” film-makers are looking for.
FIRST TIMERS: If your New Year’s resolution is a film in 2012 or beyond – this is a must attend for you.
We want to learn who is in the DC area that is currently making, or looking to make films.
Please RSVP as seats are limited to [address removed]. The location is approximately 14 blocks away from King St. Metro. Parking is limited out in front of the building – carpooling is suggested.

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