Film Training - How to be a Producer: Budgeting & Scheduling

From: Ron N.
Sent on: Thursday, February 25, 2010 2:57 PM
How would you like to be able to immediately put something that matters down on your resume?
Theindustry standard for Scheduling and Budgeting is Movie Magic. 
We will be spending a day on each, so that by the end of the seminar you will at least have a working knowledge. 
We are also looking into group discounts on the software.
Opening Act Film Forum Presents:
"Anatomy of Production: Movie Magic Scheduling & Budgeting"
Opening Act Film Forum and Golden Adler Productions Present:

A Nuts & Bolts/Hands On Two Day Concentrated Workshop Focusing on the Essentials
Providing The Necessary Knowledge To Diminish Disaster!
This is a Workshop of the Utmost Importance!!! 
Day 1 You Will Learn:
��������������������­��������������������­��������������������­ How to Read and Re-Write a Script for Production
��������������������­��������������������­��������������������­ How to Breakdown A Script for Effective Scheduling & Realistic Shooting
��������������������­��������������������­��������������������­ How To Use MovieMagic Scheduling, The Industry Standard
��������������������­��������������������­��������������������­ Inside Tips on Scheduling Based on Years of Experience
��������������������­���� ��������������������­������ Day 2 You Will Learn:
��������������������­��������������������­��������������������­ How to Budget Your Film
��������������������­��������������������­��������������������­ How to Research and Evaluate Cost Factors
��������������������­��������������������­��������������������­ The Relationship Between Creative Decisions and Economic Consequences
��������������������­��������������������­��������������������­ How to Use MovieMagic Budgeting, The Industry Standard
��������������������­��������������������­��������������������­ Inside Tips on Budgeting From He Who Has Been There
��������������������­��������������������­��������������������­ And More...
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Presented by industry expert and survivor Ken Golden
www.KenGolden.org
During a career that spans over 30 years, he has worked as 
Production Manager, Associate Producer, Line Producer and AD 
on numerous theatrical feature films as well as films 
for television and for producers/directors including:
John Schlesinger (Honky Tonk Freeway),
Louis Malle (Atlantic City and Alamo Bay),
Mel Brooks (84 Charing Cross Road) 
and Ivan Reitman (Ghost Busters II). 
When and Where:
Saturday, March 6 and Sunday, Mar 7, 2010 ��� from 10am to 4pm,
March 6 ��� From 9am to 10am Registration & Introductions
March 6 & 7 - Followed by continued N & N (Networking and Noshing) 
with other local producers and Ken Golden after each session

Location:Oakwood of Falls Church
501 N. Roosevelt Blvd.
Falls Church, VA. [masked]
COST:
To maintain a good teacher to student ratio
Seating is limited
* Attended a previous Film Forum Workshop? *
* Want to attend as a group? *
-- E-mail Ron for a 10% discount! -- 
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Before February 22, 2010
Big Discount !
$200 per person
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After February 22, 2010
Some Discount !
$225 per person
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At the Event
No Discount !
$250 per person
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Special Discounts Available for Groups or for those who can help us 
in getting the word out
For More Information Contact: Ron Newcomb[masked] or [address removed]



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