Is there a story you want the whole world to know, but aren't sure how to do it? Maybe you have a social cause that needs more attention?
Learn how to make a documentary film and you can get your message to the masses.
But documentary filmmaking sounds like something that takes years of training and requires lots of expensive, technical equipment, right? And you might think, “I’m not all that “Hollywood.”
Our two-day seminar provides you with an interactive, relaxed environment that encourages you to reach your goals. Through practical tips, hands on experience with filmmaking/editing gear and video examples, you will feel empowered and confident that you can go out the next day and get started on your project. And don't think after the seminar is over that you are on your own. Our instructor is available for quick one off e-mail questions and hour long consult sessions long after the event is over to refresh your memory, give advice and help guide you through your process.
After all, what we want you to do is have an idea, grab a camera and make a doc. And if you aren't completely satisfied we will return your money. No strings attached.
January 23-24, 2010 10A-6P - Saturday & Sunday
East Bay Media Center
1939 Addison Street, Berkeley, CA 94704
BART accessible, 1 block from Berkeley Downdown station
Price $399. Discounts for students and organizations. Walk-ins welcome, but NO discounts will be accepted or honored for walk-ins.
To register or for more information go to www.script-tonic.com or call 310-941-2168.
9032 Hargis Street
Los Angeles, CA 90034
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