Free Professional Development Workshops Sponsored by 4Culture
Location: Roy Street Coffee & Tea
October 6th, 6:30pm – 8:00pm in PDT
Seattle Latino Film Festival
September 1, 2015, 6:30PM
Join TheFilmSchool on September 1st with Basil Shadid who will speak about Community Powered Filmmaking .
Independent filmmaking is always easier if there’s a community behind your project. Whether that community is the niche audience that your story is built from or it’s the group of filmmaking friends who come together with a shared interest in filmmaking, community powered filmmaking is the main way to bring your budget down, connect with your audience, and build a successful film. This is important in fiction as well as non-fiction filmmaking.
Basil Shadid is a Seattle-based producer and writer who uses community powered filmmaking to create successful films including the micro-budget indie films Heart Breaks Open and R/Evolve, and the currently touring documentary Drag Becomes Him. These small films have played to sold out theaters, played at festivals around the world, and have accumulated dedicated audiences who continue to promote the work.
Get more info on our Facebook | The FilmSchool page.
June 2, 2015, 6:30PM
Warren Etheredge is the founder of TheWarrenReport, an influential film industry tip sheet and film fan club dedicated to the empowering notion that “smarter audiences make better movies!” Etheredge is president and head of development for Lockspring Pictures and served for six years as curator of Bumbershoot’s 1 Reel Film Festival, the nation’s best-attended celebration of short cinema. He has written and directed more than 40 plays off- and off-off-Broadway, penned five books and several short films, and written countless magazine articles on film and related topics. Warren is currently hosting the show, THE HIGH BAR.
May 5, 2015
Stacy Adams | Spirit of the Note
Stacy Adams is a Senior Television Executive with 15 years of both Network and Studio experience. Stacy has 10 years experience producing at CBS where she managed the creative direction of drama and comedy series CSI, CSI Miami, The Big Bang Theory and Flashpoint.