Have you ever dreamed of making a film, but do not know how to start?
Have an idea for a screenplay, but do not know how to turn it into a script?
Drafted a screenplay only to let it languish at the bottom of your desk drawer?
If you have ever wished that you knew more about the film-making process, here is your chance to make your wish come true: the Film Workshop is your chance to learn about key aspects of the film-making process, including pre-production, production, and post-production, as well as to gain some hands-on experience on set and behind the camera in the company of like-minded individuals.
Come out and turn your celluloid dreams into real film footage!
The Film Workshop is a three day long, intensive studio seminar that explores various stages of film-making, including screenwriting, cinematography, and editing techniques while allowing its participants to create a short film.
Led by the experienced hand of film director and producer, Rafał Sokołowski, the workshop is open to all ages and requires no previous experience.
October 19th to the 21st, 2012, (Friday evening, and all day on Saturday and Sunday)
Liaison of Independent Filmmakers of Toronto
1137 Dupont Street, Toronto
Because making our dreams come true is easier with the guidance and support of experienced dream-makers, and in the presence of other dreamers!
REGISTRATION DEADLINE: October 15th, 2012
WORKSHOP FEE: $125.00
Enrollment is limited, so why wait? To register or for further information, please contact EKRAN at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (Your Office Number?)
Sometimes the most difficult step to take is the very first one—
Let us help you make this leap!!!
(The workshop are organised by Ekran Polish Silm Association and Blind Dog Films)