Breaking Down Scripts, Budgeting & Scheduling.
Relatively speaking, making the film is easy. Let’s talk about Funding and Distribution.
(“The $ Shot”)
Writing effective Investment Proposals & Pro Producer Agreements.
“Close Up On...”
What film schools don’t teach and even experienced filmmakers don’t know about: Standard and Pro-Producer Distribution Deals (Yes, there is such a thing.)
“Changing Lens For Wide Shot.”
*$50 Course includes: Dinner & Beverages, “Working Meal,” and Gift Bag with hundreds of $ worth of useful filmmaking tools and information. Most importantly, engage in an invaluable and informative discussion that will change your approach to filmmaking with industry insiders with years of experience as a “Coming In Hot!” Producer, Producer’s Rep, Unit Production Manager, Line Producer, Auditor and Financial & Distribution Consultant. Part of the proceeds goes towards UN Sponsored Charity for which attendees will receive literature and a signed poster from renowned Artist.
*Discount for NATAS members: $25
Must be a member in good-standing to attend at the NATAS member rate.
*We will wave the $50 initiation fee for all Media Professionals who join NATAS to attend this event.
National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences discounted membership.
Additional gifts for new and current members.
“One More Time For Safety!”
Member benefits: www.nyemmys.org
Don’t have your people call our people. No meeting about a meeting.
Listen, ask direct questions and get straight answers.
“That’s a Wrap!”
Tuesday, August 25, 2009 ~ Crew Call at 6:00 PM “A Hard 6 PM Call.”
Set: The New York Chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences
Location: 1375 Broadway (between 37th and 38th Streets), Suite 2103, New York, NY 10018 ~ Ph 212-459-3630
Sponsored by: NY NATAS, Showbiz Software, SAG, PGA East, NY 411 and others.
ADMISSION FEE PAYABLE AT DOOR BY CASH ONLY.