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No Budget Film School Returns This August

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by Sophia Savage
June 19, 2012 4:45 PM
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Mark Stolaroff's nuts-and-bolts No Budget Film School class, "The Art & Science of No-Budget Filmmaking," is returning August 4-5 at Los Angeles' Raleigh Studios.

"If you've been dreaming about making your own feature and want to turn that dream into a reality, these classes are not to be missed," promises Stolaroff.

This round's speakers include hybrid distribution advocate Peter Broderick; Jacob Rosenberg, Chief Technology Officer of Bandito Brothers (digital feature "Act Of Valor"), will cover no-budget post-production; and writer/director Michael Mohan will discuss making the micro-budget Sundance entries "One Too Many Mornings" and "Save The Date").

More details can be found here. Stolaroff is also presenting Tom Provost's "Cinema Language: The Art of Storytelling" August 11-12.

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  • Mark Stolaroff | June 19, 2012 5:09 PMReply

    Thanks, IndieWire, for the shout-out. One correction: Tom's Cinema Language class is Aug. 11-12.

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