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No Budget Film School's New One Day Course August 29th

Thompson on Hollywood By Sophia Savage | Thompson on Hollywood August 24, 2010 at 12:58PM

On August 29th, a new No Budget Film School class will be held in two parts: "Mastering Film Grammar," (how to express your story) and "From Script to Screen" (how a script becomes a film) . Both the morning and afternoon session will be taught by screenwriter/director Tom Provost (Under Suspicion) with the intention of teaching how to make the best possible film on any size budget.
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Thompson on Hollywood

On August 29th, a new No Budget Film School class will be held in two parts: "Mastering Film Grammar," (how to express your story) and "From Script to Screen" (how a script becomes a film) . Both the morning and afternoon session will be taught by screenwriter/director Tom Provost (Under Suspicion) with the intention of teaching how to make the best possible film on any size budget.

Tickets/Info:
No Budget Film School presents "Cinema Language"
Sunday, August 29, 2010: 9am-6pm
Raleigh Studios - Chaplin Theater

This article is related to: Independents, On the Town, Production


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