Category: Education

Indie Film Boot Camp Clip: Raising Funds and Pitching…Effectively

Posted by Anthony - October 24, 2011 - Candid Advice, Education, Fundraising, Indie Film Bootcamp, Instructional DVDs PitchingStillFrame2

  Wondering what type of practical real-world info is in the Indie Film Boot Camp 6-DVD Set?  Ask no more, here’s a sneak peek: Description: What good is a great idea if it never gets off the page? Raising money is the hardest part of filmmaking at every level, nevertheless, we all leave resources untapped [...]

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Matt Stone and Trey Parker Talk Storytelling Strategies at NYU

Posted by Anthony - October 11, 2011 - Animation, Education, Film School Matt&Trey@NYU

A few week’s back, I mentioned that South Park and Book of Mormon creators, Matt Stone and Trey Parker stopped by my workplace at NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts, to speak to a group of Freshmen students in our Storytelling Strategies class. (To be clear they stopped by the building and not by my [...]

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Documentary Interview Bootcamp Now Available on Pay-Per-View (but for a limited time only)

Posted by Anthony - September 21, 2011 - Announcements, Corporate Video, Documentary, Education, Panels and Conversations InterviewBootcampScreen2

For a limited time only, I’m BETA-testing with making some of the premium Indie Film Boot Camp 6-DVD Deluxe Set content available a la carte on a pay-per-view basis.  So instead of owning the DVD, you can “rent” it via streaming video for 72 hours. Even though it’s easily worth double the bargain price, I [...]

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Sekonic Teaches You to Use Available Light – TODAY @ 1pm E.S.T.

Posted by Anthony - July 22, 2011 - Announcements, Education, Events, Lighting Sekonic_Part1_Invite

The good people at the light meter company, Sekonic, are hosting the first of a multi-part free video webinar series today at 1pm E.S.T. on using available light for portraiture.  Specifically, on lighting using a sunlit window. There’s always more to learn when it comes to lighting and it’s free, so kind of a no-brainer.  [...]

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The NY Times Schools You to Scene Anatomy

Posted by Anthony - July 15, 2011 - Directing, Education, Filmmaking Articles AnatomyOfAScene

I generally stopped reading physical newspapers more than two years ago and instead get all my news from the online versions of the papers I like to read.  Apart from the savings, environmental and clutter issues, the best part of the online news sources is that they offer more in the way of video, photos [...]

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