Producing a Film Workshop with the Fuse Factory
Tuesday, June 8, 2010
Film Council Office (map)
1021 E Broad St, Carriage House in rear
Columbus, OH, USA 43205
Parking is free in the Red Cross parking lot.
This workshop will cover the general basics of being a producer on a short form movie project – covering: pre-pro, production and post. You will learn how to…
* turn your idea (or someone else’s) into a script
* hire a crew
* find a director
* organize the paperwork
* cope with setbacks
* build contingency plans
* everything in between.
In the end, you will have a basic knowledge on how to get a project started, keep it going, and see it through to completion.
The job of producer varies from project to project, person to person – but in all cases, a great deal of producing comes from personal experience and one’s own style of leadership. This class will show you what you, if you were a producer, could expect in any given project, and how you can take the things you already know and apply them to a movie project to make it successful.
Instructor: TJ Cooley
Date: Tuesday, June 8, 2010
Location: The Film Council of Greater Columbus
1021 East Broad St.
Columbus, Ohio 43205-1357
The Film Council’s offices are located in the carriage house in back of 1021 E Broad St. Parking is available in the Red Cross parking lot directly behind the carriage house, which can be accessed either from S.21st (the alley directly after the church) or from Madison Ave. Please park in the two rows that have the Delorean (the Back To The Future Car) and the box truck. The workshop will be held upstairs.