Are you an ACTOR tired of auditioning?
Are you a WRITER with a script no one wants?
Are you a DIRECTOR and can’t find financing?
IF SO, THIS IS FOR YOU:
A Maverick Filmmaking Masterclass Intensive
From One of the World’s Leading Renegade Filmmakers
Watch Highlights from the Masterclass here:
Time: 10:00 am – 5:00 pm (17:00)
(with an hour break for lunch)
Learn how to make your movie start to finish:
- Screenwriting tips
- How to avoid writer’s block
- Secrets to finding the right crew
- Location scouting secrets
- Tips for overcoming obstacles
- Approaching the shoot
- Planning, Scheduling
- Editing & The Final Cut
- Finding the right perspective
- The truth about film festivals
- Marketing & Promotion
- Selling your film: what Hollywood doesn’t want you to know!
- And more!
NEXT ALL-DAY INTENSIVE: TBA
If you’d like Steve to come do a class in your area, let us know!
Email firstname.lastname@example.org with your name and contact info.
A PayPal invoice will be emailed to you.
Enrollment will be limited. Steve’s goal is to keep the group small for the ability to truly ask individual questions and interact with him! Not just listen to a lecture.
Don’t be fooled by classes that have 400 in them. Maverick filmmaking is not about lecturing but about discussing and exploring the issues that you face uniquely. Small class sizes make it all the more worthwhile!
Raindance Film Festival
Kansas City, Missouri
Previous Attendees On What To Expect:
“Steve covers a lot of ground in just one day, but worth every minute.”
“A whole lot of information which is useful, understandable, inspiring and motivational. Transferable skills and a lot of generosity from Steve as a teacher.”
“To come away inspired and have your eyes opened to being more proactive in your career.”
“A thorough dissection of the process of making an independent film.”
“That they will enjoy the insights of a director willing to share his finely crafted tools. That they will be given a thorough overview of the process of getting an indie film made from pre to post production. That the class will feel like a warm hug. And that they will leave feeling they have greater autonomy and personal power than they thought.”