Monday, September 10, 2007

Digital Filmmaking Workshops set for November

Digital Filmmaking Workshops announce November 2007 schedule

All-day seminars focusing on Independent Film Production return to the Manchester Community Access Media (MCAM) Studios in Manchester, NH.

The Digital Filmmaking Workshops announces its fall schedule of extensive all-day seminars on Independent Film Production, held again at Manchester Community Access Media, 540 Commercial St. in Manchester, N.H. The schedule is as follows:

November 3-4, 2007, 9 a.m.-5 p.m.
Producing, Marketing, and Screening Your Digital Film

November 10, 2007, 9 a.m.-5 p.m.
Advanced Field Production: Creating A Great Scene

November 17, 2007, 9 a.m.-5 p.m.
Advanced Post Production: Editing & DVD Authoring

The DFW was founded by Bill Millios of Back Lot Films & Marc Vadeboncoeur of Goodheart Media Services with a philosophy towards instructing students how they can achieve their goals with a ‘no-nonsense do-it-yourself’ approach. Their feature-length films include the regionally shot and distributed Old Man Dogs, Dangerous Crosswinds and the upcoming Death & Glory.

Attendees will receive valuable insight into the creative, technical, and marketing strategies essential for filmmaking. Small class size, practical demonstrations, and a wide range of topics will give students the opportunity to expand their knowledge and put it to immediate use. Testimonials from past workshops have been posted on the www.digitalfilmmakingworkshops.com website.

Registration for the two-day seminar is $347 and both Advanced Workshops are priced at $197. Seats for these popular workshops fill up fast, so be sure to register early. Registrations received by October 15, 2007 will get 15% off the standard workshop fee. In addition, attendees will receive complimentary copies of the Digital Filmmaking Workshops Handbook, a DVD of Dangerous Crosswinds and the Discmakers Ultimate Guide to Releasing Your Film on DVD. For more information please call Marc Vadeboncoeur at Goodheart Media Services at 603-206-4364 or visit www.digitalfilmmakingworkshops.com.