Proper development can make or break your chances of raising funds, finding a recognizable cast, getting the best crew and equipment necessary, and finding distribution. Proper development is crucial to success.
Attendees from the Breaking Down a Script class will take their breakdowns and learn to schedule efficiently, as well as effectively. You’ll learn what to look for and how to create a solid schedule from which to budget.
Whether you’re looking to rent your home or business, rent your equipment / furniture / clothing / musical instruments, etc., or provide a service to those in the film business, this workshop will explain what to look for in contracts, what insurance paperwork you should require, and what to expect in general in this 24 hours a day, 7 day a week service industry.
This program is geared toward the smaller Georgia-based financier, who may not have solid experience investing in film projects or a strong understanding of how the business works. Someone with a financial investment between $10,000 and $250,000 is the ideal participant. This class is meant to arm the investor with information to help mitigate risk.
The Screenwriting Series is online course that is ideal for writers new to the art and craft of screenwriting. Registrants will have the opportunity to dive-in Hollywood style with a four-week collaborative class.
Zombies, mermaids, villains, goblins and more! The world of special effects makeup can drastically transform your visual story. Join us as industry professionals walk us through a SPX Makeup demo and photoshoot!
This class will walk you through the basic content necessary to create a proper plan for your film from team bios and your dream cast to your top sheet budget and distribution plan.
Attendees from the Atlanta Film Festival may recognize Michael Lucker as one of the mentors of the Screenwriter's Retreat, where three winners from the ATLFF Screenplay Competition spent three days at Serenbe, polishing their scripts with screenwriting experts.