With over 9.5 billion dollars in economic impact for 2017, Georgia has become one of the top filming locations in the world. The economic boom has created more entertainment jobs than ever before in the peach state.
Basics of the business - development to sale, terminology, crew positions, definitions, and hierarchy. Overview of the film and television industry, including commercials, industrials, and music videos.
*This class is offered on multiple days: August 4th and December 1st
Entry level positions in all departments. Paths to different careers. How to transition from another industry. How and where to find work.
How to craft a film resume, whether you have experience or not. Mostly for crew, but we’ll touch on cast headshots and resumes as well.
This two day, bootcamp-style Production Assistant workshop is perfect for those just starting their career in the industry as well as those looking to advance their knowledge of what it takes to succeed as an office or on-set production assistant working on commercials, industrials, music videos, independent films, television series and studio features.
Introduction to all producers do, from development to distribution. Sign on for this 4 hour workshop that navigates students through introductory-level producing.
Paying someone to breakdown your script elements properly can be very expensive. If you want to be a good producer, assistant director, or production manager, it all starts with understanding this process.
Telling a visually appealing story is a labor of love. But capturing the right composition doesn’t just happen behind the camera; it’s a process that starts at pre-pro and continues well into post.