San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
From script to screen - how to develop and complete your low budget feature
Tuesday 17 March 2pm - 5.30pm
followed by networking drinks
The Courthouse Hotel
19-21 Great Marlborough St, London W1F 7HL
Do you work in production and want to know more about micro-budget budget filmmaking?
This masterclass will combine a mix of creative and practical advice for low budget production, focusing on all elements of the filmmaking process.
It will be run by filmmakers and production professionals who have a wealth of experience working across all budgets, particularly in the micro budget sector.
The masterclass will show you how to:
- Develop your script in line with manageable budget levels
- Maintain a commitment to story and character
- Finance your feature, keep it on budget and learn cost-cutting tricks from the experts
- Deliver a film which looks more expensive than it was to make
- Understand the importance of the audience from the outset
- Optimise the commercial potential of your micro-budget film and work with your sales team to maximise the potential for profit
- Ensure your film reaches an audience
- Alex Boden - Producer (The Holding)
- Caroline Couret-Delegue - Head of sales and acquisitions, Metrodome International (The Four Warriors)
Clare Cahill - Production AD & production manager (Art Ache, Turtle and the Sea)
- Lucy Drake - Affordable production accounting model for microbudgets (Dartmoor Killing)
- Paula Crickard - Producer & post production supervisor (Winter, Having You)
- Steve Joberns - Auditor UK tax relief
- Film London Microwave
The masterclass will be followed by networking drinks.
Places are limited and strictly allocated on a first come, first served basis. Please book your place above.
When & Where
The Production Guild of Great Britain
Based at Pinewood Studios, The Production Guild represents the professional interests of senior film and TV production professionals both within the United Kingdom as well as overseas.
The Production Guild is one of the leading film and television industry bodies to provide recognised training courses and seminars, many of which are open to non-members and the wider industry.
The Production Guild also constantly works closely with a wide range of other industry bodies and provides strong support to its membership, taking an active role in negotiations for new industry legislation and agreements and keeping in regular contact with production companies, broadcasters and major US studios regarding the professional availability of its members.
For further information visit www.productionguild.com