1 South Avenue
Garden City, NY 11530
10:00 a.m. Saturday, April 13, 2013
Movies | Film
Film schools and acting schools provide valuable tools and help fine-tune skills. However, that's not enough. The real world is filled with unforeseen obstacles that can hurt and possibly even deep-six an independent film project or acting career. Filmmaker Glenn Andreiev (The Make Believers, The Deed To Hell) has spent over 25 years dealing with the film industry's real world and making it work in his favor. This three hour class provides an informative, fun, one-of-a-kind look into how you get the most for your independent film. Learn how to deal with a disagreeable cast or crew member, make an ultra low budget work, deal with technical disasters, and much more! Glenn Andreiev is a graduate of New York's School Of Visual Arts, and a Long Island based independent film-maker. His films include Mad Wolf, Sharp and Sudden, The Deed To Hell and The Make-Believers. His upcoming film is Spies And Ghosts. His work has been featured on CNN, Court TV, and Netflix. He writes film articles for filmsinreview.com, examiner.com and The Village Connection.He has been teaching film making classes at the Cinema Arts Centre for the past fifteen years. He is also a contributor to Kevin Lindenmuth's new book, How To Make Movies: Low Budget/No Budget Indie Experts Tell All His website is www.huntingtonactionfilms.com The three-hour class will include interactive discussions (It's not just a lecture), film clips and take home materials.
35 - 45 USD