So you've finished your film screenplay....great! But how do you get funding to make your film? Getting someone to write you a check would solve all your problems. However, investing in independent film is anything but lucrative, and getting a return on investment can be nonexistent. So how do you prepare your project to entice financial backers? Join us this EDBI as we reveal tips on how to figure it out.
Are you ready to turn that documentary concept into a completed project ready for film festival submissions and distribution in partnership with Atlanta Film Society, Homespun Series will be presenting a two-day crash course from soup to nuts on documentary filmmaking.
Managing a big budget production is no simple task. From strict budgets, tight deadlines, and multiple crew members to oversee, the variables that could sink your project are never-ending. But how do you stay within guidelines while still delivering a pristine masterpiece?
Video Editing in Premiere Pro is a deep dive into the skills needed for a successful career as an editor for films and video using Premiere Pro. This online workshop is offered by Georgia Media Workshops, and will provide 16 sessions of project-based learning to get you up to speed on all aspects of Premiere. Students will start with the basics, and move into effects, motion and titles.
Interested in learning video editing or motion graphics but don’t have the funds? The Atlanta Film Society & Georgia Media Workshop are offering special scholarships for individuals in financial need. If approved, scholarship amounts can cover up to 50% of registration costs.
In anticipation of the release of Once Upon A Time In Hollywood, the 9th film from Quentin Tarantino, The Plaza Theatre and the Atlanta Film Society will host a special retrospective series featuring the previous eight films from the writer-director.
Resurging after a decade of hiatus, the preeminent awards ceremony for the moving image in the state of Georgia, the IMAGE Film Awards Gala has recognized people who made outstanding contributions to building the state's film industry and community.