Tomorrow, October 3rd, Linda Burns offers a coveted course on the basics of indie production. Take your relationship with your project to the next level and reserve a space today! ATLFF members save $30 (20%)!
On Saturday, October 17th, frequent ATLFF collaborator and long-time Atlanta producer Linda Burns will teach two classes guaranteed to help you kick-start your film career—Intro to the Film Business and Creating a Proper Film Resume. ATLFF members save 20%!
Interested in the growing Georgia film industry, but don't know where to start or fit in? This class walks you through the basic duties, responsibilities, and hierarchy of each department working on a film set.
A lot of screenwriting teachers claim to teach what you need to make it in the movie biz— but how many of them have actually done it? At Screenwriter School, Michael Lucker will teach you how to go from first idea to first sale—the way only an experienced screenwriter can do it.
Wonder why you send in your resume but don’t get a call? Is your film resume structured correctly or is it in corporate form? If you have film credits, this class helps you properly organize them into the traditional structure.
This two day, bootcamp-style Production Assistant workshop is perfect for those just starting their career as a PA as well as those looking to advance their knowledge of what it takes to succeed in the industry.
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Atlanta Film Festival
The 39th annual Atlanta Film Festival takes place March 20-29, 2015. Showcasing diverse feature and short films and connecting audiences to filmmakers from around the world.