So you still want to make a short film—but how do you tell your story most effectively? Next up in Kathy Berardi's series of short filmmaking workshops is "It All Starts and Ends With the Story." This Saturday, September 26th, graduate from "So You Want to Make A Short Film" and take that pen by the horns.
Learn collaborative tactics to garner and embrace valuable feedback, screenwriting tips for script formatting and structure, and the key elements needed to develop characters and a plot that quickly engage your short film audience.
Berardi is a graduate of the UCLA School of Theater, Film & Television with an MFA in Screenwriting. In addition to penning eight feature-length screenplays and a drama television pilot, Berardi has also written and produced several award-winning short films with budgets ranging from less than $2,000 to hundreds of thousands of dollars. "If your next short film is one that you sincerely strive to make you get noticed as up and coming talent for Hollywood to pay attention to, I'd love nothing more than to guide you in the best and proven practices used by the industry's top professionals."
A seat in this three-hour crash course is only $50. ATLFF Members receive $10 off! Like the sound of discounts and access to year-round special screenings? Join the club.