Seattle Office of Film + Music

April 15, 2011, 9:38 am
Filed under: Film

Pickford Cinema
Sometimes the best and most creative filmmaking decisions are made because of limited financial and logistical resources. Particularly in the micro-budget film world, where getting the best bang for your buck is key to making a successful film. During the NW Projections Film Festival Workshop, Jennifer Roth, executive/line producer of the award-winning feature, Black Swan, will lead a two-hour master class on film production that delves deeply into the importance of preserving a director’s vision as a producer. She will discuss the positive side of having limited resources and how to tell the best possible story when making budgetary choices. Roth will also take you through the budgeting and scheduling processes, discuss hiring crew, the finer points of scouting locations and break down why movies now have so many producers-and what they all do. The NW Projections Film Festival Workshop will be held at the Pickford Film Center this Saturday, April 16, at 10:00 AM. As always, you can check out the link above for further info and tickets to the event.

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