WEBISODES – Straight from the Sundance Film Festival 2018 -- learn about storytelling from creator of Mortified Guide Dave Nadelberg, in this informative and unique story workshop. Storytelling isn’t just a tool for writers. It’s a powerful tool for anyone– marketers, lawyers, salespeople, podcasters, CEOs and yes, filmmakers and media makers of all types– can use the MORTIFIED approach to help transform their life and work. Find out why organizations from Eventbrite to Cartoon Network turn to Mortified for insight Dave, as he shares his insights from his success across 15 years of live stage shows, podcasts, TV Series and books. A book signing hosted by Bear Pond Books will follow the Mortified workshop.
ANIMATION FOR FAMILIES BY FAMILIES -- Geared towards families with children of all ages, this hands-on workshop will explore clay and character animation, and each family will work together as a creative team to shoot their own animated short. Both adults and children will collaborate in the creation of stories that tell funny, personal and fantastic histories, using these unique. The family that clays together, stays together.
SEQUENTIAL DRAWING AND VISUAL STORYTELLING FOR TEENS
Want to create a graphic novel, or hand-drawn animation, or pursue a career as a film storyboard artist? This workshop is for students interested in drawn animation, cartooning, and graphic novels and movie storyboards. Students will develop ideas for their stories the first class, learn some key drawing techniques, then return the following weekend to refine their ideas.
FILMMAKING FOR EVERYONE – Calling all aspiring filmmakers. This is your chance --to get all those your ideas roaming your head – out onto a screen. Filmmakers will work together to create a short narrative scene and learn some of the basics of film pre-production, and film production in the process.
STORY TO SCRIPT -- Hollywood veteran screenwriter, William F. Phillips will present information on format, content, structure, characterization, dialogue and "500 ways to charm the studio reader". Then workshop participants will be encouraged to write their own scenes, either based on their own novels (published or not), magazine articles, short stories, poems or songs.
THE EVOLUTION OF A FILM SCORE—Do you aspire for your music to swell beneath the movies? This workshop gives a fascinating insight to how a film score is created. Join master music editor and film composer, Roy Prendergast, who has hundreds of film titles to his credit, as he takes us through the fascinating multiple incarnations of the score of the award-winning film, TROY. He’ll help us understand the tyranny of the temp score, and the ways that different composers can craft and create what we feel and think about what we see on screen.