Directing Workshop for Teens - Role of the Director

Directing Workshop for Teens - Role of the Director

Tuition (Members): 
$160
Tuition (Non-members): 
$175
Instructor: 
Jon Silver
Class Duration: 
4 hours
Making a film requires a successful collaboration between a diversity of on and off-screen talents. The director plays a key role in controlling a film's creative aspects by guiding both the actors and technical crew from pre-production all the way through to post-production. 
 
This brand new workshop designed for aspiring filmmakers ages 13-17 will introduce the main responsibilities associated with becoming a film director. Students will learn how to best utilize different on-set talents including how to work with and guide actors and all other crew members to ensure a fun and collaborative film set. Tips and guidelines for pre-production, shooting, post-production, and marketing will all be covered.
 
This course will meet on Saturday, December 1 from 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM (one-day workshop).
 

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Jon Silver is a Chicago-based Filmmaker coming from a comedy background. He is the Co-Founder of ShowPup Productions and the former Managing Director of The Annoyance Theater. Jon has worked with Second City and other theaters to produce comedy sketches, short films, web series, tv pilots, and his first feature “The Civil Hoax” was released in May of 2018.