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Producing, directing, documentary workshops Dec. 8
Nov 30th, 2007, 10:35am
 
The Canadian Screen Training Centre presents:
 
Taking it to the Screen 2007
Weekend workshops with film and television professionals
Sat. Dec. 8 and Sun. Dec. 9 in Toronto
http://www.cstc.ca/taking

 
DOCUMENTARY: THE REAL THING
WITH DEBBIE MELNYK AND RICK CAINE (Manufacturing Dissent, Citizen Black)
What makes for a good documentary? Strong concepts, a good dramatic storyline and conflict. Join the makers of Manufacturing Dissent, a controversial film about the misleading tactics used in Michael Moore's films, for an exploration of the fundamental issues that documentary filmmakers face, and the finer points of story development, financing, production and legal and ethical issues.
 
PRODUCING FOR TELEVISION
WITH ALLAN NOVAK (Punched Up, The Joe Blow Show)
Explore the nuts and bolts of television producing - pitching, financing and development - and learn how to develop a business strategy for a marketable television series. Allan Novak is the producer of several comedy, reality and lifestyle television shows, including The Comedy Network's Punched Up, The Joe Blow Show and The Joke's on Us: 50 Years of CBC Satire.
 
CREATING THE DIRECTOR'S VISION
WITH LEON MARR (Dancing in the Dark)
Go inside the mind of the director as master artist, for a fresh look at the visual techniques of filmmaking. Learn how to use storyboarding, art direction, sound, music and other tools to create a cohesive cinematic vision, with the director of the haunting film Dancing in the Dark and episodes of the TV series Forever Knight, The Hidden Room and The Hitchhiker.
 
For full workshop descriptions and registration details, visit our website:
www.cstc.ca/taking
Or call us at 1-800-742-6016
 
About the CSTC: Founded in 1981 and funded in part through Canadian Heritage and Telefilm Canada, the Canadian Screen Training Centre is Canada's first national film and television training school.  CSTC's flagship program, the Ottawa-based Summer Institute of Film and Television (SIFT), is a well-recognized leader in the training of screen professionals.
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