Longtime DIY filmmaker and friend Mark Stolaroff is teaching his legendary No Budget Film School again in August in Los Angeles. If you're down there or can travel to LA, it's worth it.
Between Mark's experience and the impressive speakers he's assembled, this is just about the best way to turbo-charge your ultra-low budget filmmaking projects. Even if you can't be at the class, you should join his list, since he sends out great insightful info (he's already been a guest writer on this blog once).
No Budget Film School presents its famed two-day micro-budget filmmaking class in Los Angeles August 20 & 21, 2011. Specifically designed for no-budget filmmakers who are ready to finance their own projects, the lessons, tools, and techniques gained will maximize limited resources and minimize critical errors that can doom otherwise worthy projects. Producer Mark Stolaroff--former principal of IFC's Next Wave Films--and guest experts teach the specific methods, models and priorities unique to micro-budget filmmaking, whether the budget is $200,000 or $2,000, in this in-depth, one-of-a-kind class. Attendees will walk away with powerful ideas that they can use immediately, saving them time and money. These cutting edge techniques can NOT be found in a book, at film school, or in other film classes.
If you're through talking about being a filmmaker and ready to become one, this will be the most practical filmmaking course you will ever take.
Sign up today since spots are limited: