Seminars
Regularly scheduled seminars for professionals and students are presented around the state throughout the year. These 1 and 2-day workshops range from professional development for current industry professionals, to television and film basics for college students and those new to the profession who want to go to the next level.

Past seminars led by nationally known experts included: Final Cut Pro editing, screenwriting, lift safety, marketing and distribution, casting, and more.

2020-21 Schedule

Date, topics, and presenters subject to change.
 

UPCOMING WORKSHOPS

INSIDE FILM & TV DEVELOPMENT: FROM LANDING AN AGENT TO LANDING DISTRIBUTION

Presented by Steve Muller & Kip Konwiser
Held Virtually Via Zoom Webinar
Saturday, Nov. 7th, 2020
11am ET (approx. 4 hours)

Super Agent Steve Muller (Innovative Artists Agency, head of Talent & Comedy) kicks off the workshop sharing his experience as a working Agent, with unique, specific insights on how talent is discovered, packaged and marketed.

Primetime-Emmy-Award-winning producer Kip Konwiser will then cover in detail and illuminate the process of development, financing, production and distribution of today’s movies, television and live events.

The webinar is free and open to the pubic. Registration is required. Click here to register.



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Keep an eye out for updates and announcements on next year’s contest on our web page or by signing up for our email list to receive updates and registration links for future seminars.

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