Monthly filmmaking forum presented by Indie Memphis and Crosstown Arts.
Join us as Josh Cotten, former Creative Executive for Mandalay Integrated Media and Vice President of Development for Mandalay Alliance Entertainment, hosts a seminar on what modern Hollywood looks like and how understanding its inner workings can benefit you as an independent filmmaker.
Award-winning playwright and filmmaker Katori Hall will discuss her work in theatre, including penning The Mountaintop (2010 Olivier Award for Best New Play), which ran on Broadway and starred Angela Bassett and Samuel L. Jackson. She’ll discuss how she made the transition into filmmaking with her debut short film Arkabutla, and she will examine the differences and similarities in creating original work for the stage and screen, as well as how working in each discipline can greatly assist the continuing growth of an artist.
Monthly filmmaking forum presented by Indie Memphis and Crosstown Arts. March topic: Sound Speed.
Please join us as Running Pony sound technician Nathan Reisman and Music + Arts Studio post-production audio engineer Kevin Houston lead a hands-on workshop and discussion to help you improve the sound quality of your next project.
Monthly filmmaking forum presented by Indie Memphis and Crosstown Arts
January topic: Social Justice Filmmaking
VIDEO JOURNALISM: HOW DOCUMENTARIES RAISE AWARENESS AND CREATE CHANGE
For the first Shoot & Splice of 2016, join our panelists Noah Glenn, Mark Hackett and Andrea Morales to discuss, debate and analyze the use of documentary film to convey organizational messages, video journalism, the difference between the two and how to effectively and ethically craft both.
Noah Glenn is the Creative Director and Video Artist for City Leadership. In his role at ….