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ZFLM-1016 Intensive Film Crew Training Workshop

0 CEU’s

Program is designed to prepare future film and media technicians and crew members for entry-level positions. Program developed with the help of the Greater Cleveland Film Commission and IATSE Local 209. The course provides a unique opportunity to learn directly from professionals successfully working on Cleveland feature film and commercial sets.

Contact hours: 150

Not financial aid eligible.

ZFLM-1019 Production Assistant (PA) Workshop

0 CEU’s

This workshop is to help participants learn how to become a valuable production assistant in any department in the movie industry. These workshops will consist of two 6 hour days for a total of 12 hours of hands on instruction. Participants can expect to learn: • The role and hierarchy of each film department • The role of a PA within those departments. • Set terminology • Set etiquette • Walkie-Talkie etiquette • How to read sides and a call sheet • How to do a basic set lock up. • Spotting potential set hazard and what to do. • How to compose a resume for the film industry that will get you an interview.

Contact hours: 12

Not financial aid eligible.

ZFLM-1020 Find Your Voice: Voice Acting

0 Contact Hours

The focus of this workshop is on voice over technique and execution. Your first day of class we will focus on your breathing capacity and how to expand it. Each week, your class work recordings are saved and uploaded to a storage website, and are emailed to you for your review. While class is in session, all recording equipment and most copy will be provided. After 3 weeks, you'll be selecting your own, free copy on a site with over 5,000scripts, categorized by genre.

Contact hours: 16

Not financial aid eligible.

ZFLM-1023 Acting and Auditioning for the Camera

0 Contact Hours

Cleveland has become a legitimate film production destination in the last decade, and is poised to be an even bigger player in the years to come. Those who are serious about pursuing acting as a career need to obtain not only proficiency in their craft, but a working knowledge of film sets and the film industry. Acting and Auditioning for Camera is led by veteran Hollywood actor/writer/producer James Madio. In this workshop students will learn how to choose proper auditioning materials, development of characters, monologue performance, the importance of scene work and the essentials of auditioning. After six weeks, actors will finish the class with an audition in front of James Madio and local casting director, Lillian Pyles, a member of the Casting Society of America. Students will receive a professionally recorded and edited digital copy of their final audition that can be used for industry submission. NOTE: Final hour-long audition will be scheduled on Saturday or Sunday August 4 and 5, 2018. Fee: $475 – Includes digital recording of audition

Contact hours: 33

Not financial aid eligible.