P2159 instead of P4319 for a 1-day Film and Television Producing Workshop at IAFT
- Taught by Richard Hearsey, a producer for 25 years who has worked with BBC, Mark Goodson, Fremantle, CBS and Reg Grundy Productions to name a few
- Open to experienced and aspiring TV and Film producers
- The International Academy of Film and Television is like Hollywood in Asia
- Groupon is valid on June 17, 2011
- Limit 1 Groupon per person
- Class start from 9:00am - 12:00nn and 1:00pm - 4:00pm
- For inquiries, call +63.917.631.2103
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Being a filmmaker requires similar skills to
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with today’s Sweet Deal: P2159 instead of P4319 for a 1-day Film and Television Producing Workshop at the International Academy of Film and Television.
The experienced instructors of International Academy of Film & Television (IAFT) lead intimate classes which aims to break the typical notion of “producers are the guys who shell out the cash” by teaching them how to produce TV shows and films. The training will introduce students to the world of a producer in both big screen and 12” LCD flat screen format. Participants will get exposed to a wide spectrum of production management tasks and techniques such as breaking down a script, creating a budget, and scheduling a shoot.
They will also study the different species of producers, such as the typical one, Producerio Traditionalis, as well as the emerging hybrid producer positions which involve numerous multi-tasking hands and heads. As practice, producer wannabes will be given situationers and problems to solve amongst themselves which closely resemble the common problems any production would face. It is up to these aspiring Jerry Bruckheimers to decide the fate of the cast and crew as the potentiality to be nominated for the film fest awards or the next best comedic viral video rests upon their shoulders. As they rack their brains for a decision, they will be allowed to view short films and television excerpts for inspiration. Trainees end the day by reviewing scenes from a previously produced feature script.
The IAFT offers courses offers courses that combine theory and application under the expert auspices of leading Hollywood filmmakers serving as faculty mentors. For this Sweet Deal, newbie producers will learn from the expert, Richard Hearsey who has had at least 25 years of experience in production and has worked with top presenters on a wide variety of programming. His experience ranges from news and current affairs to light entertainment and documentaries, having worked for numerous notable companies. Located in the heart of Mactan Island, the tropical waterfront campus houses state-of-the-art facilities for both filming and post-production which allow neophytes to germinate blueprints for longer theatrical pieces. IAFT highlights their mastery of the visual arts with lessons on producing, story pitching, creative shot sequences, and provides necessary gear for continued shooting and finally weaving it all together before the premiere.