Date and Time
Mon, Nov 16
6:00 PM - 9:30 PM CST
$25 | AFS MEMBER | $30 REGULAR PRICE
ONLINE - VIDEO CONFERENCE LINK EMAILED OUT
VIDEO LINK WILL BE EMAILED OUT TO REGISTRANTS BY 4PM ON NOV. 16TH
This is a 3.5-hour, online course to help turn your film from just an idea to a list of action items and deadlines. Geared towards narrative filmmaking, this class offers tools applicable to planning shoots for live events, documentaries, and music videos. Whether you have never attempted to make a video before or whether you are brushing up on how you made your last production, this class is a great guide on what to plan and consider as you gear up to film your idea.
Some topics covered include:
- Creating a Timeline
- Location Scouting
- Production Insurance
- Production Paperwork
Writer/Director/Producer: SHARON ARTEAGA
Sharon Arteaga is a director who has self-produced her award-winning short films and music videos. Her latest film “Plane Pretend” received an AFS Grant and has a won four best shorts awards in the festival circuit. She is a two-time recipient of the Texas Archive of the Moving Image Award and was chosen out of 900+ films to tour with LUNAFEST, a traveling film festival celebrating, showcasing and championing women in film. Arteaga has been a live action production coordinator at Rooster Teeth, a freelance field producer, a Production Manager for Cine Las Americas International Film Festival, Emily Hagin’s web series Hold to Your Best Self, the documentary company doculab, and now runs her own production company One Lunchbox Productions, LLC, which has done work for clients like CapMetro and Blue Cross Blue Shield. Arteaga was recently a 2019 Tribeca Chanel Through Her Lens finalist for her short screenplay “In Tow.” She is working on several narrative shorts while developing her first feature film. Arteaga has mentored youth at the Austin Film Society for over 7 years and has taught preproduction at Austin Public for over 4 years. She holds a bachelor’s in Radio-Television-Film from The University of Texas at Austin.