How to Write A Script
film production planning
directing 101
the business of acting

5 Shorts Project LLC

5 Shorts Project of CultureTrust Philadelphia

1315 Walnut St.

Suite 320

Philadelphia, PA 19107

 

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5 Shorts Theatre
How to Write A Script One of the most important elements of film-making is knowing how to correctly format a script. Nothing screams amateur more than a poorly formatted script and a weak story line. This is a 3 part class that will teach you: Developing Characters and Story Lines How to format a script for film The Differences between a Spec Script and Shooting Script Class Dates: Mondays from 6p - 8p 6/10, 6/17, and 7/1 Each participant will end the class with their own 10 page film script
film production planning
Nothing can ruin a film shoot more than being unprepared. Take it from me. After producing 30 short films in 5 years, I've made more mistakes than I care to talk about. Film Production Planning is essential. We'll spend 2 hours learning how to properly plan a production for the best possible film shoot. We'll discuss: Production Forms and Documents Creating a Production Schedule Finding Crew and Actors Shooting for the Edit and more... Class Date: Tuesday 7/9 6p - 8p
directing 101
Interested in Learning How to Direct a Film? Not sure about where to start or what Directors actually do? This class is here to help you. You will learn all the aspects of directing an independent film. You will have the opportunity to direct a short scene in class. We'll cover: Slating 101: What is it and how to do it? Responsibilities of a Director Find Cast and Crew Shooting for the Edit Troubleshooting when everything is going wrong and more... Class Date: Thursday 7/18 6p - 8p
the business of acting
Jump starting your acting career in Philadelphia can be challenging. How will you stand out from all the competition and book the gig? This class will focus on how to find, audition, and book local gigs to build your resume. We will cover: How to prepare for the audition How to slate Where to find auditions and casting calls Tips and Tricks to help you book gigs and more... Class Date: 8/13/19 6p - 8p
5 Shorts Theatre
How to Write A Script
One of the most important elements of film-making is knowing how to correctly format a script. Nothing screams amateur more than a poorly formatted script and a weak story line. This is a 3 part class that will teach you: Developing Characters and Story Lines How to format a script for film The Differences between a Spec Script and Shooting Script Class Dates: Mondays from 6p - 8p 6/10, 6/17, and 7/1 Each participant will end the class with their own 10 page film script
film production planning
Nothing can ruin a film shoot more than being unprepared. Take it from me. After producing 30 short films in 5 years, I've made more mistakes than I care to talk about. Film Production Planning is essential. We'll spend 2 hours learning how to properly plan a production for the best possible film shoot. We'll discuss: Production Forms and Documents Creating a Production Schedule Finding Crew and Actors Shooting for the Edit and more... Class Date: Tuesday 7/9 6p - 8p
directing 101
Interested in Learning How to Direct a Film? Not sure about where to start or what Directors actually do? This class is here to help you. You will learn all the aspects of directing an independent film. You will have the opportunity to direct a short scene in class. We'll cover: Slating 101: What is it and how to do it? Responsibilities of a Director Find Cast and Crew Shooting for the Edit Troubleshooting when everything is going wrong and more... Class Date: Thursday 7/18 6p - 8p
the business of acting
Jump starting your acting career in Philadelphia can be challenging. How will you stand out from all the competition and book the gig? This class will focus on how to find, audition, and book local gigs to build your resume. We will cover: How to prepare for the audition How to slate Where to find auditions and casting calls Tips and Tricks to help you book gigs and more... Class Date: 8/13/19 6p - 8p
5 Shorts Theatre
How to Write A Script
One of the most important elements of film-making is knowing how to correctly format a script. Nothing screams amateur more than a poorly formatted script and a weak story line. This is a 3 part class that will teach you: Developing Characters and Story Lines How to format a script for film The Differences between a Spec Script and Shooting Script Class Dates: Mondays from 6p - 8p 6/10, 6/17, and 7/1 Each participant will end the class with their own 10 page film script
film production planning
Nothing can ruin a film shoot more than being unprepared. Take it from me. After producing 30 short films in 5 years, I've made more mistakes than I care to talk about. Film Production Planning is essential. We'll spend 2 hours learning how to properly plan a production for the best possible film shoot. We'll discuss: Production Forms and Documents Creating a Production Schedule Finding Crew and Actors Shooting for the Edit and more... Class Date: Tuesday 7/9 6p - 8p
directing 101
Interested in Learning How to Direct a Film? Not sure about where to start or what Directors actually do? This class is here to help you. You will learn all the aspects of directing an independent film. You will have the opportunity to direct a short scene in class. We'll cover: Slating 101: What is it and how to do it? Responsibilities of a Director Find Cast and Crew Shooting for the Edit Troubleshooting when everything is going wrong and more... Class Date: Thursday 7/18 6p - 8p
the business of acting
Jump starting your acting career in Philadelphia can be challenging. How will you stand out from all the competition and book the gig? This class will focus on how to find, audition, and book local gigs to build your resume. We will cover: How to prepare for the audition How to slate Where to find auditions and casting calls Tips and Tricks to help you book gigs and more... Class Date: 8/13/19 6p - 8p
5 Shorts Theatre
How to Write A Script
One of the most important elements of film-making is knowing how to correctly format a script. Nothing screams amateur more than a poorly formatted script and a weak story line. This is a 3 part class that will teach you: Developing Characters and Story Lines How to format a script for film The Differences between a Spec Script and Shooting Script Class Dates: Mondays from 6p - 8p 6/10, 6/17, and 7/1 Each participant will end the class with their own 10 page film script
film production planning
Nothing can ruin a film shoot more than being unprepared. Take it from me. After producing 30 short films in 5 years, I've made more mistakes than I care to talk about. Film Production Planning is essential. We'll spend 2 hours learning how to properly plan a production for the best possible film shoot. We'll discuss: Production Forms and Documents Creating a Production Schedule Finding Crew and Actors Shooting for the Edit and more... Class Date: Tuesday 7/9 6p - 8p
directing 101
Interested in Learning How to Direct a Film? Not sure about where to start or what Directors actually do? This class is here to help you. You will learn all the aspects of directing an independent film. You will have the opportunity to direct a short scene in class. We'll cover: Slating 101: What is it and how to do it? Responsibilities of a Director Find Cast and Crew Shooting for the Edit Troubleshooting when everything is going wrong and more... Class Date: Thursday 7/18 6p - 8p
the business of acting
Jump starting your acting career in Philadelphia can be challenging. How will you stand out from all the competition and book the gig? This class will focus on how to find, audition, and book local gigs to build your resume. We will cover: How to prepare for the audition How to slate Where to find auditions and casting calls Tips and Tricks to help you book gigs and more... Class Date: 8/13/19 6p - 8p
5 Shorts Theatre
How to Write A Script
One of the most important elements of film-making is knowing how to correctly format a script. Nothing screams amateur more than a poorly formatted script and a weak story line. This is a 3 part class that will teach you: Developing Characters and Story Lines How to format a script for film The Differences between a Spec Script and Shooting Script Class Dates: Mondays from 6p - 8p 6/10, 6/17, and 7/1 Each participant will end the class with their own 10 page film script
film production planning
Nothing can ruin a film shoot more than being unprepared. Take it from me. After producing 30 short films in 5 years, I've made more mistakes than I care to talk about. Film Production Planning is essential. We'll spend 2 hours learning how to properly plan a production for the best possible film shoot. We'll discuss: Production Forms and Documents Creating a Production Schedule Finding Crew and Actors Shooting for the Edit and more... Class Date: Tuesday 7/9 6p - 8p
directing 101
Interested in Learning How to Direct a Film? Not sure about where to start or what Directors actually do? This class is here to help you. You will learn all the aspects of directing an independent film. You will have the opportunity to direct a short scene in class. We'll cover: Slating 101: What is it and how to do it? Responsibilities of a Director Find Cast and Crew Shooting for the Edit Troubleshooting when everything is going wrong and more... Class Date: Thursday 7/18 6p - 8p
the business of acting
Jump starting your acting career in Philadelphia can be challenging. How will you stand out from all the competition and book the gig? This class will focus on how to find, audition, and book local gigs to build your resume. We will cover: How to prepare for the audition How to slate Where to find auditions and casting calls Tips and Tricks to help you book gigs and more... Class Date: 8/13/19 6p - 8p
5 Shorts Theatre
How to Write A Script
One of the most important elements of film-making is knowing how to correctly format a script. Nothing screams amateur more than a poorly formatted script and a weak story line. This is a 3 part class that will teach you: Developing Characters and Story Lines How to format a script for film The Differences between a Spec Script and Shooting Script Class Dates: Mondays from 6p - 8p 6/10, 6/17, and 7/1 Each participant will end the class with their own 10 page film script
film production planning
Nothing can ruin a film shoot more than being unprepared. Take it from me. After producing 30 short films in 5 years, I've made more mistakes than I care to talk about. Film Production Planning is essential. We'll spend 2 hours learning how to properly plan a production for the best possible film shoot. We'll discuss: Production Forms and Documents Creating a Production Schedule Finding Crew and Actors Shooting for the Edit and more... Class Date: Tuesday 7/9 6p - 8p
directing 101
Interested in Learning How to Direct a Film? Not sure about where to start or what Directors actually do? This class is here to help you. You will learn all the aspects of directing an independent film. You will have the opportunity to direct a short scene in class. We'll cover: Slating 101: What is it and how to do it? Responsibilities of a Director Find Cast and Crew Shooting for the Edit Troubleshooting when everything is going wrong and more... Class Date: Thursday 7/18 6p - 8p
the business of acting
Jump starting your acting career in Philadelphia can be challenging. How will you stand out from all the competition and book the gig? This class will focus on how to find, audition, and book local gigs to build your resume. We will cover: How to prepare for the audition How to slate Where to find auditions and casting calls Tips and Tricks to help you book gigs and more... Class Date: 8/13/19 6p - 8p