The Pennsylvania Film School and Scranton Cultural Center at the Masonic Temple are announced the Weekend Workshop Series, to be held at the Scranton Cultural Center at the Masonic Temple July 20 and 21 from 10 a.m to 4 p.m.
The workship is divided into four primary lessons: “Above the Line: Writing, Directing and Producing,” July 20; “Below the Line: Camera, Lighting and Sound,” July 20; “The Look and Aftermath: Design and Post-Production,” July 21; and “Show Business: Financing, Legal, Sales & Distribution,” July 21.
Co-founders Tim Calpin and Joe Van Wie deliver their perspective on independent filmmaking, which focuses on film’s relationship with creativity and commerce. As a screenwriter and producer, Calpin has spent his career on the creative side of film and television. Van Wie, an executive producer and financier, has a decade of experience on the business side of independent film making. Both stress the importance of vision, voice and hard work.
For more information on classes, visit the school’s website at www.thepennsylvaniafilmschool.com or follow The Pennsylvania Film School on Facebook.