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How to be a Producer Seminar
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Posted 11:11 AM Nov. 17, 2009

Opening Act Film Forum Presents: “Anatomy of Production: Producing for Film” An Intense Workshop Concentrating on the Essentials PRE-PRODUCTION: Scheduling & Budgeting The nuts and bolts, without it you will have a disaster! How to Find Work in the Motion Picture Industry The Nature of Freelancing/The Importance of Networking - Perseverance and Persistence Pay Off Creating Your Own Marketing Plan ****** Presented by industry expert and survivor Ken Golden During a career that spans over 30 years, he has worked as Production Manager, Associate Producer and Line Producer on numerous theatrical feature films as well as films for television and for producers/directors including: John Schlesinger (Honky Tonk Freeway), Louis Malle (Atlantic City and Alamo Bay), Mel Brooks (84 Charing Cross Road) Ivan Reitman (Ghost Busters II) When and Where: Nov. 21st from 10am – 4pm, Followed by continued N & N (Networking and Noshing) with other local producers and Ken Golden Location: Oakwood of Falls Church 501 N. Roosevelt Blvd. Falls Church, VA. 22044 703.534.7702 Seating is limited Cost is: $125 $150 at the door Special Discounts Available for Groups or for those who can help us in getting the word out For More Information Contact: Ron Newcomb 703-895-3681 or
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Posted 10:55 AM Dec. 10, 2009

That was a terrific seminar. Very informative! Your own observations about the opportunities being cultivated were most inspiring!