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If you ever wanted to get your film or movie in theaters, television, DVD, or streaming online, then this Filming Techniques & Tips course is for you. You will learn the movie making techniques for lighting, sound, and editing. There are lots of free tools you'll discover that will get your project ready for film festivals, air on television, produced on DVD, and available for online streaming.
You'll become a professional by being listed in IMDb with your credits, trailers, clips, posters, and photos with your production company summary. You'll have access to submit your project to over 800 film festivals, exhibitions, and competitions across the U.S.
You don't have to worry about expensive lighting and sound equipment or editing software. This Filming Techniques & Tips course gives you the solution to avoiding huge expenses to making a film.
In addition to producing your screenplay, you'll learn all the marketing and publicity techniques that will separate your project from others and place you at the top. Your project will be clearly recognized with the buzz being made with interviews on radio, TV, and social media.
This filming techniques & tips course also teaches important business aspects of film production. You'll learn how to be smart with copyright protection to ensure your intellectual property does not land in the wrong hands.
Need money? Don't worry. This filming techniques & tips course teaches basic fundraising tips to help ensure you don't end financially.
In less than three hours, you can complete this course that will provide you step-by-step video instruction that delivers all the tips, tricks, and techniques to get your project out in the public.
Do you want your project on television, theater, DVD, or streaming online? Do you want to make some money selling your movie or TV show? Take this Filming Techniques & Tips course and learn how today.</p>
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|Section 1: Introduction|
|David K. Ewen, M.Ed. is the author of the "Professor Lecture Series". He has been working in media since 1994. Professor Ewen is an author, speaker, talk show host, film director, record producer, and publicist. He started lecturing on media topics since 2004 in the seven states of New York and New England.|
|Section 2: Questions|
|Section 3: Amazon Tools For Film Producers|
Introduction & basics of AmazonPreview
|Understanding the tools of Amazon. They are IMDb, WithoutABox, and CreateSpace|
|Section 4: Screenplays As Book To Help Produce Movie|
|It is recommended to publish your screenplay first as a book and then later work on turning it to a movie. This gives credibility and helps you practice production timelines, marketing, and publicity.|
|Lecture 6||6 pages|
|This will give you the background to have a book turned into a movie. If you are starting out with a screenplay, it is recommended to publish it first as a book and then later work on turning it to a movie.|
|Section 5: Technical: Lighting, Sound, Editing|
|Learn the type of lights used and how to position them.|
Position of light sources
|Section 6: Editing With One True Media|
|The camera you get will need a microphone jack. This lecture describes the camera and the microphone|
Editing with One True Media
Hands On Experience with One True Media
Creating DVD and Online Streaming
|Section 7: Creating DVD and Preparing Online Streaming for Amazon.com|
|CreateSpace is the tool to create the environment to put your film on Amazon.com|
Create Space from Amazon
Understanding CreateSpace costs
|Section 8: Basic Business Needs|
|Protect your intellectual property. This is a necessary first step in the business of movie production.|
|The funding of your project can be done through Crowd-funding. It is a an online process where you reward investors for their contribution.|
|Getting your show on TV through Community Access Television. The supplementary material talks about submitting a manuscript or screenplay to a major studio for a Movie Of the Week (TV movie)|
|Film Festivals is the way movies are recognized by awards and testimonials. It is a great launch pad to greater distribution.|
|Section 9: Marketing and Publicity|
|Marketing and Publicity Techniques|
|Once you have the marketing tips down, take advantage of the venues to get the word out with publicity interviews and events.|
Marketing and Publicity
|Section 10: Documentation For Review|
|Lecture 21||61 pages|
This is a summary of the course
|Section 11: Conclusion|
David K. Ewen, M.Ed. is a touring professor of multimedia technologies and publicity. He has been lecturing in the seven states of New York and New England since 2004. Professor Ewen has been an author, speaker, talk show host, film director, record producer, and publicist since the 1990's.