How to Make Your Fundraising Trailer
Led by Script & Documentary Doctor Fernanda Rossi,
Author of The Independent monthly column "Ask the Doc Doctor" & D- Word member
Sat., May 1, in NYC Two sessions: 10 am-1 pm or 2-5 pm -- choose one
"Can I see your trailer?"
Let's face it, a trailer can make or break your film. It can get you funded or it can put you on the "passed" list. Trailer Mechanics is a three-hour workshop for producers, directors, writers and editors on building a short trailer/demo of a documentary film. We'll consider principles of narrative structure and screen and analyze different trailers, including those of workshop participants. If you like, bring your footage -- raw or cut -- for discussion (not required to attend). Co-sponsored by CineWomen NY.
Cost: $50 AIVF members, Partner Organizations* and Students w/valid
ID; < br>$60 General Public
$115 Workshop Pass with Doctoring Your Doc registration (offered Apr. 24)
Where: Goldcrest Post, 799 Washington St. near 13th St, NYC
Directions: A, C, E, L, 1, 2, 3, and 9 to 14th St.
For a map visit http:// www.goldcrestpost.com/directions.
*Partner Organizations: CineWomen NY, DCTV, IFP NY, DCTV and NALIP.
To RSVP and for more info: http://www.documentarydoctor.com/
Register by April 21st. Limited seats.
Note: previously offered in the fall, this workshop is now offered in
the spring only.