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Documentary Filmmaking Course: Filmmakers Collaborative For Adults

DEADLINE FOR WINTER/SPRING 2013 APPLICATIONS:
JANUARY 25th, 2013



Filmmaker's Collaborative, Spring 2012

The Filmmakers Collaborative for Adults is a 10-week documentary producing course centered on story development and fundraising. Participants learn the key ingredients in crafting the narrative arc in documentary filmmaking while developing a standard industry proposal for funding. Since its inception, the Filmmakers Collaborative has mentored over seventy community producers, and as a result, is recognized by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. Participants will take master classes with Albert Maysles and other filmmakers to be announced.

Winter/Spring 2013
 
 Dates: Saturdays from February 23, 2013 to May 4, 2013 (no class on Saturday March, 2013)
  Time: 11am - 3pm
  Location: 343 Lenox Avenue, between 127th & 128th Streets
  Cost: $500 (A limited number of scholarships are available. If you are interested, please submit the Scholarship Form along with your application. If you have trouble downloading the form, notify education@mayslesinstitute.org and one will be emailed to you. )

  TO APPLY: Please email your responses to the following questions, along with your resume or bio, to: education@mayslesinstitute.org.

   NAME:
   AGE:
   ADDRESS:
   HOMETOWN:
   EMAIL:
   PHONE:
   ORGANIZATIONAL AFFILIATION (if any):

   1. What do you hope to accomplish through your documentary film work?

   2. Do you have any previous experience in documentary filmmaking?
      If so, can you elaborate? What were your roles and responsibilities?

   3. How would you define your community?

   4. What are your favorite three documentaries and why?



Students discuss filmmaking - Filmmaker's Collaborative, Spring 2012