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This in-depth practical workbook will be useful to any instructor who needs to teach new filmmakers, writer/producers, or actor/producers how to create a feature film they can sell for a price they can afford.
Making a feature is a much better financial investment and a much better business credit than making a short film and taking it to film festivals or posting it on youtube.
You can print this guide to share with students to use as an in-class resource if desired. You can use it to support a 2-hour class, a 4-hour class, 1 or 2 day workshop, or as a component of a longer academic course.
About the Author
Nancy Fulton is a writer, producer, and executive producer currently working in Hollywood. She supports a network of 25,000 entertainment industry pros through a wide variety of informative events every month. She's taught for UCLA, the Art Institute, among many others.
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