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Films & Schedules - WORKSHOP: DEVELOPING THE DOC-MAKER’S EAR FOR STORY

Sun, Nov 9, 2014
at 2 PM (Northwest Film Center School of Film)
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WORKSHOP: DEVELOPING THE DOC-MAKER’S EAR FOR STORY

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Irene Taylor Brodsky
Sunday, November 9, 2-4 p.m.
Northwest Film Center School of Film
934 SW Salmon St.

Tuition: $15 Interesting people, compelling social issues, and heroic tales can all tug on our filmmaking hearts crying out to be THE story that wins over our blood, sweat, and tears for the next weeks, months, and even years. of all the possible stories that intrigue and inspire, how do you know which ones have the potential to blossom into artistic and critical success? Is there a sorting process separating the good ones from the less good ones? In her two decades of documentary filmmaking, Oscar-nominated, Emmy and Peabody Award-winning director, producer, writer, and cinematographer, Irene Taylor Brodsky has followed her heart to develop a sharp ear, and perhaps a bit of a third eye, for character-driven stories that offer new perspectives on who we are and how we think. This afternoon Brodsky will discuss her strategies and film projects in detail, commenting on the critical interplay of story selection and collaboration with other filmmakers in achieving success. 

Tuition includes admission to The Emmy Award- winning ONE LAST HUG (...AND A FEW SMOOCHES): THREE DAYS AT GRIEF CAMP, which immediately follows the workshop.

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