Wednesday, June 11, 2008

How to Learn, Break In and Rise Up in the Film and TV Industry

Over the past few months I've been slowly hitting the speaking circuit as my schedule allows. Next week I will be rolling out a brand-new seminar for aspiring filmmakers here in NYC:

How to Learn, Break In and Rise Up in the Film and TV Industry
presented by Anthony Q. Artis, D.V.P.

Wednesday, June 18, 11:00am-1:00pm

B&H Superstore - Event Space
420 9th Ave., NY, NY 10001
(map & directions)

This is a special treat, because this is an all new one-of-kind seminar to help new and aspiring filmmakers breakthrough, jump start and manage a career in film and tv. And this very first time only I will be presenting the entire seminar to the public totally for FREE at The B&H Superstore in NYC.

(Not unlike a comedian, I like to try out new material on a smaller local audience, before adding it to my main paid seminar roster. So this is a one time only chance to see this new presentation for free. The next time it's offered it will be for a fee or if I ever give it again for free, it will only be a limited part of this full presentation. )

Here's a detailed description from B&H website:

How to Learn, Break In and Rise Up in the Film and TV Industry

Anthony Artis, the author of the new "Shut Up and Shoot Documentary Guide" and host of The Down and Dirty DV podcast and blog, will deliver an inspirational real-world overview of what it takes to break into the film and TV industry. Anthony will cover a wide range of topics, including learning the filmmaking process, film school vs. self-teaching, specific film job resources for NYC, making the most out of your first job or internship, recommended reading, Los Angeles vs. New York, working in an industry office and overviews of common tracks to directing, writing, editing and producing films and TV.

If you’ve recently graduated from film school, or are looking to make a career transition, then this seminar is the perfect introduction into the world of film and TV. Following Anthony’s seminar will be a Q&A session as well as book signing.

I hope to see you all there!


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