I must say: This rather critical "treatment" stage and it's purpose is becoming more and more clear, fun, and exciting. Not only is it forcing me to be more imaginative in a structured way, but I can also imagine some potential dialogue I can use throughout the script.
Posted: 10/26/2016 • Link to this review
I'm having such a great time being a Film Connection apprentice. I've served as lead editor for a music video my mentor recently shot, and now I'm working on a behind-the-scenes documentary for the video. I'm currently eyeing an in-house position as a digital editor for the Jon Lovitz Comedy Club in Universal City!
Posted: 5/06/2014 • Last edited: 6/30/2014 • Link to this review
Before I joined the Film Connection program I had a normal full time job but I really wanted to be doing what I love. I met with my mentor and I knew right off the bat how much of an opportunity this was. I took it into my own hands to ask my mentor of what I else I could do for him other than what I came here for which was Directing. So I began doing script coverage's and reviewing DVD's for him that were sent to his production company. My mentor saw in me that I have very useful skills on script coverage's and knowing what his angle is in the film industry and understanding the company's needs. So I was hired by him to be his assistant and become a development executive for his production company. Now I am co-producing a feature film with my mentor and soon after with the experience and skills I've gained I will be able to pursue all aspects of the film industry including producing, acting, and my main goal as a Film Director. The key is to never lose the fire that drives you and look into every opportunity because it will help you towards your ultimate dream.
Posted: 11/21/2012 • Link to this review