Christopher will cover topics such as how to find the right composer, examining the relationship between the composer and filmmaker, exploring the different job responsibilities of the scoring world, and hopefully enlightening you with some tips and tricks about each step of the scoring process. To read more and to register, click here: Getting The Best Music For Your Movie
Amanda will cover everything you need to know to get noticed, and begin building the kind of career you weren’t sure you could have without making the sacrifice of moving to Hollywood. To read more and to register, click here: How To Make It In Hollywood Without Packing Your Bags And Moving There
Also starting on Thursday, October 30, Stage 32 Happy Writers brings you "How to Keep the Stakes High in Your Script: The Tools to Keeping an Executive and Audience Engaged", taught by Nate Matteson, Literary Manager at the Gotham Group. Nate was voted by Variety as one of "Hollywood's New Leaders" and we are thrilled to have him exclusively teaching for Stage 32. To find out more about the class and to see a video from Nate, click here: How to Keep the Stakes High in Your Script.
Find a personalized solution for any networking situation that you find challenging, both on and offline. You will get helpful tools, conversation scripts, and a variety of networking examples so you can choose which works best with your personality type. To learn more, see a video from Jessica and to register for the class, please click here: Networking for Introverts
Stage 32 Next Level Classes is honored to have brought in 40-year veteran filmmaker Peter D. Marshall to teach a 4 week intensive class on "How to Get Believable Performances from Actors". The first webinar Peter did for Stage 32 was one of the highest attended webinars in Stage 32's history (Preproduction: The Film Director's Process of Discovery), and we've brought Peter back by popular demand! To find out more about the class and to register, click here: Directors: How To Get Believable Performances From Actors
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