Mon 27, Tues 28 Sept, 1.00pm-3.00pm (est)
location: online via Zoom
tickets: TT$300/ US$45, click here to register; early registration required
Being an entrepreneurial filmmaker is tough. When it comes to raising funds for a micro- or low-budget short or feature, creatives use multiple different methods but most aren’t exactly sure of the best way to get their film made while sustaining a career in the industry. Our facilitator, Pip Piper, has extensive experience as a professional indie filmmaker. He has come up with innovative ways to create and execute films of substance; and has continued to do so throughout the years. This two-part workshop will explore the key components every entrepreneurial filmmaker needs to create a sustainable, professional life. It will look at building positive working partnerships and networks locally, regionally, and in time, internationally; and how to develop highly creative projects that have a clear path to an audience. This workshop is intended to be informative and interactive.
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facilitator: Pip Piper
Pip Piper has been making films professionally for the past 20+ years. He has produced and/or directed six feature-length films and worked with the likes of Tim Sanders (“Lord of the Rings”, “Whale Rider”) and two-time BAFTA winner Michael Clifford. He has made films in numerous countries around the globe. He co-founded innovative media charity OSBD (One Small Barking Dog) which he continues to direct and also helped set up and run Blue Hippo Media, an internationally award-winning film company. He is passionate about creating and crafting stories that have heart and impact, and helping to develop the next generation of emerging filmmakers, especially around documentary film.