HOW TO MAKE A MOVIE UNDER 10K
2 Day Workshop
Date: February 10th & 11th 2018
Making movies at the best of time is daunting but making movies on a low budget adds even more pressure and questions: Where do I get the money from? Where is smart to spend your money? How do I know how much everything will cost? What are the benefits of making a low budget film? How do I retain quality while still working within the budget?
There is a lot of information needed and a lot of questions to answer before you embark on making a low budget movie that is GOOD! That’s why we have decided to do a two-day workshop with aspiring film makers on
‘How to Make a Movie Under 10k’.
Join award winning producer Matthew Toman for this two day masterclass and learn everything you need to get started. This course is ideal for first time film makers.
Some of the topics that will be covered in depth during the workshop include:
What type of film to make
Writing a script for a low budget movie
Filming a low budget movie
Film festivals and distribution
The benefits of making a low budget film
Matthew Toman is and award winning producer and founder of Bankhouse Productions. Matthew has previously produced three feature films for under 10k including, ‘South’, by Ger Walsh, which premiered at The Galway Film Fleadh in 2016 and went onto to win London and Fingal film festivals and received widespread distribution. It will premier on TV later this year on RTE. As founder of Bankhouse, Matthew has also produced various commercials and videos for GAA, Pygmalion, Google and his currently producing the feature documentary “Homeless Worldcup’, featuring Colin Farrell.
Come join us for the weekend and get your movie started!