Creating A Production Company – A Free Seminar!

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Here’s some info on a great FREE

Seminar on Creating A Production

Company, with producers/authors Rona

Edwards and Monika Skerbelis (“I Liked It,

Didn’t Love It: Screenplay Development from the Inside Out” &

“The Complete Filmmaker’s Guide to Film Festivals: Your All Access Pass to

Launching Your Film on the Festival Circuit”) – details are

below!

As always, feel free to forward if

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Good luck, have a great day, and

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Jeffrey R. Gund INFOLIST.com Follow INFOLIST on Twitter Like INFOLIST on Facebook ______________________________

CREATING A PRODUCTION

COMPANY

A FREE

SEMINAR

with

RONA

EDWARDS

and

MONIKA

SKERBELIS

authors of

“I Liked It, Didn’t

Love It: Screenplay Development from the Inside Out”

&

The Complete Filmmaker’s

Guide to Film Festivals:

Your All Access Pass to Launching

Your Film on the Festival Circuit

AN INTRODUCTORY OVERVIEW OF EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO CREATE A PRODUCTION COMPANY!

Why a production company?

 It gives you the power to take control.

In order to have a

successful production company, you need to understand the role of the producer

and how they fit within the industry.

This lecture will provide

valuable tips on how to create and organize a production company,

including:

* The Production Company and

Producer’s role *

* Tips on how to create your

Production Company *

* What makes a good Producer

*

SATURDAY, February 4th,

2017 11am – 12pm

at

The Writers Store

3510 West Magnolia Blvd.

Burbank, CA 91505

NO COST TO ATTEND!

RSVP REQUIRED – Details below

followed by a Q&A

and book signing with Edwards & Skerbelis

&

a FREE drawing in

which one lucky person will win

StoryO Software

courtesy of

Jungle Software

SPECIAL DISCOUNT

FOR INFOLIST.com!! Mention you heard about this seminar from

Jeff Gund at INFOLIST.com when

you RSVP, and those in attendance will get 15% OFF at the The Writers Store on SELECT PURCHASES (no items already on sale), including signed copies of Rona and Monika’s books “I Liked It, Didn’t Love It: Screenplay

Development from the Inside Out” & “The

Complete Filmmaker’s Guide to Film Festivals: Your All Access Pass to Launching

Your Film on the Festival Circuit.”

Be sure to RSVP

EARLY to put your name in for the Free Software from Jungle Software

– OUR EVENTS ARE USUALLY STANDING ROOM ONLY!

RSVP

NOW FOR THE FREE SEMINAR:

Be sure to mention you heard about this

from Jeff Gund at INFOLIST.com, and

email your first and last name, and that you wish to attend the Saturday, February 4th Free Event, to: workshops@esentertainment.net

ABOUT THE

INSTRUCTORS:

Rona Edwards, a

graduate of California Institute of the Arts, became Vice President of Creative

Affairs for Emmy-winning actor John Larroquette

(äóìNight Courtäó), Academy-Award winning producer

Michael Phillips (äóìThe Sting,äó äóìClose Encounters of The Third Kind,äó äóìTaxi

Driveräó), and Emmy-winning and Oscar-nominated producer Fern Field (äóìMonk,äó

äóìHeartsoundsäó) before she was dragged kicking and screaming into the world of

independent producing.  As a producer, she co-produced and/or executive produced:

äóìOut of Syncäó (VH1), äóìThe Companionäó (USA/SciFi), äóìI Know What You Didäó (ABC),

äóìOne Special Victoryäó (NBC), äóìDer Mí_rder Meiner Mutteräó (Sat.1), äóìBlind Trust,äó

Killer Hairäó and “Hostile Makeover,” the latter three for

Lifetime.  Ms. Edwards set-up up numerous feature films and TV projects including

äóìMatchmakersäó at Warner Bros, äóìHard Rainäó at Ed Pressman Films, äóìTrackeräó with

Revelation, and äóìPuckäó with Phoenix Pictures, in addition to executive producing

and producing two award-winning documentaries, äóìSelling Sex In Heavenäó and

äóìUnforgettable.äó  Edwards was Assistant Professor at Chapman University

Singaporeäó»s Dodge College of Film & Media Arts for four years and continues

to teach for Chapman and other universities in the U.S.  She has written for

such publications as Produced By

magazine, Beachwood Voice, Los Feliz Ledger, and the Neoworld Review.  A proud member of the

Producers Guild of America, Edwards is also a member of the Academy of

Television Radio Arts & Sciences, International Documentary Association,

Film Independent and the University Film & Video Association.

Monika Skerbelis

has fifteen years of studio executive experience working in the story department

at Paramount Pictures, 20th Century Fox,

and running the story department at Universal Pictures.

 

She is the Film Programming

Director for The American Pavilion Emerging

Filmmaker Showcase at the Cannes Film Festival and was the Artistic &

Programming Director for the Big Bear Lake International Film Festival for

fourteen years.  She is a producer with

Edwards Skerbelis Entertainment (ESE) developing projects and was associate

producer on two movies (“Killer Hair” and “Hostile

Makeover“) for the Lifetime Movie Network. She is a member of the

Producers Guild of America.

TOGETHER:

Rona Edwards and

Monika Skerbelis are the authors of the critically acclaimed bestselling books,

I Liked It, Didn’t Love It: Screenplay Development from the

Inside Out” and “The Complete Filmmaker’s Guide to

Film Festivals: Your All Access Pass to Launching Your Film On the Festival

Circuit.”  They are the founders of

ESE FILM WORKSHOPS ONLINE, global online classes that teach the ins and outs of the film industry.  In

addition, they teach “Introduction to Feature Film Development” at

UCLA Extension, “Story Development Process” at Riverside City College

and have taught “Basic Screenwriting” and äóìVisual Storytellingäó on

campus at Chapman Universityäó»s Dodge College of Film & Media Arts.  They

also formed Edwards Skerbelis Entertainment (ESE), a company dedicated to nurturing filmmakers and screenwriting

talent. RSVP

NOW FOR THE FREE SEMINAR:

Be sure to mention you heard about this

from Jeff Gund at INFOLIST.com, and

email your first and last name, and that you wish to attend the Saturday, February 4th Free Event, to: workshops@esentertainment.net

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