The Director’s Toolbox – For Directors, Producers, Actors, and ANYONE Involved in the Storytelling Process! Workshop at CBS Radford Studios!

Event Date July 21, 2018 @ 9am - 12 noon
Location CBS Radford Studios
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Hi everyone,


Here’s info on a great seminar on THE DIRECTOR’S TOOLBOX – for anyone who to be a director, as well as producers who want to hire a director, or actors and crew and ANYONE who wants to know how to work effectively with a director.


A not-to-be-missed event for anyone involved in the storytelling process!


As always, there’s a great discount for (only $30!) – details are below!


Good luck, have a great day, and don’t forget to dream big!




Jeffrey R. Gund

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SATURDAY, July 21st, 2018

9am – 12 noon


CBS Radford Studios

4024 Radford Avenue

Studio City, CA 91604


A director’s level of creative leadership is what can make or break a film.  It’s the job of a director to make sure all parts of a film project are creatively envisioned, communicated, produced, and brought together.  It’s a complex job, and it’s only those who are fully prepared and equipped — artistically, professionally, emotionally, and relationally — who stand out in this competitive field.


This workshop will equip you with what you need to hire or to be a director who is great on every level.  Whether you’re a director who is creating a film, a producer who is hiring a director for an upcoming project, or part of the cast & crew who need to know how to work effectively with a director, this workshop is for you.


Starting simply with the bare ideas of an entire film, a good director carries all the tools that are needed to draw the best out of the creative cast and crew to make that film a reality. This workshop will help you get there!


Who should attend:

Filmmakers, producers, writers, actors, crew, or ANYONE who works in film, television, or digital media who wants to understand how to make their project the best it can be!


By the end of this class you’ll know:

*  How to identify, communicate, and protect a film story while you work with and gain the trust of a project’s producers, writers, actors, and crew

*  The practical elements of directing a film from start to finish – and from pitch to post

*  All the tools you’ll need to provide the good creative leadership that will translate into an excellent film.


PLUS – this will be a great networking event to meet other industry professionals!



PREMIUM and PRO InfoList Members get 25% OFF!!  That’s just $30 (normally $40!) for an evening with a top industry professional!

UPGRADE NOW (or log in to your Premium/Pro Account) so you can take advantage of this special offer!


Or, skip the upgrade and pay regular price –


We will fill up fast – register now at the link below at the $40 price:


Requirements:  Bring a pen/paper or computer for taking notes.




James O’Keeffe is a director/cinematographer with over 30 years of experience in theatrical, documentary, commercial, promotion, and education programs in both film and digital media.  He recently directed the award-winning documentary GO PUBLIC: A Day in the Life of an American School District, which aired on PBS, and the 12-part narrative series, Rivka, set in 1st century Palestine.  As a cinematographer, he has shot features, movies of the week, music videos, commercials, documentaries, and TV pilots, as well as hundreds of hours of television programming.  His feature film projects include Mike Figgis’ Time Code and Execution by Ghost Rider Pictures.  He has been Director of Photography on many award-winning documentaries, including a national Emmy for No Greater Love.  James has taught cinematography at USC School of Cinematic Arts for over 15 years and is a member of the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences.  He is married to Dawn Carson O’Keeffe, a television and film producer, and together they own Blue Field Productions.



We will fill up fast – register now at the link below at the $40 price:


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