Thursday, September 11, 2003

Training sessions slated to help local filmmakers

The Cincinnati Enquirer

Topics from marketing to camera equipment are covered in an upcoming series of training sessions for filmmakers sponsored by Greater Cincinnati & Northern Kentucky Film Commission. Producer Cindy Bashore organized the series based on feeback from the local filmmaking community, said film commission director Kristen Erwin.

Scheduled sessions:

Sept. 23: "How to Market Your Screenplay," with writer-director and marketing expert Greg Newberry, at the York Street Cafe (second floor), 738 York St., Newport, 7-9 p.m.

Oct. 22: "Digital Editing on the Fly," with videomaker Dave Theis, at TVACOM Productions, 4212 Airport Road, East End, 7-9 p.m.

Feb. 1: "Camera Equipment Exposed," with cinematographer Jeff Barklage, at Midwest Grip and Lighting Company, 6851 Steger Drive, Paddock Hills. 10 a.m.-1 p.m. (

March 20: "Intellectual Property and Copyright," with attorney Kyle Anne Citrynell, at Media Bridges, 1110 Race St., downtown, 10 a.m.-noon.

April 3: "Finding Your Agent: A Workshop for Actors," with career coach Dewey Hawthorne, at Northern Kentucky University Landrum Academic Center, third floor studio, Highland Heights, 1-3 p.m. Web site.

Remaining to be scheduled is a session with filmmaker Mike Caporale on 24P digital video.

Each workshop lasts two hours; admission is $25 or $120 for the full series. Reservations are required: 784-1744; Web site.

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