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.
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. www.tvacom.com.
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. ( www.midwestgrip.com.
March 20: "Intellectual Property and Copyright," with attorney Kyle Anne Citrynell, at Media Bridges, 1110 Race St., downtown, 10 a.m.-noon. www.mediabridges.org
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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