Lone Star Film Society & Fort Worth Community Arts Center presents "Cinema Language," four terrific courses designed for both the film professional and the avid filmgoer. "Cinema Language" is an intensive and highly entertaining exploration of the narrative art of cinema. The kind of instruction usually found only in film schools, “Cinema Language” is a practical exploration of how to get the most out of your story, independent of budget.
After taking this course, you will:
Make a much better movie. Period.
Approach your next script/project with the confidence of even the most seasoned professional.
Create your script and/or film with a clear understanding of the cinematic gifts at your fingertips.
"Cinema Language" is taught by award-winning filmmaker and Pepperdine University Graduate Screenwriting professor Tom Provost, writer/director of the award-winning Lionsgate feature The Presence, as well as the upcoming features Mr. Clark and Exile.
The classes will be held on February 23 & 24 at TCU's Bob Schieffer College of Communication - Moudy Building, 9am to 6pm. Single day tickets are also available for each day. Tuition includes complimentary refreshments and class materials. See Eventbrite for more information on each course and the 2-day event.
All tickets at the door for the 2-day class are $350, ($175 for a single day). Tuition includes complimentary refreshments and class materials. Discounted rates are available through February 19, 2019.