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Five Events in the "A" Week of December 12 - 18



December 13


Stage 32 presents How to Master the ZOOM Audition


In this jam-packed webinar, Erik will help you master your mindset preparing for your ZOOM audition, help get your environment set up the best way possible, and he’ll walk you through the pitfalls you should prepare for and how to handle them. These are all crucial to ensuring you nail your ZOOM audition.


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December 14

Stage 32 presents How to Finance and Produce a Film under $2 MM

Through this webinar, you’ll receive the tools to approach your film from the investor’s point of view, so you can not only get the money you need for your project but, most importantly, how investors can get that money back with profits. You’ll build a team around your project that will make investing more attractive and assure you don’t make mistakes when you go after funding. You’ll know the types of funding available to you and how to approach the investors attracted to and interested in every kind of financing. You’ll dissect how to get agents on your side to attach talent to your project and how to work with attorneys. You’ll also know the most effective distribution options for this type of film budget.


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December 15

Netflix + Stage 32 presents Television Pilot Story Structure

Nailing your TV drama’s story structure - specifically your pilot - is no easy task. In the span of just 40-60 pages, you have to introduce your world, your characters, your central plot and conflict, and your inciting incident, all while keeping your pacing consistent, finding some resolution for that episode, and allowing your audience to want to watch more. This is a complicated, and delicate game and ultimately comes down to how you structure and map out your script before you start writing. No matter what genre you’re writing in, understanding how to structure your plot is vital. Gaining a clear grasp on how successful drama plots are arranged, and the rules they all follow is a necessary step if you want to have a show that will get picked up and ultimately connect with an audience.


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Atlanta Film Society presents Cinema Project Information Session


DATE: 12/15/2021

TIME: 4 PM-5 PM

LOCATION: Online

PRICE: FREE

The CINEMA Project is an exciting transformative workforce development program that will train and provide new opportunities for 18-24-year-olds who are disconnected from work and/or education to obtain entry-level jobs in Information Communications Technology (ICT) fields (e,g, digital media production, film/TV production).

On Wednesday, December 15, 2021, ATLFS and the Alonzo A. Crim Center at GSU will be holding a CINEMA Project information session from 4-5 pm EST. Attendance is strongly encouraged for anyone interested in applying to the program. This session will cover:

-An overview of the redesigned program - its goals and background.


-Details about the structure of the program, including classes, site visits, and projects participants will be completing


-Application and eligibility requirements and application timeline


-The benefits of participating in the CINEMA Project from a CINEMA alumni


-Q&A



The third cohort of the CINEMA Project begins January 31, 2022. The program will have both virtual and in-person components so applicants must live in the state of Georgia and must be able to travel to downtown Atlanta at least twice a week for the duration of the project. Additional eligibility requirements and application instructions will be covered during the information session.


If you cannot attend this information session, we will be holding a second virtual information session on January 5, 2022. We will also be posting a recording of both sessions.

For more information about the CINEMA Project, you can go to their website by clicking here.


If you have any questions about the CINEMA Project or the information sessions, please email Emma Warner, Education & Outreach Coordinator at the Atlanta Film Society, at emma@atlantafilmsociety.org.


Click here to register.



December 17


Alliance Theater presents free On-Camera Workshop


“Our free acting workshops give prospective students the opportunity to participate in a class and learn about all our offerings in a fun and supportive environment.

In the workshop students will:

- actively engage in acting exercises

work with fellow classmates

- learn about upcoming classes and programs

Students who register for and attend this workshop are eligible for a 20% discount toward an upcoming class.”




Click here to register.


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