The Art of Storytelling
SATURDAY, APRIL 30 & SUNDAY, MAY 1, 2022
Amazing, effective movies don't happen by accident. They're crafted. And while you might instinctively get some things right, you'll build a much better story, shoot a much stronger image, and get a much more powerful and consistent result, when you properly understand all the tools available to you to affect your audience.
The Lone Star Film Society and BLANC cowork + studio present Cinema Language, an invaluable and comprehensive master class for screenwriters and directors, presented over one weekend in Fort Worth, Texas.
Cinema Language is an intensive and highly entertaining exploration of the narrative art of cinema. The kind of instruction usually found only in expensive film schools, (presented by a professor who teaches at an expensive film school), Cinema Language is a practical exploration of how to get the most out of your story, independent of budget.
This intensive and highly entertaining exploration of the narrative art of cinema will include:
How to make a much better movie. Period.
Approaching your next script/project with the confidence of even the most seasoned professional.
Crafting 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 (see bio below).