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Bart Weiss

WEEKEND
FILMMAKING WORKSHOP

Mobile Filmmaking Workshop 2024

The Lone Star Film Festival, Blanc Cowork + Studio, and the Fort Worth Film Commission are proud to present Bart Weiss' Mobile Filmmaking Workshop on Sunday, February 25, 2024, at Blanc in Fort Worth.

Bring your smartphone and join Bart Weiss for a hands-on workshop focused on all aspects of mobile filmmaking. Learn the pros and cons of mobile filmmaking, as well as the necessary techniques to be successful. Weiss will discuss the challenges and benefits of shooting via cell phone and will bring equipment for demonstrations on lighting and sound using your mobile phone camera. Whether you are a professional filmmaker, social media influencer, company, or brand ambassador, this workshop will refine your filmmaking skills while networking with fellow filmmakers in a creative and welcoming environment. All skill levels are encouraged to attend.

DATE

Sunday, February 25, 2024

TIME

2:00 pm - 4:00 pm

LOCATION

Blanc cowork + studio

2212 W Peter Smith St, Fort Worth, TX 76102

PARKING

Free street parking MAP

PRICE

$15 - $10 (students)

 

ABOUT BART WEISS
Bart Weiss is an award-winning independent film and video producer, director, editor, and educator who has lived in Dallas since 1981. He is mostly known as the director and founder of the Dallas VideoFest. He produces the TV show “Frame of Mind” on KERA TV in Dallas and is the Artistic Director of 3 Stars Cinema. He is a tenured professor at the University of Texas at Arlington. He is a former President of the Association of Independent Video and Filmmakers (AIVF), a for
mer (and founding) board member of Dallas Artists Research and Exhibition (DARE), and past Vice President of the Texas Association of Film and Tape Professionals (TAFTP), and co-founder of the Dallas Video Festival and the Video Association of Dallas. He has been a video columnist for The Dallas Morning News, Dallas Times Herald, and United Features Syndicate. Bart received an MFA in Film Directing from Columbia University.

 

ABOUT LONE STAR FILM FESTIVAL

Lone Star Film Festival As a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, the Lone Star Film Society brings the world of cinema to Fort Worth each November through the presentation of the Lone Star Film Festival (LSFF).  This five-day celebration focuses on the art of independent film and the creatives behind the content.  LSFF also serves to showcase the City of Fort Worth as a potential production location, continually encouraging filmmakers to create and inspire within its borders. www.LoneStarFilmFestival.com

ABOUT BLANC COWORK + STUDIO

BLANC cowork + studio is a unique creative studio and collaborative workspace in the heart of Fort Worth that is focused on creative professionals. With over 7,000 sq. ft. of converted warehouse space, BLANC offers multiple photo + video studios, event space, private offices and versatile open workspaces making it the ideal place to both work and play. https://www.blancfw.com/

ABOUT FORT WORTH FILM COMMISSION

The Fort Worth Film Commission serves as a beacon for Fort Worth’s creative class, to provide opportunities to local crew by pitching projects to film in Fort Worth and supports on-the-ground needs of productions such as locations, permitting and more. Since its founding in 2015, the film commission has worked with hundreds of projects and driven $47 million in economic impact. Highlights of projects include films such as: A Ghost Story, The Old Man & the Gun, Never Goin’ Back, No Future, Miss Juneteenth and 12 Mighty Orphans, 1883 and Lawmen:Bass Reeves. www.filmfortworth.com

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Feb 25, 2024, 2:00 PM
Fort Worth
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