The Art of Film Making

Doug King has been working in the entertainment industry for 29 years, developing television shows for Sony TriStar Television, writing feature and television screenplays, developing virtural reality projects, video games, theme park designs and digital video distribution.  He wrote, producted and directed the web series Trailer Shots (which lead to licensing the show to the Men's Health magazine website and TX21, the local independent television station), For Export Only, was hired to direct the web series LOADED, and The Baked Bros.

 

Doug was on the board of directors for three years with the Dallas Screenwriters Association, the author of the blog

www.loglinesrus.wordpress.com and the book Loglines, and owner of Day III Productions, Inc. (www.dayiiiprod.com) 

 

He has been invited by the SMU film department to speak to the producer course about the subject of digital production and distribution as well as the screenwriting classes on loglines and pitching.  He was asked by The Black List, the screenwriting resource, to host a monthly screenwriters Happy Hour.  Ask Doug for details.

 

WORKSHOP 1

Overview of Film Making in the Internet Age

         The Idea

                     Developing concepts (film, television, internet) 

                     Writing loglines and synopsis  

                     Basics of screenwriting

 

WORKSHOP 2

          Pre-Production:  Budgeting, Funding (Investors, Grants, Crowdfunding), Casting, Staffing, Table reads and rehearsals & Scheduling

          Production:  DIRECTING

 

WORKSHOP 3

         Post-Production:  Editing, Coloring, ADR, Score

         Marketing - finding your audience:  Festivals, Markets, SVOD

 

Take all 3 workshops for $350 or take 1 or 2 at $150/each - member pricing.  Non-members add 20%