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How to Produce Anything!
Starts October 26
2 sessions: Saturday-Sunday, October 26-27, 10am-2pm
Learn successful producing strategies from Jim Gambone, who has independently produced and distributed films, TV shows, national and international teleconferences, radio programs and commercials, music videos, community media events, and much more over his 30 years of media work. He’ll distill his experiences into practical recommendations, provide case studies from his own work to help you become a better producer, and take time to consider and answer questions about projects you want to produce.
You’ll leave the workshop feeling more confident about your producing abilities and having more strategies in your media toolbox for overcoming obstacles you’ll probably face with your own productions. Participants will be expected to e-mail the following to Jim at firstname.lastname@example.org in advance of the workshop: a résumé, plus a description of workshop expectations and a details of a specific project you’re considering.
Tuition: $175 regular/$130 member/$100 low-income
Jim Gambone has a Ph.D. in Sociology and Education, with a specialization in multilingual and multicultural education. He is fluent in Spanish after spending two years in Colombia, SA as a Peace Corps volunteer. Jim designs and teaches online Graduate courses in the School of Human Services and Public Safety at Capella University. He is a national and international expert on generational and intergenerational relationships, a published author of four books and over one hundred articles, and a sought after motivational speaker. He served on the Board of Capella for thirteen years as it grew from a university with 27 learners to an accredited institution with 27,000 learners in 56 countries. He chairs the Board of CLIMB Theater, Minnesota’s largest educational theater company serving 275,000 children each year.
Jim is a cofounder of Points of View Productions Inc., a family-run company dedicated to bringing the five living generations together with respect, caring, and cooperation that provides training, consulting, products, design, and motivational speaking on a wide range of issues affecting all generations living in an aging society.
Class Registration Guidelines & Cancellation Policy
- Space is assigned on a first-come basis. Registrations must include payment in full. Registrations are accepted after registration deadlines if space is available.
- If minimum enrollment has not been reached by 7 days prior to the start date of a class, FilmNorth may cancel it, in which case registrants will immediately be notified and receive a full refund within 2 business days. A check will be issued for registrations that were paid in cash. In lieu of a refund, students have the option of applying their tuition to another class scheduled in the same calendar year.
- For those wishing to cancel a registration prior to the class registration deadline, 100% of the tuition will be refunded minus a $25 administrative fee. For registration cancellations received after the registration deadline but prior to the first class session, 50% of the tuition will be refunded minus a $25 administrative fee. As of 5:00 pm the day prior to a class start date, no refunds or credits/exchanges will be given (Friday at 5:00 pm for Sunday classes).
- Tuition is not prorated for missed class sessions.