Weekend Film Workshop “Cinema Language: the Art of Storytelling” comes to Fort Worth
– four terrific courses designed for both the film professional and the avid filmgoer.
Los Angeles based “Cinema Language” is an intensive and highly entertaining exploration of the narrative art of cinema that will help filmmakers:
- Write a much better script and make a much better movie.
- Approach scripts and projects with the confidence of even the most seasoned professional.
- Create a 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.
The workshop will be held on March 5th & 6th at the Fort Worth Community Arts Center, 9am to 6pm. Full weekend ($150) and single day tickets ($75) are available online here. Walk up tickets ($200/weekend, $100/single day) will be available the day of.
WHAT: “Cinema Language: the Art of Storytelling” with Tom Provost
WHEN: Saturday, March 5, 2016 – Sunday, March 6, 2016 (9am – 6pm each day)
WHERE: Fort Worth Community Arts Center, 1300 Gendy St, Fort Worth, TX 76107
COST: Weekend ($150) and Day passes ($75) are on sale now. http://www.eventbrite.com/e/cinema-language-the-art-of-storytelling-tickets-19893371610
About Lone Star Film Society
The Lone Star Film Society (LSFS) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that exists to cultivate an appreciation and understanding of the moving image as an art form while showcasing the City of Fort Worth. The Society accomplishes this mission through year-round film screenings, educational workshops and collaborative community partnerships. LSFS annually presents their signature event, the Lone Star Film Festival in Sundance Square, which takes place in beautiful downtown Fort Worth.