Doctoring Your Doc: How to Structure Your Documentary
Led by Script & Documentary Doctor Fernanda Rossi, Author of The Independent monthly column "Ask the Doc Doctor" & D-Word member
Sat., April 24, 10am-5:30pm, in NYC
A full-day experiential hands-on workshop for producers, directors, writers, editors & composers
Stuck in the cutting room? Or maybe you've got lots of ideas and even footage but no clue where to get started? A solid structure is as necessary to your documentary as a strong script is to a narrative film. With hands-on exercises and analysis of films, this workshop can give you the guidelines you need to find solutions true to your documentary's style. If you like, bring your work-in- progress (notrequired to attend). Co-sponsored by CineWomen NY.
Where: Goldcrest Post, 799 Washington St. near 13th St., NYC
Directions: A, C, E, L, 1, 2, 3, and 9 to 14th St.
Cost: $95 AIVF members, Partner Organizations* and Students w/valid ID;
$115 General Public
$115 workshop pass with Trailer Mechanics registration (offered May 1 in 2 sessions)
*Partner Organizations: CineWomen NY, DCTV, IFP NY, DCTV and NALIP.
To RSVP and for more info: http://www.documentarydoctor.com/ workshops.html Register by April 21st. Limited seats.
For a map visit http://www.goldcrestpost.com/directions.