Directors Access FREE Workshop!
Hello creatives! We want to cordially invite you to a FREE open house for Jeremy Wechter’s "Directors Access Workshop" being held on Sunday, January 31st beginning at 5:30pm at the renowned Gotham Writers Workshop located at 555 8th Avenue New York, NY 10018 on the 14th floor. So, what can you expect? The short version is this is a hands-on experience to improve the film director’s ability of working with actors through methods of analyzing the script, communicating and collaborating with actors, evaluating performances, shaping the scene with adjustments and staging the scene with blocking. Basically, this workshop is a way for directors to work directly with actors in a way that most have never had a chance to do while in film school. "Directors Access Workshop" is a fun and safe place to explore your craft of directing the actor while expanding your director’s toolbox and skill set. When a scene is not working, directors often make a misdiagnosis of where the problem emanates. This workshop is a great opportunity to discover how to correct that common mistake by learning all six points of Jeremy’s ACCESS method. During the workshop you’ll learn to diagnose a performance problem accurately, so the correct method of adjustment can be implemented. This workshop is open to directors of all experience levels. Following the workshop we will have sign ups available for anyone interested in taking the 8 week course. To ensure your spot in the workshop’s open house, please sign up here on Verlocal. Looking forward to seeing you there!
Jeremy Wechter is a filmmaker, screenwriter, script consultant, theater director, and teacher. He wrote and directed the supernatural, horror feature indie movie, EVIL ALIVE. Jeremy teaches at Gotham Writers Workshop and Actors Technique New York. He has also taught at New York Film Academy and The Cinema School. Jeremy serves as host/ instructor for the Meetup.com group the Movie Appreciation Club. He also co-wrote and directed the Off-Broadway Musical Comedy “Little House on the Ferry.” Jeremy has also directed a number of plays for various NYC theaters including Center Stage, Arts for All and The American Theatre of Actors. In addition, Jeremy has written screenplay coverage for companies including Goldcrest Films, Killer Films and Scriptapalooza script coverage service. And Jeremy offers a screenplay consulting and development service called Script Weaver. Jeremy attended both the Maryland Institute College of Art (MICA) and New York University Film School, Tisch School of the Arts where he received his degree in Film and Video. To learn more about Jeremy's upcoming feature-length horror movie "like" Evil Alive Movie on Facebook and follow Evil Alive Movie on Twitter.
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