Feature Film School is preparing to enrol students for its third term. The deal is simple 12 weeks of workshops then you shoot a movie.
Feature Film School is a brand new training model for screenwriters, filmmakers and actors and is solely based on the structure of feature film production.
Feature Film School was founded by film producer Matthew Toman and unlike other acting courses FFS is run in conjunction with a film production company and uses current working screenwriters, producers, directors and cinematographers to train and develop emerging talent.
Every aspect of the FFS program is identical to the format used by film studios and filmmakers when in the production of a project. Students of Feature Film School are not treated as students, instead, they are treated as industry professionals on a working set. The workshops mimic each step of the film production process from screenwriting and script development to blocking and rehearsals with the actors to pre-production and production with the cinematographers and film crews.
FFS has moved into 8 Cecilia St, Temple Bar, the iconic Temple Lane Studios for term 3, with the resulting movie to be directed by award-winning director Daniel F Holmes.
The term one movie Urban Traffik directed by Jason Figgis and the term two movie Release, directed by Ger Walsh, will both screen at this year’s Richard Harris International Film Festival.Urban Traffik has already secured a distribution deal and Release is due to be released early next year.
Limited spaces are still available on the course. Contact FFS now.