Cinema Workshops

"Randi is a great teacher. Depending where you are in the country, she does travel and teach also. I know from personal experience that when you say Randi was your teacher, other Script Supervisors are more comfortable referring you too."

- Michele Tedlis

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2018 Classes Available:
Los Angeles &
New York City

Offers

Early Bird 10% Discount

Register for select workshops and send in a deposit within 4 weeks of the first meeting to receive a 10% discount off the tuition. (The 10% Discount is not applicable towards the cost of the class workbooks)

Workshops available for the Early Bird 10% discount:

  • Beginning Script Supervising Part A
  • Script Supervising Part B: "Will it Cut"
  • Script Supervising Commercials
  • Director's Lab: A Step by Step Workshop for Micro-Budget Production

Review Sit-In

Once you have completed the "Beginning Script Supervising Part A Workshop" you may "sit-in" (for review) on a maximum of two sessions for no additional fee. If you choose to sit in on the entire schedule of the Beginning Script Supervising Workshop, there will be a reduced tuition fee of $300 and the cost of any updated workbooks which have been created since you previously attended the workshops.    
 
*Please Note: the Advanced Beginning Script Supervising Part B: "Will it Cut?" class is not included in the above review sit-in offer. It's structure, contents/subjects covered, etc., change throughout the year.  Guest speakers are often invited in to speak about subjects pertinent to the "working" script supervisor or script supervisor that wants to continue increasing their knowledge.

Referrals

Referrals to film projects will be an ongoing process once you have graduated from the course studies. Also, you will be on a list of referrals for script supervisors on non-union projects. CINEMA WORKSHOPS actively refers you to producers, etc., who email, seeking for script supervisors for their productions.

Consultation

Consultation is available with the instructor, before and after your first filmmaking project. It is strongly suggested that after your first projects you spend a consultation hour with the instructor going over your first experiences, notes, etc.

This extra session, after you graduate, provides you with an opportunity to go over your script supervising skills and review and ask questions that may have occurred during the filmmaking process.

 

Randi Feldman

randifeld@gmail.com or cinemaworkshops@gmail.com
Phone: 310.429.4864