I hope it's okay to post about this here. I saw a few questions about filmmaking workshops.
Bonnie Curtis (Saving Private Ryan, Minority Report, A.I. Artificial Intelligence)
Shane Hurlbut, ASC (Need for Speed, Terminator Salvation, We Are Marshall)
Alex Buono (DP SNL Film Unit, Green Street Hooligans)
Andy Baker ( SVP/Group Creative Director Nat Geo Channels)
Ryan Connolly (Film Riot)
Why Should You Choose Masters in Motion?
We may be a little biased but we believe that Masters in Motion is the best filmmaking workshop around. What do we think sets us apart?
Quality of Education
In any creative field, many things are subjective. That is why we always gather a diverse group of speakers who are all successful working professionals from various backgrounds. We have everyone from wedding filmmakers, to smaller boutique production houses to people working on Hollywood feature films and everything in between.
For Filmmakers, By Filmmakers
This workshop was founded by and is run by two filmmakers. We know firsthand what it’s like to struggle to make ends meet as a freelancer. We know how intimidating it can be to try to transition into the commercial world. We get it. We’ve not only been there, we never left. We have made a lifelong dedication to our own education and hope to continue to share that with everyone we can.
We Understand That People Learn Differently
Some people learn best in a lecture based environment, while others do better in a more intimate hands-on setting. We don’t think you should have to choose one or the other, which is why we have combined the best of both worlds. We have both lecture based presentations and a full day of break-out sessions.
We pour our heart and soul into this event every year. Our goals are the same as the day we started. We will continue to do everything in our power to keep growing this community, to offer the best educational resource possible, and to create the best environment possible to foster personal and professional growth.
We not only listen to feedback but we recognize it as an invaluable source of information to make sure we are always improving. We not only listen to feedback from attendees, presenters, and our staff but we act on it.