NALIP Discount for 'No Budget Film School,' Nov. 9-10

NO BUDGET FILM SCHOOL PRESENTS:
"The Art & Science of No-Budget Filmmaking"
Saturday & Sunday, November 9 & 10, 2013 * 9:30am - 6:00pm
Raleigh Studios - Los Angeles, CA

For more information and to register, visit:

"The absolute best class you can take on how to make your own low/no budget film. Seriously." - Signe Olynyk, Founder, Great American Pitchfest; Writer/Producer, Below Zero

No Budget Film School presents its famed two-day micro-budget filmmaking class in Los Angeles November 9 & 10, 2013.  Specifically designed for no-budget filmmakers who are ready to make their own projects, the lessons, tools, and techniques gained will maximize limited resources and minimize critical errors that can doom otherwise worthy projects.  Producer Mark Stolaroff--former principal of IFC's Next Wave Films--and guest experts teach the specific methods, models and priorities unique to micro-budget filmmaking, whether the budget is $200,000 or $200, in this in-depth, one-of-a-kind class. Attendees will walk away with powerful ideas that they can use immediately, saving them time and money.  These cutting edge techniques can NOT be found in a book, at film school, or in other film classes.

Guest speakers include:

Peter Broderick (President, Paradigm Consulting). Considered one of the world's leading authorities on alternative distribution strategy, Peter will be giving an empowering presentation on Hybrid Distribution and Crowdfunding.

Destin Cretton (Writer/Director). Destin will discuss his two recent feature film hits: the no-budget I Am Not A Hipster, which premiered in the 2012 Sundance Film Festival; and Nicholls Fellowship winning Short Term 12, which was picked up for distribution out of the 2013 SXSW film festival (after winning both the Grand Jury Prize and Audience Award) by Cinedigm and is currently playing in theaters across the country. Short Term 12 is one of the best-reviewed films of the year and is earning high praise and Oscar buzz for its star Brie Larson.

Matt Radecki (Writer/Director/Producer/Editor).  An award-winning director and producer, Matt is also the founder of the indie-friendly post house Different By Design. Matt will go over post production on a micro-budget film.

Calvin Lee Reeder (Writer/Director). Calvin's shot-on-film $14,000 feature The Oregonian premiered in the 2011 Sundance Film Festival and was released in 2012.  His newest feature, The Rambler, starring Dermot Mulroney, premiered in the 2013 Sundance and was released by Anchor Bay in June.

Other Speakers To Be Announced.

FREE SCREENWRITING SOFTWARE!!!
All attendees will receive Movie Magic Screenwriter Software absolutely FREE! (a $250 Value!). Attendees will also receive special discounts on Quick Film Budget's innovative budget-making tool, and on LightSPEED eps' new cloud-based production management system.

If you're through talking about being a filmmaker and ready to become one, this will be the most practical filmmaking course you will ever take!

NALIP DISCOUNT:
NALIP members are eligible for a special discount: 20% off the regular prepaid price! Students with a valid Student ID save even more. Attend both days or either day individually.

To get the discount:
1. Go to No Budget Film School Event Registration/Payment page: http://nobudgetfilmschool.eventbrite.com/
2.  Click ENTER PROMOTIONAL CODE at the bottom right-hand corner of the Ticket Information section.  Type NALIP and click APPLY DISCOUNT. You will see the prices adjust for your discount.

AND...

No Budget Film School is also presenting Tom Provost's "Cinema Language: The Art of Storytelling" class the following weekend, November 16-17, and there is a special discount for students who take both classes, in addition to the 20% discount. Tom will be joined by famed screenwriter and USC professor Janet Scott Batchler, who will be giving her powerful "How To Pitch" seminar. More information on Cinema Language can be found here: http://cinemalanguage.eventbrite.com

Can't make the class? For more information on future classes and to sign up for the No Budget Newsletter, please visit: http://www.NoBudgetFilmSchool.com/