NALIP Brings "Doing Your Doc" to Tucson, AZ, Dec. 6-8

Doing Your Doc: Diverse Visions, Regional Voices
December 6-8, 2013 in Tucson, Arizona

Do you have a trailer that is not bringing you money? Or worse, no demo at all? Are you stuck with hours of footage… and no idea where to start? Do you have a rough cut that puts everybody to sleep?

Join us for this unique chance to work with internationally renowned speaker Fernanda Rossi, story consultant to over 300 films including two Academy Award Nominees, and author of the book Trailer Mechanics. Also receive project mentoring on your documentary idea, proposal or trailer.

This intensive workshop is right for you, whether you are just beginning, have already shot footage, or have a rough cut and are seeking finishing funds.  "Doing your Doc" is designed especially for media makers in the diverse and local communities, preparing you to receive production funding and apply to national professional programs while developing your unique stories and views.

Presented by NALIP, The NEA Media Arts, and Film Tucson in association with the Hanson Institute, UA School of Theatre, Film & Television, POV, and LPB

Questions: 310-470-1061

What people are saying about Fernanda Rossi’s work and seminars:

"After being a finalist at ITVS Open Call four times, I finally won. That happened after I worked with Fernanda, who managed to connect the subtle dots between past panel feedbacks, proposals and works-in-progress."
The Lost Dream
Director/Producer Jehan S. Harney
ITVS recipient

"We had a trailer and lots of opposing comments from different people. When we had only three days left to submit to ITVS, she helped us finish our treatment and version of the sample work. We were selected!"
Sun Kissed
Director and Producer Maya Stark
ITVS recipient
 
"After a very informative and enlightening workshop with Fernanda, we put together a trailer and proposal. She was clear and unambiguous in her analysis, yet very respectful and supportive of our vision. In the end, the NFB took on the financing of the full production!"
The Last Spirit Flight
Co-directors Julia Szucs and Stephen Smith
National Film Board Production