Independent Film Arizona
Sunday, March 24th, 2019
5 - 7 PM
Author, Script Consultant
$5.00 IFA Members $10 non-members
March 24th 5-7 PM
IFA Members: $5.
(please bring cash or check to IFA)
The Collaborative Art of Filmmaking: From Script to Screen explores what goes into the making of Hollywood's greatest motion pictures. Join veteran script consultant Linda Seger as she examines contemporary and classic screenplays on their perilous journey from script to screen. This fully revised and updated edition includes interviews with over 80 well-known artists in their fields including writers, producers, directors, actors, editors, composers, and production designers. Their discussions about the art and craft of filmmaking – including how and why they make their decisions –provides filmmaking and screenwriting students and professionals with the ultimate guide to creating the best possible "blueprint" for a film and to also fully understand the artistic and technical decisions being made by all those involved in the process.
"It's like learning from the best."
Linda Seger is the author of fifteen books. Nine of these books are on screenwriting and filmmaking, including the best-selling
Making a Good Script Great,
Creating Unforgettable Characters,
and Writing Subtext.
She has consulted on over 2,000 scripts including over 50 produced feature films and over 35 produced television projects, and has given seminars in over 30 countries around the world.
ENDORSEMENTS FOR THIS 3rd Edition :
"A very thorough and fascinating look at the whole filmmaking process – the art and the craft. Highly readable and interesting for filmmakers or beginners with a special emphasis on the power of collaboration. A well researched insider's guide – like taking the hand of accomplished filmmakers and learning from the best."
Ron Howard, Director and Co-Founder of Imagine Entertainment
"An invaluable overview of how movies are made, from script through release, brought to life through revealing interviews with the people involved, including producers, writers, directors, and the many artists behind and in front of the camera."
Joanna E. Rapf, Professor Emerita, University of Oklahoma
PRAISE FOR THE PREVIOUS EDITIONS:
"This book does an excellent job of clarifying and defining the often misunderstood role of the producer in the filmmaking process. Lively and well written, it's a unique resource for film professionals and movie buffs alike. We need more books like it."
Kathleen Kennedy, E.T., Solo: A Star Wars Story, Jurassic Park
"Insightful, instructive and a great read to boot."
Akiva Goldsman, A Beautiful Mind, The Da Vinci Code, Batman & Robin
Regular IFA Meeting
April 2 - 7 PM
Add Production Value,
Keep 'em Safe
& Indie-Film Budget Friendly
With Tucson Stunt Experts
Greg DeBenedetti &
& Special Guest Speakers on Pyrotechnics & Explosions
Tucson native with over 20 years in the film industry and a deep affinity for independent film makers. I was the stunt lead at Old Tucson from '98-'03 and have since performed in dozens of commercials, TV shows, movies, live performances and still photography shoots.
I am also a business owner, professional voice actor and photographer because today's environment requires diversification.
Stunt Director - Old Tucson Studios, Western Movie Historian, Actor and Tour Guide. Martin Freese is an actor, known for films such as The Gundown (2011), Dual (2008) and Hot Bath an' a Stiff Drink 2.
IFA meets at the JCC - 3800 E. River Road
2nd floor - Multi-Purpose Room
Join us for the
IFA Yearly Fundraiser
Saturday, March 30th 2019
Zombie Workshop - 1-3 PM
With Zombie Wrangler Rick Wamer
(Learn how to move and act like a Zombie)
Learn how to do Zombie Make-up
with Canidce D Omme, Michael Aguirre
& Patrick Reed of Tucson Zombies
Be and Extra in a Horror Film - 3-5 PM
Directed by Hollywood Horror Genius
Participate in The Zombie Parade - 5-6 PM
All at the Tucson Mall
Harley's Toys and Comics
4500 North Oracle Road (near Wetmore)
Lower Level- Near Sears & JCPenney
Donation and Admission to Event
Register ASAP at
Actors, Zombies, Damsels in Distress
Make-Up and Special Effects People
Filmmakers & Editors
SPECIAL PRIZES for Best Zombies
Come Camera Ready if you can.
Bring water, and a folding chair or towel to sit on.
Continuous Learning Series: Six Week Classes
* SCENE STUDY - Mondays - 6 PM -
March 4- April 8, 2019
* MONOLOGUES THAT KILL- Thursdays 6 PM
March 7 - April 11, 2019
$175 for series of 6 classes or $300 for both series
Drop-in Class Rate $35.
Next door to Third From the Right Talent Agency
3227 N. First Ave (Ft. Lowell) Tucson, AZ 85719
Taught by: Genie Joseph
Great Networking Meeting
Tucson Theatre Announcement List
TucsonStage.com for subscription information