Sep 4, 2012

Art of Filmmaking: From Concept to Completion (Free Workshop)

Invitation to KCC students, faculty and staff:
Interested in the Art of Filmmaking? Attend this special FREE Workshop!

The Independent Feature Film: Concept to Completion
Friday, Sept 14, 1-3pm in KCC Tech Ed Multipurpose Rm 114

If you're interested in Performance or Literary Arts, Music, Photography, Digital Media, Film or TV, then you won't want to miss this special opportunity to learn more about what it takes to make an Independent Feature Film from the ground up. Using his island comedy "Get a Job" as a case study, Writer/Director/Producer Brian Kohne takes you on a funny and inspirational journey through the four major processes: Screenwriting, Production, Editing, and Marketing. Even if you're not an "artist" but just want to have a good time--come join the fun! You just might discover how you fit in to the magical puzzle that is the entertainment industry.

Brian Kohne - Writer/Director
Named as a "Person Who Made A Difference in 2011" by the Maui News, the Hawaii native is the creative force behind "Get a Job," an award-winning comedy starring Willie K, Eric Gilliom, Augie T, Jake Shimabukuro, Henry Kapono, Amy Hanaiali'i, and Mick Fleetwood. A Film and Art school graduate, Brian boasts a diverse work history as Music Producer, Sports Broadcaster, User-Interface Designer, Videographer, Concert Promoter, Educator, and Marketer. He is currently writing a new movie: "Brother's Kuleana."

See "Get A Job" at KCC. Sept 14 at 6 & 8 pm. Tickets only $10.