• NOTE: If you are submitting a casting call, the Virginia Film Office only posts paid positions unless it is for a student film.

D.C. – Line Producing two-day program with Marueen Ryan – March 9 & 10 – Fee

PGA CAPITAL REGION PRESENTS:
A LINE PRODUCING 2-DAY PROGRAM BY MAUREEN A. RYAN

This 2-day training course will teach members the essential skills of Line Producing – from pre-production through post-production. This step-by-step workshop focuses on what you need to know to line produce LOW BUDGET INDEPENDENT SCRIPTED projects, NOT studio films, network films/television or reality shows. Throughout the two days, you’ll learn how to breakdown a script, schedule and budget for low budget scripted film projects. Post-production topics will include deliverables and licensing. This is not an intro class – the expectation is that you know how to create/read a simple budget. The seminar is taught by PGA member/Producer Maureen A. Ryan.

*Please note there will be a homework assignment given out at end of Saturday in preparation for Sunday’s curriculum.

Dates: Saturday & Sunday, March 9 & 10, 2019

Time: 10:00 am-5:00 pm each day

Each day will include an hour for walkaway lunch
Coffee, Tea and Water will be provided each morning


Location: 
National Association of Broadcasters (NAB)
1771 N. Street NW
Washington, DC 20036

Tickets and Cancellation Deadline

PGA members’ discounted rate – $149/2-day seminar (early bird)

Non-member price $299/2 day seminar (after April 20th) plus $9.51 credit card processing fee

PURCHASE TICKETS HERE*: https://www.eventbee.com/v/hop1984/event?eid=126375054#/tickets
*By purchasing tickets, your contact information will be retained by a source outside of the PGA. Registration is for both days

Event details can also be found on the PGA website here.

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Curriculum:
Day 1 – 10:00am-5:00pm
• How to read a script / treatment
• Script breakdown
• Scheduling principles
• Stripboard creation
• How to schedule a day
• Call sheet creation
• Budgeting analysis and creation
• Budgeting line-by-line creation with budgeting assignment guidelines
 
Day 2 – 10:00am-5:00pm

• Budgeting assignment
• Pre-production timeline and duties
• Overview of union contracts
• Post production overview
• Licensing / Rights acquisition for music & archival
• Deliverables

Maureen A. Ryan is a producer based in New York concentrating on feature films and documentaries. She is co-producer of James Marsh’s “Man on Wire”, a documentary that won the Academy Award for Best Documentary and the BAFTA Award for Best British Film. She is also the Production Advisor for “Making a Murderer” for Netflix and Executive Producer for “Penny Black”, a non-fiction series. Her television credits also include Co-Executive Producer on “Stanistan”, an hour-long dramatic pilot for the USA Network. Ryan’s other producer credits include “Project NIM”, “The Gates”, “Bomber”, “Grey Gardens: From East Hampton to Broadway”, “The Team”, “The King”, “Torte Bluma”, “Last Hand Standing”, “Wisconsin Death Trip”, “1971 (Re-creations)” and “Mea Maxima Culpa: Silence in the House of God (Re-creations)”. Currently Chair and Director of Production at Columbia University’s Graduate Film program, her books include “Producer to Producer: A Step-by- Step Guide to Low Budget Independent Film Producing, 2nd edition” and “Film+Video Budgets, 6th Edition”. Additional awards for past work include two Sundance Awards, two BAFTAs, a Peabody award, an IDA award, three AICP awards, a Billboard award, a Freddie, a CMA award, an ACM award, 11 Addys and 5 Tellys. She has taught seminars in Beijing, China, Amman, Jordan, Kinshasa, Congo, New Orleans, LA, Washington, DC and Rockport, ME.

 

Ms. Ryan taught this program for WIFV a few years ago and it was very well-received.