The Film Institute at Montclair State and the Montclair Film Festival present "Behind the Screen"
The Film Institute at Montclair State and the Montclair Film Festival have partnered once again to present the Behind the Screen. The program consists of a full day of workshops that are free and open to the public, and held on Montclair State campus.
Behind the Screen program is designed for students and adults from all backgrounds to discover the process for building a career in film and television through engagement with leading industry professionals. This year’s program focuses on television production, virtual reality, interactive storytelling, and strategies for crowd funding film projects, marking the first time that careers in interactive disciplines have been highlighted at Behind the Screen.
The full day program will be held in University Hall Rm 1070 from 10 AM - 5:30 PM. Behind the Screen participants may register for the following workshops:
Master Class in Writing for Late Night TV with Glenn Eichler (Late Night with Stephen Colbert, The Colbert Report)
Directing for Film and TV with Tom Vaughan (The Royals, What Stays in Vegas)
Editing for Serialized Television with Sheri Bylander (The Americans)
Virtual Reality: How Does It Work with Stina Hamlin (Cardboard City)
Interactive Storytelling workshop with Alex Vlack (Interlude/Eko)
How to Crowdfund Your Film through Seed and Spark with Greg Cohan
Montclair State students must register and choose which workshops they will attend. To register, please visit: Behind the Screen.