OF+MO Film School Video Series
OF+MO FILM SCHOOL VIDEO SERIES
As we count down to the 2021 deadCenter Film Festival, the Oklahoma Film + Music Office (OF+MO) is excited to share our OF+MO Film School video series, which originally streamed at the 2020 festival. OF+MO Film School provides introductory courses on film topics from some of the state’s top working film professionals.
Stay tuned! New episodes will be released weekly leading up to this year’s deadCenter Film Festival June 10-20, including never-before-seen bonus episodes.
Intro to Production
“Intro to Production” features Oklahoma film professional Nathan Gardocki of NGP Productions detailing expectations and responsibilities for those just beginning their careers working on professional film and television productions.
Make-up & Hair
Let the transformation begin! This week’s course on “Make-up & Hair” features Oklahoma film professionals Toni Marlo (“13 Minutes”, “She’s the Eldest”) and Alex Ford (“13 Minutes”, “Wildlife”) breaking down the roles of their respective departments and how they collaborate with the film team to help bring the script’s characters to life on-screen.
You’ve made a film, now what? This introductory course on “Post Production” details what happens after the filming is complete and the production heads into the editing process for final presentation/distribution. Led by Jacob Snovel of Perm Machine (“Climate of the Hunter”, “Mickey Reece’s Alien”), this course also features an exclusive video tour of one of Oklahoma City’s top post-production facilities, Castle Row Studios and Post Hero with owner Garrett Starks.
It all starts with a good attitude and strong work ethic. Join Oklahoma Film & TV Academy co-founder Richard Janes and industry professional Alisha East (ABC’s “Modern Family”, “Golden Arm”) for a conversation on the importance of set etiquette for those working across all departments of film and television productions.
Set Etiquette BONUS VIDEO
Join us for a brand new, never previously streamed continuation of our OF+MO Film School course on “Set Etiquette”. It all starts with a good attitude and strong work ethic. Hear from Oklahoma Film & TV Academy co-founder Richard Janes and industry professional Alisha East (ABC’s “Modern Family”, “Golden Arm”) with BONUS tidbits on the importance of set etiquette for those working across all departments of film and television productions.
This course on screenwriting features Oklahoma film professional WGA screenwriter Matt Payne (“24”, “Vegas”) highlighting introductory principals and methods of screenplay composition for film and television.