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Finding Your Voice And Your Audience w/ Lowell Dean
October 19, 2019 @ 10:00 am - 4:00 pm$125 – $250
*Only a few spots available!*
Writer & Director Lowell Dean will discuss the challenges and rewards of making independent genre films in Canada. Lowell will present a case study of the WolfCop films and tackle far ranging topics such as coming up with the “right” idea, how to finance your project, the rigours of low budget production and what happens when you finally release your feature film into the wild. Lowell will also focus specifically on the director’s perspective; how to interpret a script, how to prepare for a shoot day, and some important lessons he learned in post-production.
SATURDAY OCTOBER 19th, 2019
CineVic Members $125
Lowell Dean is a filmmaker with a talent for the twisted, known for his fresh concepts and visual imagination. He has directed children’s television such as OPIE’S HOME & HI OPIE (Marble Media and the Jim Henson Company), the true crime re-enactment series BLOOD, LIES AND ALIBIS (Discovery ID), the documentary series HOLLYWOOD: SASKATCHEWAN (Minds Eye Entertainment), the zombie feature film 13 EERIE (Don Carmody Productions and Minds Eye Entertainment) and the National Screen Institute developed post-apocalypse action feature SUPERGRID (Echolands Creative Group). In addition to his feature film work, Lowell is currently focused on writing and developing original properties for comic books and television.
… and don’t miss the double-bill screening of WolfCop and Another WolfCop on Friday October 18th at The Vic Theatre! Get Tickets >>
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CineVic is pleased to bring Lowell to Victoria as part of THE INCUBATORS film training and mentorship program.
Please note that these single workshop tickets DO NOT include private mentorship. Participants must register for the entire program to receive access to one-on-one sessions.
Interested in honing your film idea with 10 workshops over the next 8 months? We still have a couple seats available!
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CineVic is an accessible venue with street-level access from Millie’s Lane between Yates Street and Johnson Street.
CineVic acknowledges and respects the long history of the Lekwungen speaking people, now known as the Songhees and Esquimalt Nations, on whose traditional and unceded territory we carry out our activities.
CineVic gratefully acknowledges the financial assistance and support of Canada Council for the Arts, Province of British Columbia, British Columbia Arts Council, and the CRD Arts Commission.