Producing Master Class:
Date: December 5th, 2010 10am-5pm
Cost: $100 including tax (cash or cheque made out to Erin Faith Young)
This advanced course will delve into the creative and financial process of preparing film and television concepts for pitching in the Canadian market. Attendees are required to bring a written concept with them so they can learn where the money is, how to develop their project and where to find their audience. This one-day event is poised to help advance projects to a pitching stage.
There will be an overview of all the areas that are necessary to get your project off the ground; legal, financial, creative, and marketing tools prepared that are necessary to source all financing for your projects and commence production in the Canadian Industry.
Register by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or calling 519.836.9811
*Note: This workshop is being offered in partnership with Cache Film and Television/Erin Faith Young
About the Instructor
Erin Faith Young is the Academy Award and Emmy nominated
producer of the short documentary, HARDWOOD.
She then co-founded, Caché Film & Television, the production company that along with
her business partner Jennifer St. John, develops and produces thought provoking
and entertaining film, television and new media productions. Their slate of productions include: the
multiple festival award winning dramatic feature film THE END OF SILENCE (Distributed by Mongrel Media), LAUGHOLOGY (CTV, Canal D; premiered at Hot Docs 2009), wrote, directed and
co-produced the 1-hour documentary CROSSING
ATITLAN (SCN, CIDA; Best Documentary at Mexico International Film Festival), 4 PATHS TO PEACE (CTV) and recently
wrote and produced MUSIC FROM THE BIG
HOUSE (documentary channel & Bold; IDA’s Docuweeks Official Selection
& Best Canadian Documentary at Edmonton Film Festival), directed by Bruce
McDonald. As a creative producer, Erin’s
passion for creative collaboration has led her to writing and developing a new
slate of projects as well as teaching for the past five years at Ryerson’s
School of Chang (Excellence in