Two-day Film School with Dov Simens

THE MOVIEMAKER INSTITUTE: PORTLAND SERIES

February 7-8: Dov Simens’ 2-Day Film School

What do Quentin Tarantino, Guy Ritchie, Will Smith and Baz Luhrmann all have in common? All are former students of Dov Simens’ famed 2-Day Film School, and have gone on to write, direct and produce critically and commercially successful films – and Mr. Simens’ 75,000 students have gone on to gross over $14 billion at the box office.

This crash-course seminar focuses on selling scripts & financing features. Discover a proven systematic method to write, produce, and direct your first feature film cost-effectively while securing global distribution and profits.

For over 20 years, Dov Simens taught his famed “2-Day Film School” to sold-out theaters and auditoriums around the world. Now, MovieMaker Magazine is proud to present Mr. Simens in a one-time-only engagement in Portland, Oregon. Space is limited – reserve your spot today! Discover why over 75,000 filmmakers, screenwriters, producers, directors, writers and actors around the world have learned the secrets of independent filmmaking from Dov Simens, voted by the National Association of Film Schools as America’s “#1 Film Instructor.”

GENERAL ADMISSION: $175
STUDENT ADMISSION: $125
AFFILIATE ADMISSION: $150

For more information or to register go to: http://www.moviemaker.com/moviemaker-institute/

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