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How To Win An Oscar for Best Short Film

£17.99 GBP

Every year ONE filmmaker picks up this career changing award. Join us and go on that journey.

Transform your film making abilities, aspirations and career in ONE groundbreaking and inspirational masterclass with EXPERT film makers...

  • Learn the step by step process to get your film into the Oscars race.
  • Experience world class script development to make your screenplay the best it can be.
  • Meet the experts who made this film, to elevate your skillset.
  • Deep dive into the film sales and festivals experience so you can plan for success with your film.

'Astonishingly honest and generous. A world-class movie... deserves a world-class masterclass... AND THIS IS IT!
Pete, Manchester

Learn from over fourteen hours of intense, detailed and entertaining tutorials, broken into over twenty structured and indepth sessions. Filmed at the prestigious BAFTA theatre at the world premiere of Gone Fishing, and supported by PDF handouts, short reading assignments and practical exercises.

This film makers advanced course is run by Chris Jones, feature film veteran and author of the best selling Guerilla Film Makers Handbooks (with over 100,000 copies sold worldwide). The course will take you on the creative journey, from first idea, all the way through to premiere, awards and who knows, maybe the Oscars!

'Chris is a fantastic and honest motivational speaker and delivers some really solid content around the entire short film process, especially in areas that are traditionally skipped over by others'
James, Director, Melbourne

What People Are Saying:

'In the ever-expanding literature on film-making, where duplicate information is fast beginning to outweigh original sentiment, this inspirational seminar genuinely achieves that rarest of qualities – true uniqueness. No other resource more comprehensively and engagingly tackles the film production process from script to screen and beyond – simultaneously the antidote to, and finest example of, the director’s commentary.'

Jon Plant, Film Maker

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