The sixth class in this series, a 6-hour class, taught by Tony Savant, will deconstruct and analyze the film, LITTLE MISS SUNSHINE, and it's Academy-Award winning script. We will use this film to explore the writing, directing, acting and cinematic contributions the actors and film artists made in telling this story.
Sunday, October 22, 2017
11 a.m. to 5 p.m.
We will break down the film, scene-by-scene. Content includes essential principles in screenwriting, story construction and film-making, discovering what the filmmaker and actors did to dramatize the theme/premise and the spines of the characters. Deconstructing the characters, including their three-dimensional design to understand how they were created specifically to tell this story.
A serious, detailed, intense, faced-paced class, instructive for all actors, writers, directors, producers… literally anyone in the business of making movies.
Great acting and powerful cast! Thematically strong, masterful writing, great direction and an award-winning script! Filmmaking of the highest quality!
If you want to make great movies, study and understand the best.
Watching the film in advance advised but not required.