The San Diego Christian Film Festival will host an intensive Two-Day Screenwriting and Filmmaking Workshop April 24-25 at Point Loma Nazarene University for emerging writers and storytellers. The instructors will be Richard Krevolin and Alan Hueth, industry insiders with five decades of experience between them.
The affordable workshop is designed to explore story structure, character development, and other necessary elements to visual storytelling. Day one is a classroom setting, and is not limited in attendance. Day two is limited to 20 students, and will include private one-on-one story review sessions with Professors Krevolin and Hueth.
Early-bird cost for two days is $245 until April 4. After April 4, the price is $295.
Day 1 Lecture class only: Full Cost: $95 – Early Bird Cost until April 4: $75.
To register or for more information: sdchristianfilmfestival.com
About Richard Krevolin: Richard Krevolin is a playwright, screenwriter, and teacher, and author. He is a graduate of Yale University and UCLA’s School of Cinema-Television, has several screenplays and stageplays under option and in development.
About Alan Hueth: Alan Hueth is professor of communication at Point Loma Nazarene Univerisity. He has written, produced, directed, shot, or edited dozens of corporate media programs, PBS documentaries, college sports, and news programming.
About the San Diego Christian Film Festival: The first annual San Diego Christian Film Festival is accepting entries now for the inaugural event scheduled for Dec. 27-30, 2010, at the Performing Arts Plaza at San Diego State University.
"The San Diego Christian Film Festival is an opportunity to give voice to the Christian creative community," said Bagdazian, SDCFF founder.
Saturday, April 24, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Sunday, April 25, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Location: Point Loma Nazarene University Get Directions (Google Map)