By Stephanie Ciccarelli
September 28, 2008
Want to get into movie trailers?
The first-ever movie trailer workshop held by Don Morrow, a contemporary and friend of the late Don LaFontaine, will take place in Sacramento at Nakamoto Productions November 1st, 2008.
He originated today™s trailer style delivery with then trailer film editor, the late Don LaFontaine, in the late fifties.
à¹ Saving Private Ryan
à¹ A Fistful of Dollars
à¹ The Good, the Bad and the Ugly
à¹ Hang ˜Em High
à¹ The Dirty Dozen
à¹ The Prince of Egypt
à¹ The Talented Mr. Ripley
à¹ The Ciderhouse Rules
à¹ Omega Man
à¹ Snow falling on Cedars
à¹ Blue Water
à¹ White Death
à¹ Far From the Madding Crowd
And hundreds more!
Don will personally direct you recording an actual trailer. He will also demonstrate microphone techniques, voice projection and intensity levels as well as teach you about the elements of a trailer demo and how to start your career.
Seating is limited for this workshop. Early bird tuition is $175 by Oct. 15th, thereafter, it will be $200.
When: November 1st, 2008, 10:30 am-1:30 pm
Where: Nakamoto Productions, 907 20th St, Sacramento, California 95814
Price: $175 until Oct. 15th, thereafter and at the door: $200
This is the first Trailer Workshop ever held by Don Morrow and you'll be some of the first to learn in a group setting from his decades of experience.
For Reservations, call Ray at Nakamoto Productions: 916-447-6435
Or email Ray Nakamoto: Ray@nakamotoproductions.com
StephanieRelated Topics: Don LaFontaine, Don Morrow, how to, Movie Trailers, Theatrical Trailers, workshop
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