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.
Who is Don Morrow?
He originated today™s trailer style delivery with then trailer film editor, the late Don LaFontaine, in the late fifties.
Don Morrow has voiced theatrical trailers for:
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!
The Movie Trailer Workshop:
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