Tue, Feb 21|
How to be an Effective Producer
Understand the roles and responsibilities of an effective Producer, particularly of smaller/low-budget projects.
Time & Location
Feb 21, 5:00 PM – 7:00 PM HST
About the event
Learn and understand the roles and responsibilities of a Producer, particularly on smaller/low-budget projects.
In this workshop, you will:
- Review the basic role of a Producer from pre-production, through production, and into post/distribution/marketing/film festivals.
- Focus on smaller/low-budget projects, where the producer often wears many, many hats, and discuss how to juggle those responsibilities.
- Discuss Producer vs. Director roles and when they overlap and complement each other.
- Learn about the various ways producers can make a living and the different kinds of projects that need producers (from photo shoots to feature films)
- Q&A about production/producing/film-making.
Instructor: Jana Park Moore
Born on Oahu and raised on Molokai, Jana fell in love with story-telling while performing in her first theater production at age 5 with Honolulu Theatre for Youth. Soon after, she moved to Molokai and produced her first play at age 8. Since then she has been acting, directing, and producing every chance she gets. She's produced ten award-winning short films and 2 Hawai'i-based feature films, performed in over a dozen plays, starred in multiple television and radio commercials, written 3 plays, co-written 5 films, and appeared multiple times as a co-star on the CBS show Hawaii 5-0. Short films she produced include "E Mālama Pono Willy Boy" which won the audience award for Best Short Film at the Hawai'i International Film Festival 2022, "Dillon" which won Best Short Film and Best Cinematography at the Worldwide Women's Film Festival and "The Baby Lū'au," which was screened at ten international film festivals and nominated for Best Short Film at the Long Beach International Film Festival.Jana has also worked as the Location Manager and Production Coordinator for the Discovery Channel Show "Deadliest Catch Bloodline" for three seasons, as well as served as Director and/or Producer on dozens of productions with a variety of local and international companies and organizations including Kamehameha Schools, Disney, Louis Vuitton, Sacred Hearts Academy, Adobe, The Hawaii LGBT Legacy Foundation, Aloha Animal Sanctuary, and more. She is currently Producing a Documentary on the 60th Anniversary of the Merrie Monarch and will serve as the Production Manager for the Live Show. She serves as the Executive Director of Hawai'i Filmmakers Collective, where she supports local filmmakers/filmmaking.
Open to women and girls (cis/trans), femmes, non-binary, gender-fluid and gender-queer of all ages and all skill levels
Time: 4:00 pm to 6:00 pm.
Date: Tuesday, February 21, 2023
Hawaiʻi Women in Filmmaking advocates for women and girls (cis/trans), femmes, non-binary, gender-fluid and gender-queer to tell their stories through film with an intersectional lens.
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