For ambitious filmmakers on a modest budget, the webseries is the format to consider. Not only is it affordable and manageable for newbies, it allows you to build a loyal audience, and communicate with that audience directly.
The webseries allows you to break into the industry without breaking the bank.
In this one-day seminar and workshop, you will learn where the format comes from, who watches it and what the audience expects. Through a diversity of examples, you will learn what sort of web series are out there, which types have survived, and what the future is likely to look like.
We will teach you tools and techniques to help you write and produce your own show. Finally, you’ll learn how a web series can be financed and even make some money.
This one-day training seminar is for you if:
- you are a screenwriter willing to self-produce
- you want to have direct access to your audience
- you like to keep control of your creative work
- comedy is your preferred genre
- you struggle to break into television
- you are a filmmaker on a low budget
- you want to learn the ropes without going broke
ABOUT KAREL SEGERS
Karel Segers wrote his first produced screenplay at age 17. Today he is a story consultant, writer and producer, with experience in film rights acquisition, development and production. Karel is also a certified teacher whose lectures have inspired students in Australia, Europe, Asia and the Middle East. His clients include award-winning filmmakers, of which three Oscar-nominees. Karel is the founder of The Story Department and Logline It, and ranks among the world's most influential people for screenwriting on social media.