Hawaii Doc Club is a virtual 8-week documentary filmmaking workshop based in Hawai’i. New courses start Feb 6, 2021. Courses include: Developing Your Documentary Film Story and Discovering Your Documentary in Post-Production.
Also, HDC recently launched a new program for Hawai’i filmmakers to receive industry and peer feedback on a rough cut or fine cut of their short documentary films called DOCS-IN-PROGRESS. This new program is FREE for director/producer based in Hawaii or for films with subject matter pertaining to Hawaii. Films will be selected on a rolling basis.
To learn more about the filmmaking workshops and how to apply for tuition assistance, join an upcoming, virtual info session with Alison Week, founder of the program.
INFO SESSION DATE: JAN 26, 2021 05:00 PM Hawaii
LINK TO REGISTER FOR UPCOMING INFO SESSION:
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.
More about Hawai’i Doc Club:
Alison Week is originally from Kailua-Kona, Hawai’i. She founded Hawai’i Doc Club to share her love of non-fiction storytelling with an emerging creative arts community across Hawai’i and empower them with the tools to tell their own stories through film. Join her as she walks you through what it takes to make a documentary film from a practical and creative producing perspective while you workshop your own short film, feature, or docu-series.
- Last day to apply for the Winter workshop scholarship is Feb 3rd.
- Last day to register for the Winter workshop is Feb 5th.
- Class sizes are limited.
To register for the class, apply for the scholarship or learn more about the workshop here: https://www.hidocclub.com/
Direct any questions in the meantime to Alison at: firstname.lastname@example.org