Creative Written and Screen Written Worshop. Instructor: Rafael Urrea Soto. The participants will learn how to write a screen play for shorts or full lenght films, and for short stories. The lab is theoric and practical at the same time. The stories will be developed to be ready to go into production. Mr Urrea Soto is a poet and screen writer. He collaborated with the director and screen writer Victor Gaviria from Colombia in the film “La Mujer del Animal”, 2016 Toronto Film Festival. With his film “Trafico de Miedo” he obtained the Iberemedia Award for full lenght film in 2007. He has been the director of the screen writing lab of FELT since 2014. He is a member of the Ivoice Communications Inc. in New York and of the ONE SIDE Rental House in Medellin Colombia. The class is conducted in Spanish. You can write in English or Spanish.
The Allen Davis Playwriting Lab announces its Winter Season starting January, 2017. The Winter Season will consist of ten weekly sessions of two and half hours for intermediate and professional playwrights. Lab sessions will take place on Tuesday evenings from 7:00 pm to 9:30 pm starting on January 10th. Playwrights interested in participating in the Lab on an intermediate level must have experience writing well-developed scenes. Professional playwrights must have written a full-length produceable level script. An additional Beginners Lab open to all will be added on Monday evenings from 7:00 pm to 9:30pm starting on January 9th if there are sufficient people interested. All sessions will be held at the FELT studio, located at The Clemente (Cultural Center), 107 Suffolk St., Studio 311, New York, N.Y. 10002. The cost is $300.00
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“WORKSHOP IN ACTING” Gloria Zelaya (Instructor) Beginners and intermediate level. MS. Zelaya is the Artistic Producing Director of FELT Theater and Film Production. A simple eclectic approach to acting drawing from various acting techniques. This class will cover improvisation techniques, scene and monologue study. The workshop will encourage the student’s sense of play, freedom and spontaneity. Dates: Every Thursday from 6:30 to 8:30 P.M. Gloria Zelaya is Artistic Producing Director, and a founder of The Fantastic Experimental Latino Theater Inc. (FELT). She is also Co-Theatre Arts Director and a founder of Around the Block. Ms. Zelaya studied Theater Arts both in NYC and in France (where she was awarded scholarship by the French government). She has extensive experience directing for various companies. She is a member of the P.D.U. Playwrights, Directors Unit of the Actor’s Studio.
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“WATERCOLOR FOR BEGINNERS” Hector Marin-Arias, MFA. (Instructor) With more than fifty years of experience. Has participated in exibits and art competitions in Europe and America. His training began in Nicaragua under the direction of Master Rodrigo Peñalba. He traveled through Central America, Panama and Europe where he continued his training. He has a BA from Queens College and a MFA from Brooklyn College, NYC. Mr. Marin-Arias has more than twenty years of teaching experience. No Previous Experience Needed. The clase will provide the art materials. http:www.hmartstudio.com Every Monday: First class: 12:00 to 2:00 PM. Second class: 2:00 to 4:00 P.M.