FALLBROOK — The Fallbrook Film Factory will host a workshop taught by Jimmy Marino, Charlie George and Noel Horwin called “The Anatomy of Creating a Production.”
The workshop will be introduced by Horwin, Fallbrook resident and host and executive producer for the TV series “Life in California.”
The workshop covers all the steps involved in putting together a production for TV or for the large screen, from idea ingenuity to improvisation.
“Fallbrook is an up-and-coming hotbed for film enthusiasts and filmmakers, as was demonstrated by the first annual Fallbrook Film Festival earlier this year,” commented George. “Jimmy, Noel and I are very pleased to be leading a workshop, in tandem with the Fallbrook Film Factory for anyone who’s interested in becoming involved in the film and video industry.”
The workshop will be given at the Fallbrook School of the Arts & Foundry, 310 East Alvarado, on October 16 from 6:30 p.m. until approximately 9 p.m.
The cost for the workshop is $10 for adults, $5 for students and is free to Fallbrook Film Factory members. Limited seating is available.
For more details or to register online, visit http://www.artstudiosoffallbrook.com (click on “classes,” then on “workshops”).