To get this video free, type $0 in the price box, then click I Want This.
In this free video, professional storyboard artist and illustrator Anthony Sturmas reviews how he works with filmmakers and writers to create the artwork they need to make movies and produce books.
Topics covered in this interview:
- What storyboard artists need in order to work with filmmakers.
- How long it takes to get storyboards created.
- When storyboard artists work on set with filmmakers.
- How storyboard artists work with filmmakers and authors to illustrate scenes
- How to negotiate rates and pay artists
- Work for hire and other arrangements
By the time you finish your review of this video you should have a solid understanding of what you need in order to work with artists to bring your work to life.
“ Nancy you are amazing. Thank you for doing all this to benefit all of us newcomers. ” — DP
“ Very relevant and helpful. Nancy, you're doing a great job! Thank you! ”
— Pamela Davis
“ Nancy is amazing and such a gift to the filmmaking community. ”
— Jim Henson
“ Nancy, you amaze me with your giving spirit and ability to bring such great guests on board. Thanks for all you do to help us excel in our careers. ”
— Susan Shearer
“ A very useful, educational resource that is incredibly generous in giving knowledge and expertise to the film making community. ”
— Pippa Hinchley
“ Good information resource. Well organized. ”
“ Nancy's Film Funding Club is very valuable. Always lots of great information. It's very obvious that she puts a lot of work into these seminars for us (slide shows, audio recordings, coordinating guest speakers, etc.). I am very grateful and appreciative to her and her guests for their time and talent to help further our careers. ”
“ interesting, innovative approach. thank you, Nancy! ”
— Camille Bacos
About the Film Funding Club: “ I'm thoroughly enjoying this club. I wish I had found out about it way earlier, I'd be way ahead of the game. I would recommend this club to anyone who truly wants to learn the business aspect of the film industry. ”
— Reinaldo D'Amico