Video Electronic Press Kit Course – Hourly Rate

£40.00

The guided courses require a minimum number of four hours booking, which are usually spread over a number of weeks, between four to six.

Electronic Press Kit – Film Course

I worked for CBS Media Relations in New York for years making EPKs for the new seasons films, Tv series and Olympic releases.

The E.P.K. for film and business owners course shows you how to storyboard, shoot and edit all the elements you need to create a strong news type, behind the scenes reportage film to send to in-desks of new and traditional media, including: press, tv, radio and magazine outlets.

The course runs over a period of six to eight weeks and includes formal seminars and practical mentoring sessions conducted over the internet and about forty hours of learner work.

Description

 

Electronic Press Kit – Film Course

I worked for CBS Media Relations in New York for many years making EPKs for the new seasons films, Tv series and Olympic releases.

The E.P.K. for film and business owners course shows you how to storyboard, shoot and edit all the elements you need to create a strong news release, behind the scenes reportage film to send to in-desks of new and traditional media, including: press, tv, radio and magazine outlets.

The guided courses require a minimum number of four hours booking, which are usually spread over a number of weeks, between four to six. The course runs over a period of six to eight weeks and includes formal seminars and practical mentoring sessions conducted over the internet and about forty hours of learner work.

 

 

Author: Story Teller

I now work primarily as a digital skills trainer, writer, researcher and assessor with organisations like AIM. My career has mostly been as a film editor and sometimes producer in commercials, film and documentaries in the US and the Near East. In music, I've had releases in film and mostly worked as a club music director and contracting producer for a 24-hour music festival. With the surprisingly warm reception of my book 'Ragamuffin's Tale: Growing up in counterculture', my interest is increasingly turning toward writing.