January 15 - March 7
Directing: Core Elements (Jan. 2020)
Registration is now closed for this session.
Julia Solomonoff

The course will be held on Wednesdays, starting January 15. 

Wednesday, January 15, 10:30 am - 1:30 pm Pacific Time - Extended first session 

Wednesday, January 22, 29, February 5, 12, 19, 26 - 10:30 am - 12:30 pm Pacific Time - Regular class sessions 

Week of March 1-7 - One-on-one advisor meetings

All online class sessions are recorded for registered participants who are unable to attend live.

Learn the core elements of directing fiction films – from pre-production to working with actors and more – with an experienced director as your guide. During this eight-week course you’ll learn how to assemble your crew, work with actors, and translate work from script-to-screen by directing and filming a scene. Sessions include presentation and discussion, interactive exercises, and a case study with an Advisor from the Sundance network. The course concludes with a one-on-one mentoring session focused on your project.

The application period for the course has ended. Watch the Sundance Co//ab newsletter for updates on future course offerings.

Julia Solomonoff is a filmmaker from Argentina living in New York, graduated with Honors from Columbia University MFA Film Program and a Fulbright grantee. more...
New York, NY, USA
Ian Hendrie is a Brooklyn based director, screenwriter, and producer. He is the recipient of SFFILM/Kenneth Rainin Foundation Screenwriting and Development grants and is an alumnus of the Sundance Screenwriters, Directors, Sound Design, and Catalyst Labs for his forthcoming film MERCY ROAD. more...
Danielle Lessovitz is a New York City based writer/director for film. After completing her undergraduate training in documentary film at Northwestern University, she traveled across the US and abroad before moving to New York to pursue her Master’s in Film Production at NYU where she received a fellowship for her studies. more...

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