LESSONS FROM A HORROR FILMMAKER

(Intro – Theory)
Date: 
Tuesday, May 8, 2018 - 6:00pm to 10:00pm
Fee: 
Film Co-op Members: 
$25.00
Non-Members: 
$35.00
Class Limit: 
10
Instructor: 
Jared Carney
Location: 
NB Film Co-op, downstairs resource centre
732 Charlotte Street, Charlotte Street Arts Centre
Fredericton , NB
Canada
New Brunswick
Workshop Description: 

Horror filmmaker Jared Carney walks you through the challenges of making horror films and discusses the leading theories on why horror works while exploring our obsession with the dark and what defines a horror film. He shares how he makes his films for next to nothing, what it’s like to be a horror genre director in NB when most people are making comedies and dramas, and explores the evolution of the horror film. With personal stories, clips and scary warnings, Jared shares his formula for staying empowered and getting your films made!

Instructor's Biography: 
Jared Carney is a writer, director, producer, & production designer with Creeker Films from Fredericton, New Brunswick, and is a graduate of Film Production from the University of New Brunswick. He was a Features Writer for Horror-Movies.ca and was awarded a Short Film Venture Grant in 2017. His works include a Stephen King adaptation entitled “The Man Who Loved Flowers” which has screened in Europe & at the World Horror Convention and "Dark and Stormy Night" which has screened at over 15 film festivals worldwide. The horror genre in particular has always piqued his interest and many of his influences stem from both classic and new-age horror cinema.
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