Jeff Bemiss, indie filmmaker
The Book and the Rose
A Long Tomorrow
Missing in Brooks County
Event Videos & Branded Docs
Screwed, Blued and Tattooed: The Indie Film Life
FILM-201- Basic Filmmaking.
A hands-on introduction to filmmaking from the perspectives of the director and editor.
FILM-301: Advanced Filmmaking.
A course focused on the process of moving from film script through production to a complete film.
FILM-309: Film Production.
Major performance or production participation in a faculty/guest directed Film Studies program film project.
Trinity College, Hartford
Art 185/Com 165: Video Filmmaking
A creative workshop in which students will work in groups and make their own movies.
Manchester Community College
CMM 150/CIN 150: Introduction to Film
Study of cinema as an art form. Emphasis on techniques (editing, color, sound, composition) and styles (realism, expressionism, impressionism, abstraction).
University of Hartford
Oscar short-listed filmmaker trained at USC film school, LA Sanford Meisner Academy. Work aired on PBS and network television. Teaches at Trinity College, CT.
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"I've wasted a greater part of my life looking for money. It's about two percent movie-making and ninety-eight percent hustling. It's no way to spend a life."
—Orson Welles, 1982
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