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Developing Your Cinematic Look 

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Free Virtual Class

Tuesday, Apri 9th, 2024 

5 pm PST/ 7pm CST/ 8pm EST

You desperately want to make a good movie but you're not sure how to visually tell your story. Maybe you do have some ideas of how you want to shoot your film but you're not sure if those ideas will give you the cinematic look you desire on your limited budget.

In this class we will briefly touch on:

  1. How to use camera angles and blocking to strategically reveal story elements and information about your characters.

  2. How lighting can create mood and the tone of your film.

  3. How to communicate with your crew to achieve your film goals.

  4. Working with an editor who understands your vision.

This is an introduction to Landi's Light/Camera/Angles Course that starts 04/13/24.

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Meet Your Instructor

Landi Maduro


Landi is an award-winning writer, director, and producer. She launched her production company Bluechild Entertainment in 2012 and has since directed and produced several films and corporate industrial projects. Her documentary The Silent Killer: Prostate Cancer In The African American Community is currently streaming on Tubi TV and Amazon Prime. The award-winning documentary has screened for the Congressional Black Caucus twice and has been used by healthcare professionals and scholars to educate on the health disparities African American men face in dealing with prostate cancer.

Landi has toured and lectured throughout the United States and overseas advocating for prostate cancer awareness. In 2021 she was awarded the Zero Impact Award for her advocacy work. She is a member of the Zero Health Equity Task Force, where she works with various doctors, scientists, and community leaders to promote advocacy and affordable care for veterans and minority men dealing with prostate cancer.

Landi recently worked on the faith-based film Driving Force and the female boxing franchise Lola 2 available on AMC/AllBlk network. Landi is currently in post-production for an unscripted network show where she directed 6 out of 10 episodes. Landi teaches filmmaking to adults and teens and offers private consulting to indie filmmakers. She enjoys mentoring indie filmmakers to hone their cinematic voice. She is also the proud Founder & President of Women of Color Filmmakers; a 501c3 nonprofit organization that garners support, skill-building, and networking for female filmmakers as they pursue careers in film and television.

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