Time to commit. The Alliance of Women Directors (AWD) and AMC Networks present the High-Octane Episodic Directing Series, a five-part series that explores the direction of motion and television written with exciting scripts. As per the deadline, The program will feature directors, presenters and department heads from various AMC Network offerings. Crystal Holt, Director of Scripting at AMC Networks, and Erica Robbins, Vice President of Production at AMC Studios, will coordinate the session.
Using a string like this “Kevin Can F ** K Himself,” The Walking Dead and The Terror as case studies, the master class series will “demystify the production process behind high octane projects, sharpen the skills of co-directors, and provide participants with applicable knowledge for their future works.” The series of five workshops will be held monthly. And, among other topics, you’ll delve into working with actors and how to deal with stunts and sound effects. “
“Working in both development and production respectively, we are exposed to a wide range of highly talented women. Bringing some of these women together in a space to inspire and advise future talent allows them to showcase the knowledge they have acquired while helping to grow the portfolio of outputs,” said Holt and Robins. Wonderful “. “We are excited about the opportunity to partner with AWD and hear what these women have to say.”
Analia Arnold, Executive Director, AWD commented, “AMC Networks has a long history of hiring talented women in front of and behind the camera to present their distinct stories to fans around the world. AWD is pleased to partner with AMC on this new series of master classes to provide our members with the opportunity to learn from These skilled speakers are about types of excitement and movement. “
Open to AWD members, who can register on the AWD website, the High-Octane Episodic Directing Series begins on Sunday, March 21. Directors Hanelle Culpepper (“NOS4A2”), Maggie Kelly (“Dirty John”), presenter “Walking Dead” Angela Kang and Executive Producer “The Terror” Jordan Sheehan will lead the first session, which will reveal how the director can preserve the unique feel while preserving Faithful to seeing the overall offer.