Sep 02, 2015
06:30PM - 08:30PM
Works-In-Progress Wednesdays
Get your video critiqued by veteran Hollywood editor Gael Chandler.
Community Media Center of Marin
Event Description

 As a video editor, do you sometimes feel like you're working in a vacuum?  Is your video project speaking clearly to your intended audience?  Will it engage your viewers?

Works-in-Progress Wednesday will give filmmakers the chance to get their work critiqued by an industry pro.  Hollywood film editor, author, and educator Gael Chandler will facilitate this FREE forum, to be held every other month.  “Consider it a free focus group,” says Chandler, who will critique sample clips representing three short-form or two long-form projects during each two-hour session.

Short-form projects should be between 8–10 minutes long.  Long-form projects should be no more than 20 minutes.

You don't need to be a CMCM member to attend a Works-In-Progress session.  You don't even need to be working on a project! Interested in presenting a video clip for feedback?  Email a brief description of your project no later than Wednesday, August 2 to  

This FREE workshop will meet every other month beginning Wednesday, September 2 (6:30 - 8:30 PM).  Register at  For more info, call 415.721.0636.

Fee: $0.00

Contact Information
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Phone: 415-721-0636



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