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Fight Coordinator for Short Film Fight: Officer Down
Fight Coordinating this short film, The Questioning by Megan Mann
I will be teaching an Fighting for Film seminar for The Studio @NY Comic Con on Oct 4th, 2018 at 6pm for only $20!
From their site: The Studio @ NYCC brings you inside the worlds of entertainment and storytelling by connecting you with top tier talent and creators through a series of masterclasses, workshops and exclusive conversations. Hear industry luminaries discuss their craft in an intimate setting sure to spark your creativity and inspire conversation. The Studio @ NYCC is your place to explore storytelling in all its forms including art, books, film & TV, music, tech and more.
Please note: A ticket to New York Comic Con is not required in order to attend The Studio @ NYCC events.
Blood Effects can help evoke a visceral reaction in the audience. In this seminar we will cover:
-How to make blood packs for broad spatter or directional hits.
-How to “pop” them correctly (on the body & in the mouth).
-Palming packs and Proximity packs
-Various types of blood effects (liquid, powder & thick blood)
-Learn how to make home made blood: for clothing, washable, edible, to simulate brain matter and more
-Rigging blood for arterial sprays.
-Squibs for Gun shot wounds.
Come with a change of clothes (or two) and an old towel. We will use water for much of the seminar but at the end you will use some blood to pack up and Get Bloody!
Payments before October 1st:
Payments after October 1st:
Fight Coordinator for Short Film Fight: The Graveyard
Fight Coordinator for Short Film Fight: Charlie & Derrick
Fight Director for Prospect Park by APT Theatre at the Alchemical Theater.
Director for the AHF’s Grand Assault of Arms
Teaching a Fighting for the Screen seminar in Seattle, WA.
This seminar is open to the public and will be Saturday Nov. 17th at the CTA (9871 Aurora Ave N, Seattle, Washington 98103)
We will cover the fundamental unarmed techniques you will most commonly be called on to perform including punches, slaps, hair pulls, chokes and kicks. Watch how differently each must be performed every time the camera moves!
Fight Director for She Kills Monsters
Holiday Fight Gathering: Choose your Weapon
In the spirit of the Holidays, all NYCSS current and past students will come together to mix, mingle and fight! Bring your friends and loved ones to the second half where we’ll enjoy some snacks and hang out.
For the first hour, the floor will be open to work on whatever you want. There will be a variety of items available to train in so you can Choose your Weapon to work with.
For the second hour, we’ll have the Choose your Random Weapon Game! Two names will be drawn from a hat to determine who is fighting whom. Once a pair is determined, they will choose a weapon from a hat. Jared will choreograph a short fight for you to work up and perform. You may see Longsword vs. Gun, Smallsword vs. Unarmed, who knows!
This special gathering will be $25 for participating students in the first 2 hours.
For the last 2 hours, your friends and loved ones can join us for free (please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org by Nov. 30th). You’ll have the opportunity to perform your Random Weapon fight if you’d like and the audience can vote on the best one. Then we will hang out, nibble on snacks and the floor will be open for students to train further if they like.