The Denver Film Society's Filmmaker Focus offers a robust series of programs to support filmmaking in Colorado. Filmmaker Forum is in partnership with Colorado Film and Video Association and Colorado Office of Film Television Media.
>COFTM Film Job Resource Guide<
>Filmmaker Focus in 2015<
Join experienced industry professionals for a half day intensive course.
Want Film Financing? How To Design A Film Production That Will Attract Investment
July 18, 2015 | Purchase Here
How it Works: An Inside Look at TV's One-Hour Drama
August 22, 2015 | Purchase Here
>Young Filmmaker Workshops<
Now accepting applications for all summer 2015 courses
The Denver Film Society’s Young Filmmakers Workshops are leading filmmaking camps for teens, ages 12-18. Teens will learn the art of filmmaking, refine their work with film industry professionals, collaborate with new friends, and exhibit their films in public premieres.
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>Fiscal Sponsorship with the Denver Film Society<
Fiscal Sponsorship is a fundraising tool that serves as an alternative to a filmmaker establishing her own 501 (c)(3) nonprofit corporation to receive grants and donations. It allows a filmmaker’s non-commercial project to apply for funding from organizations requiring that the recipient have nonprofit status. In order to be eligible for fiscal sponsorship, you must be a current member of the Denver Film Society
>Rough Cut Screenings in partnership with the CFVA<
Need an audience for feedback on the progress of the film?If you are CFVA member or DFS ind
Films and Events in Program...
Choreographer and director Busby Berkeley made a name for himself in 1930s Hollywood for his elaborately staged song and dance numbers. Though Berkeley’s body of work provides many examples of his penchant for over-the-top spectacle, we will focus on select scenes from the first of his so-called “Go... more
Saturday, August 15th, 4:30pm
Hear from the creative team behind the Quentin Tarantino's upcoming Hateful 8
. Learn about the Westerns that influenced their creative process and their interpretations of a contemporary Western film. The panel will be moderated by film critic Robert Dene... more
Classic Film Noir with a twist for today. You know the characters. The GOOD GUY in
over his head, a non-swimmer in the deep end of the pool. The VIXEN with a killer
agenda. He's in love with big plans.... more
Fellini II will build upon the Introduction to Fellini class, where we screened and discussed I Vitelloni
, and we discussed Fellini's early career.... more
Learn how the writing staff of a television show works together to create some of today’s best entertainment. From script language to the writers’ room to the production schedule, you’ll be taken through the process with a seasoned TV writer. (Lunch Included)... more
It’s the question every filmmaker faces: how do I raise the money needed to make the film I want? But the better question to ask is how do I design a film that will attract investment?... more