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VSN presents: Webinar Part 3 of 3" How to Get Started / Development & Preproduction"

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VSN presents: Webinar Part 3 of 3" How to Get Started / Development & Preproduction"

Time: March 28, 2013 from 8am to 9am
Location: online
Event Type: part, 3, of, a, webinar, series
Organized By: Travis Mendel
Latest Activity: Mar 26, 2013

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This introductory 3 part webinar series is designed to give you an overview of visual storytelling. A visual story is any visual story format ranging from commercial (30 seconds) to feature length (2 hours).   These stories could be destined for any or all of the four screens (cinema, television, computer, mobile).
 

As a ministry, the Visual Story Network exists to catalyze and equip the Body of Christ around the world to more effectively use the power of story and media for the sake of the kingdom. This webinar series is offered to the first 30 participants on a first-come, first-served basis free of charge.

Each part in the series will require a new registration and the registration for Part 3 doesn't open until after Part 2 is completed.

This webinar will be presented by Ralph Winter.

Ralph Winter is a Hollywood film producer who has helped to produce blockbuster movies such as the X-Men, Fantastic Four and Star Trek.  His films have grossed collectively over $2 billion (USD)

Moderated by Travis Mendel

To Register for Part 3 please click on this link:

http://events.constantcontact.com/register/event?llr=xaubhggab&oeidk=a07e765cbl5f223fe9f

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