MAF presents “The Real World of Independent Film”
Written by Chuck Budreau
Tuesday, 04 September 2012 15:54
This free and open to the public presentation will take place immediately following our regular monthly Mid America Filmmakers meeting which begins at 7:00 p.m. You are welcome to join us for both.
Filmmaker Jed Nolan says since Mid America Filmmakers seems to be made up of individuals who have a variety of filmmaking interests and goals, it would be best to give a short talk about his specific background and then start a discussion, which should result in talking about what everyone there wants to discuss. Please read his bio below to see which areas of discussion interest you the most.
Jed Nolan has been involved as a professional in the entertainment and film making industry for over thirty years. Producer of nineteen feature films as well as numerous as other film and tape productions such as talk show pilots, industrial films and commercials. Mr. Nolan has produced and directed over one hundred theatrical plays, musicals, variety shows and special events including ten annual Shakespeare festivals and two film festivals. Mr. Nolan’s writing credits include numerous feature film scripts, writing the story for the feature film, “Joseph’s Gift”, as well as writing and directing a number of industrials and commercials. Among the feature films that Mr. Nolan has produced have been: Lord Protector/Darkmist; Lancelot: Guardian of Time; Joseph’s Gift; The Convent, (invited to the Sundance Film Festival); Love is the Drug, (invited to Slamdance Film Festival) as well as Angel on Abby Street which Mr. Nolan also directed. He has a wide variety of credits and experiences as exemplified by his serving on the National Board of Directors of the Screen Actor’s Guild, as the developer and owner of restaurants, including Jed Nolan’s Music Hall, a dinner theater in Scottsdale, Arizona and serving as a Congressional Aide. He won a full scholarship to play football at Brigham Young University and graduated with a degree in Political Science and Theater.
This is part of a monthly series of “Making Movie Magic” workshops. Please visit our website at www.midamericafilmmakers.o rg
for updates and additional workshop listings.
Where: Music room at The Salvation Army Ray & Joan Kroc Corps Community Center 900 W. Western Avenue South Bend, Indiana 46601
When: Tuesday Sept. 4th, 7:00pm until 8:45pm
Mid American Filmmakers is an independent affiliate of the Indiana Filmmakers Network and servers as IFN's South Bend Chapter.