What better way to cool off from the warm summer days than with a chilling horror movie? Horror movies are great any time of year, and for us horror fans, there is never enough good content to consume.
But what really makes a great horror film? What are the elements that need to be in place for the story (and genre) to work?
To answer all this and more, Roadmap welcomes horror aficionado Tessie Groff for this special two week clinic!
This Two Week Clinic Will Cover:
- The conventions of a horror film
- Scares, tension and atmosphere
- Feedback on your first 10 pages
A graduate of USC’s School of Cinematic Arts with a BA in film production, Tessie Groff is currently Director of Development at production company and film financing outfit The H Collective (BRIGHTBURN; THE PARTS YOU LOSE). Tessie has also worked in development and acquisitions at Miramax (HALLOWEEN KILLS; THE PERFECTION), the motion picture department at John Wells Productions (I’M NOT THERE, THE NOTORIOUS BETTIE PAGE; MOTHERHOOD), and the motion picture talent division at ICM (A BEAUTIFUL MIND; ANNABELLE COMES HOME). Tessie loves psychological thrillers, quirky comedies, and true stories.
Cancellation Policy: You may cancel for a full refund up to 5 days prior to the start of the class. Cancellations requested after this period will be ineligible for refunds.
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