This weekend workshop is a networking and learning opportunity for all Christian filmmakers who desire to use film for ministry.
Register by midnight July 24, 2017
Be sure to join our Facebook group.
If you need help with registration, please contact Aric Turlington at 407-618-0224.
All ages are welcome, however children under 13 must have a parent or guradian register and attend with them. Youth ages 13-18 must sign and have a parent sign the Minor Attendees Agreement.
Saturday, July 29
Sunday, July 30
Producer of Hacksaw Ridge, Producer/Director of The Conscientious Objector, Founder/CEO of The Shae Foundation
Terry grew up expecting to be an archaeologist discovering the Holy Grail. Instead he found himself in Hollywood supervising chase scenes in the “Terminator” and “Marked For Death.” After 15 years in the business, his life took an unexpected turn causing him to evaluate the art that he was producing. Impressed to create films that inspire and promote positive messages to the global community, he produced and directed the critically acclaimed and award winning documentary film, “The Conscientious Objector.” More recently, he was part of the producing team of the Mel Gibson-directed movie, “Hacksaw Ridge,” and is shooting two documentaries about poverty and social justice issues.
An honors graduate of Pepperdine University, Terry is often found on the speaking circuit. His passion to inspire students to be accountable for the art and media they produce led him to form the Shae organization. He continues working as a filmmaker, mentor, and loves exploring the world with his family.
Nathan is currently a freelance producer based in Chattanooga, TN. Formerly the Director of Photography and editor for Journey Films, his work with them includes The ADVENTISTS 2, The BLUEPRINT and CHAPLAINS. He is a graduate of Southern Adventist University where he studied Film Production. Before Journey he worked as First Assistant Cameraman on several independent feature films.
Owner of OrlandoFilmmaker.com
Stanley Pomianowski has been making short films since he was 12 years old on his parent's camcorder. Stanley moved to Orlando after graduating from Southern Adventist University with his B.S. in Film production in 2005 and hasn’t looked back since. He has made several short films and written several feature-length and spec TV show pilots. Stanley currently owns two companies: Standan Productions and QuickTipKing.com. Standan Productions is a local production company that specializes in video marketing and corporate video solutions. Standan is co-owned with his business partner Daniel Howell. In 2015, Daniel and Stanley set out to help other filmmakers achieve financial success. They created a crash course in winning commercial contests on sites like Zooppa.com or Tongal.com. You can sign up for the currently waitlisted course at TheReelCrashCourse.com. Stanley's other venture QuickTipKing.com is a site that features 90 second tutorials on how to use Final Cut Pro X. Frustrated with unnecessarily long tutorials, Stanley set out to make his own quick and to-the-point tutorials. In addition to writing and editing Stanley is also an award winning actor (Best Cast 2014 Orlando 48 Hour Film Festival). He’s especially good at playing the outliers and the unusual characters. You can see his acting portfolio on the aptly named site TheAwkwardActor.com. Make sure you also sign up for his monthly filmmaker group at OrlandoFilmmaker.com