Stuart Clarfield is a film-maker with 25 years of experience creating drama and documentaries for TV, feature film and interactive. Writing experience includes the feature film Welcome to the Parade, feature script Radar Love, doc feature The Journey Home and many short and long form projects for TV. Stuart has worked with and learned from brilliant film-makers such as Norman Jewison, Mardik Martin, Frank Pierson, Arthur Penn and Jean Claude Lauzon. He will share those perspectives as our workshop facilitator.
Currently, Stuart is Executive Producer at The Mission Media Company in Toronto, and oversees the development and production of dramatic, documentary and interactive projects. Stuart is a graduate of York University, Babson College and the Canadian Film Centre and has taught at Ryerson RTA School of Media.
Stuart is leading The Micro Budget Feature Scriptwriting Workshop, a course intended to provide guidance, structure and craft to creating and designing a feature film that will rely on script, performance and human drama.
Stuart’s focus in teaching the Micro Budget Script Workshop is to help you present a human journey that has dramatic impact and can be realistically achieved with a modest crew and budget. He will focus on the task of the writer, but also brings a director and producer’s perspective to constructing a feature film script.
Starts March 15, 2014. Click for more info!
Stuart will also be co-curating the Producers Workshop. For more information, click here.