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Midwest Filmmaker Workshops Presents “The Art and Science of Directing” Workshop

Midwest Filmmaker Workshops announce their fifth workshop in their inaugural series entitled, The Art and Science of Directing. This day-long presentation will take place on Saturday, July 25, 2015 from 8:30 am until 4:00 pm at Fat Chimp Studios, located at 2055 Walton Road in St. Louis, Missouri.

Midwest Filmmaker WorkshopThe Art and Science of Directing workshop will be presented by British-born director Phillip Adrian Booth, and will focus on both the artistic and technical aspects of directing. Booth’s experience spans over 25 years as Director, Cinematographer, Editor and Scriptwriter. His work includes feature films for Sony Pictures, LionsGate, Paramount, Anchor Bay and over 10 films for SyFy NBC/Universal. He’s also done commercials, documentaries and corporate videos and infomercials.

Booth has been nominated for several International film festivals, and has been honored with multiple awards at prestigious American film festivals, including the Chicago Film Festival, Fantasy Film Festival, Gasparillo International Film Festival, SAG and many more. He has previously spoken at film and television workshops, film markets and festivals.

Registration is now available to the general public for The Art and Science of Directing via the Midwest Filmmaker Workshops website –

The regular cost of attending this workshop session is $90 per person. A discount rate of $75 is being offered for “early bird” registration by July 10th. The discounted rate is also available for Students and Seniors with a valid ID. Tickets will also be available at the door the day of the event for $100.Midwest Filmmaker Workshops is scheduling future workshops to take place around the St. Louis area.

For additional details about the upcoming The Art and Science of Directing workshop, or other upcoming workshops, please contact Lou Cariffe with Midwest Filmmaker Workshops at 636-399-5345 or via email at [email protected].