SciFi film-making 101

 

People in the film industry in the UK will know him as the indie Sci-Fi director guy who never stops. A filmmaker will immense amounts of energy and drive.

Hasraf ‘HaZ’ Dulull has put together a video master class, SCIENCE FICTION FILMMAKING 101, covering all the key steps from script breakdown, budgeting, and scheduling, pre-production, production, post-production, deliverables, and marketing.

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Hasraf ‘HaZ’ Dulull and the crew at work on THE BEYOND

The SCIENCE FICTION FILMMAKING 101 is an exclusive course taught by experienced filmmaker ‘HaZ’ known for his breakout sci-fi indie feature film, THE BEYOND, which was released by Gravitas Ventures. This movie premiered at #2 on the iTunes charts before trending on Netflix this year. His second feature film 2036: ORIGIN UNKNOWN, earned a limited theatrical release in the US.

 
In SCIENCE FICTION FILMMAKING 101, you’ll go behind the scenes and gain insightful knowledge into how he pulled off such high concept filmmaking in his many sci-fi feature films.  The lessons are deep, rewarding and great value.  Perfect for students coming out of film school or university, or aspiring filmmakers looking to make their first feature, or existing independent filmmakers keen to step into the world of independently produced, high concept science fiction films.

 
In television work, HaZ also directed the pilot for Disney’s action-comedy mini-series – FAST LAYNE, and also credited as creative consultant on the entire series. He was asked to direct three additional episodes when he wowed Disney channel executives with his vision for the eight-part series.   He was then hired by Disney Channel Original Movies to direct the bridge short film – UNDER THE SEA – ‘A Descendants story’.

Check out the VIMEO link for the course, in the text of this story and RIGHT HERE.

Written by Paul Hellard

Freelance journalist. Also videographer, photographer, cyclist and lover of all things sustainable, creative and digital.

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