This isn’t a boring Green Bay film school classroom. This isn’t an overcrowded college laboratory. This is life. Real Life. YOUR LIFE.
Do you want to learn to be a film director? Do you have a concept for a film you want to make? Have you wanted to work in film for years but found going to ordinary film school too expensive, too time-consuming, or both? If you want to learn film directing, learn how to write screenplays, produce, edit, or learn what it takes to make your movie a reality, Film Connection Film School in Green Bay, WI might be able to help you get skills, insight, and experience by working on real projects right in the Green Bay-Appleton area.
As you probably know, the television and film industry can be incredibly hard to break into. Even graduates from very well-known and revered film schools can graduate without finding their “in” to working in the business of making movies and television shows. Many people can go a lifetime without ever really knowing how to find people to work with on projects, how to get hired in film, or how to sell a script. Green Bay-Appleton is no exception. That being said, you may be surprised to discover that Green Bay actually has a lot going on in the industry, and Film Connection has mentors who are local film professionals, all of which could benefit you greatly, so read on to find out how.
With a population of more than 320,000, Green Bay, Wisconsin has a lot to offer aspiring film directors and filmmaking professionals. A plethora of natural beauty, waterfront scenery, and urban landscapes as well as distinctive colonial architecture and mid-century modern houses and buildings (the Taliesin Preservation: Frank Lloyd Wright Visitor Center is southeast of Green Bay), make the area well-suited for a multitude of shooting locations: fertile ground for film directors looking to make their mark.