Whether you are actively working on a passion project or a spark of an idea is just starting to come together, learn to step up your filmmaking game!
Dates: Fridays, June 17th & July 22nd 2016*
Location: AGR, 15 West 28th Street, 9th Floor, NYC 10001
Limited to 20 students
Ages 13 and up
This special two day workshop is for writers and directors (or aspiring writers and directors) from the AGR Community who will come together for a mini film school. Writers & Directors will be paired together to collaborate, or you can be an auteur and direct your own writing.
Gain real support from Kristin and the AGR Community on how to bring your project to life and sharpen your skills to create projects that make a real impact.
Once you sign-up, submit a scene from your project that you want to see come to life for Kristin to review. Bring three printed copies of that scene to the first class.
The June 17th Class Covers:
*Between the first and second class, you will have a month long opportunity to refine and rewrite your work, shoot your scene, and bring a rough cut of it into the second class.
The July 22nd Class Covers:
Wait List Policy
If a class is sold out, you can sign up for a spot on the wait list.
If a spot opens, the wait list is notified via email and the spot is sold on a first come, first served basis.
If you do not get the spot, you do not need to rejoin the wait list.
We do not offer refunds, but we do offer credit. Cancellations must be made 7 days or more in advance of a class, event, or intensive in order to receive a credit. You can cancel the class online in our booking system or via email.
Unless otherwise noted, if you cancel within 7 days of the class, event, or intensive due to sickness or industry related work, we require a doctor's note or proof of work in order to issue a credit.
Cancellations within 24 business hours of the class, event, or intensive and/or no-shows will NOT be credited under any circumstance. For example, if your class is on Sunday, you must cancel before the end of business on Friday.
Kristin Hanggi, Co-Founder of C.R.E.A.T.E. Workshops
Kristin Hanggi is best known for directing and developing the international smash-hit Rock of Ages, which received five Tony Award nominations, including a nomination for Best Direction of a Musical. She has directed the productions on Broadway, the West End, Australia, Toronto, Las Vegas, and two National Tours.
Kristin made her feature directorial debut with Grantham & Rose starring Jake T. Austin and Marla Gibbs. Ms. Hanggi recently directed her follow-up, Naomi & Ely's No Kiss List, an adaption of Rachel Cohn & David Levithan's novel of the same name, starring Victoria Justice. For television, Ms. Hanggi adapted and directed the hit book series, Dear Dumb Diary into a musical movie, under Executive Producer Jerry Zucker for Walden Media.
Ms. Hanggi's other stage productions include the acclaimed pop opera bare, which ran to sold-out audiences in Los Angeles and off-Broadway. bare brought Ms. Hanggi numerous accolades including the Ovation Award for Best Musical, LA Weekly Award for Best Musical, and the Robby Award for Best Director.
She also directed the initial production that launched the Pussycat Dolls, Pussycat Dolls Live at the Roxy with stars Christina Applegate, Carmen Electra, and special guests Gwen Stefani, Christina Aguilera, Brittany Murphy, Nikka Costa, and Academy Award winner Charlize Theron. Among other exciting projects, Kristin is working alongside Amy Heckerling to develop Ms. Heckerling's hit 1995 film Clueless into a musical for the stage. Ms. Hanggi graduated with her Masters from USC after receiving her Bachelors from UCLA in Theater. In June of 2013, Kristin returned to her alma mater when she received the UCLA School of Theater, Film, & Television Distinguished Alumni Award.
Kristin currently teaches ongoing workshops in Los Angeles and New York that helps artists connect to their spiritual self.