Our workshops include Pictoclik owners, board members and guest speakers.
Instructor: R Renne Day-to-day you can find Rebekah casting and producing for corporate, commercial and indie films up and down the west coast and parts of the south. She started her path to the film world as a young aspiring theater actress in a small suburb of Seattle. Eventually she found herself in California working behind the scenes wearing multiple hats. Many projects later and still going, her passion for the industry was so contagious that she started a film collective in the Bay Area called Pictoclik five years ago. Her teams’ mission is to build a film community to connect filmmakers and talent through engaging events, workshops, screenings and an annual film festival. Throughout the year they connect with over 5000 people through their blogs, social media, workshops, screenings and film festival. Join Rebekah at one of her many workshops as she continues to share her wealth of knowledge with the world.
Instructor: David Bacon He got his start in LA as an actor in his 20’s. After years of being on set as talent, he forged friendships with Directors and DPs. One in particular, an award winning Director of Photography and owner of “Light Hollywood” Tim Otholt, took David under his wing and taught him the ins and outs of production, camera and the lighting world. Through Mr. Otholt, David was able to work along side some very talented people in film & television commercials, never taking it for granted and learning all he could.
Instructor: Jeffrey Moore Ever since he was 7 years old, L. Jeffrey Moore has always wanted to be tutored by Yoda and construct his own light saber. Jeff has a BFA in acting from North Carolina A&T State University and an MA in Media and Performing Arts from the Savannah College of Art and Design. His short films have screened in such festivals as: Pictoclik, The Hollyshorts film festival, Action on Film , Another hole in the Head and many more. Jeff is an avid lover of science fiction and can’t wait to start going into production with his next project. A Sci-Fi adaptation of William Shakespeare’s Macbeth. Jeff’s training goes far beyond acting. He also has experience as a director and screenwriter.