Refine your skills, learn to market yourself and get industry advice along the way. Pictoclik Actors Club is a 3-month workshop series catered to local Bay Area talent interested in honing their craft with a focus on marketing and business.
Join the Pictoclik Video Club!
A dedicated production and technical professional will guide you through a hands-on immersive three month film learning experience. Member will collaborate on a project from script selection to shooting the project. Group size will vary depending on number of members. All members should expect to attend all or most bi-monthly meetings and expect to work on project outside the club meetings. Workshops are fast paced, hands-on and include film credits.
* No experience required.
* Meetings are on the first and third Sundays of every month.
* Join us at our launch party March 5th at Shelton Theater in San Francisco.
* Note: video editing and motion graphics will be outsourced for these projects.
First Month meetings will cover:
* Introduction to Video
Second Month meetings will cover:
* Preproduction Phase 1
* Preproduction Phase 2
* Stylized looks
* Wardrobe/ Makeup/ Hair
Third Month meetings will cover:
* Prepping for the shoot
*2 day Shoot
San Francisco, CA:Shelton Studios 533 Sutter St, San Francisco, CA 94102
Deposit:$50 refundable deposit** to hold a spot. Money goes towards your payment(s).
(**refund is only guarenteed till the club starts on 3/5/17. No refunds after 3/5/17.)
Installment Plan: $150 a month for 3 months membership
One-time payment: $400 for 3 month membership
3-month Membership also includes:
Tickets and exclusive invites to Pictoclik screenings and events
Includes Class Pass, unlimited access to all our workshops year-round.
Free application to compete in Pitch Tank 2017
Must be 18 years and older to join.
Thank you for another great year!
As we head into our fifth year, we want to thank you for your continued support and let you know some of the new offerings this year like our new video club, workshop series and new screenings.
Unhappy in love, Mary Lou decides to reconnect with her religious roots by marrying a practicing Jew. In order to get married, she has to pass the Shidduch test, which will determine whether her life will be a success or failure.
You can view Jewish Blind Date at the 4th annual Pictoclik Film Festival in San Francisco Nov. 5th. For the complete lineup and tickets click here.
Anaëlle Morf recently graduated from the film studies section of Ecal (University of Art and Design) by presenting her fictitious film « Jewish Blind Date ». She would like to continue to make films that showcase her authenticity, humour and spontaneity.
She’s passionate about travel and languages and seeks to bring her unusual experiences together in documentary and fictional films.