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Production Assistant Bootcamp

Next workshop: Saturday, April 13th. Book now!

  • 4 hours
  • 300 US dollars
  • Old Poole Road

Service Description

A lot of actors get on-set experience by doing work as a production assistant. It's a great way for anyone with ambitions to be in the industry professionally to get their foot in the door, but when you’re starting out it can feel overwhelming! This is where the Production Assistant Bootcamp comes in. In 4 hours, you’ll learn: -All of the on-set terminology you need to know -How to use headsets & walkie talkies -The hierarchy of on-set positions, including who you directly report to -How to use office equipment -How to create & understand industry-standard call sheets -How to wrangle wandering actors back to holding -How to order lunch for cast & crew The Production Assistant Bootcamp is taught by director/producer duo Peter Scheibner & Andy Brewster of Triality Studios, which means you’ll be learning directly from one of the top production companies in the Triangle. Lunch included! Meet your instructors! As a director, Peter believes that the greatest role he can fill is giving shape to the story, then finding the right team to tell it. Filming around the world, Peter is drawn to unique stories and unknown worlds. Some of Peter’s awards have been for brands like L.L. Bean, or for his documentary work around Sept. 11th. As the Head of Creative at Triality Studios, Peter works with teams that come to Triality to shape their vision and see it come to reality. He has three children, and is active in the film community of North Carolina. As a co-founder and Head of Production at Triality Studios, Andy has been at the forefront of pioneering virtual production in NC while creating commercial content for agencies and influencers ranging from Ryan Reynolds' MNTN to Mr Beast. While a College Ambassador with the Producers Guild of America (PGA), he produced 2 feature films, one currently with distribution. As a director, Andy has crafted shorts that have screened at festivals internationally (For the Taking, Caesura, A Piacere) and worked with new talent, influencers, and established Hollywood actors. His projects have filmed in Los Angeles studios to the sub-freezing slopes above Lake Tahoe to the Mojave desert. In his own work, Andy leans into magical realism, stories that make us as "what if" and help us see our own worlds a little differently.

Upcoming Sessions

Cancellation Policy

Due to the uncertain nature of sickness & travel, we cannot offer refunds or prorated class rates. However, we are happy to offer class credits for entire missed sessions or workshops. Prorated class credits may be given on a case-to-case basis if the student has missed at least half of the classes in a session.

Contact Details

  • 5311 Old Poole Road, Raleigh, NC, USA

    (984) 205-1182

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