Show The World!

So you want to become a filmmaker? Congratulations! You’ve picked an extremely exciting and rewarding career field! While it is indeed exciting, it is also extremely and unequivocally excruciatingly hard. Wait! Don’t change your mind now! Let us get to the good part! 

Being a filmmaker is all about adapting to your surroundings and adapting to any budget, any actor, any crew member, any situation, and any emotion.

The “Lights, Camera, ADAPTion!” filmmaking course, taught by professional filmmakers both in-person and virtually, will teach you how to successfully produce your project from the conception of the film idea to distribution, no matter what the project budget is. 

It's time to show the world what you can do! 

Note From Brittney: I have worked with over 250 actors and crew members and have been the Showrunner of three independent projects, all funded by my own personal funds. I know what it means to deal with the good, bad, and the ugly when it comes to filmmaking. I have filmed a project on a zero budget and I have filmed a project with a few thousands of dollars. Both were hard in different ways. I wish I had taken a filmmaking course like “Lights, Camera, ADAPTion” because it would have saved me a lot of time, frustrations,  and tears.


The Good, Bad, and Ugly Sides of Filmmaking


  • Breaking into the Filmmaking Business. Where do you start? 

  • Concepts and Ideas

  • How to write a script

  • Script editing 

  • Casting

  • Where to find actors

  • Where to find crew

  • How to set actor submissions

  • How to navigate casting websites

  • How to conduct auditions (virtually and in-person

Register for "Lights, Camera, ADAPTion!"

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