Save the Youths & Hand the Jobless a Lifeline
This is the first step in crafting a unique deck that investors will love to read and to know more about this founder, not the business. We’re writing our IBornStudio deck live, no secrets, no short cuts and nothing left out. It’s being done one or two pages at a time for training. There will be posting as it unfolds.
The Beginner’s Guide to the Filmmaking Process
Posted on May 5, 2017 by New York Film Academy
After watching a great movie, few people ever sit back and think about how much work it took to make. They may check out how much the actors were paid or what kind of budget the film worked with, but it’s impossible to know what it truly takes to make a film until you’ve been through the process yourself.
Whether you’re an aspiring filmmaker or just want to get an idea of the movie-making process, here’s a very basic breakdown of how a film is made. Think of this as the beginner’s guide to the filmmaking process:
To Be an Actor, You Must Make That Move Forward
Don’t Ever Be Shy
A fresh new face of content pertaining to:
1). Serving a generation of ongoing youth problems and a legal system that stigmatizes youths and juveniles as criminals. We'll focused on concrete solutions that foster new changes, by creating a Film and Television Production studio called IBornStudio Youth Organization, combined with two other uprising industries, called Hands on Technology and Construction Trades, to teach a fast past and advance education, that will streamline the process that gives them a voice, a platform and a free way to stardom.
2). It's a place for all participants, trainees, actors and actresses to engage, learn and support each other for the long run.
Our Organization will grow a fresh new style off acting for our shorts, features, web series and TV series. here is what you can expect when performing in our films below.
We define the norm
All actors and actresses will begin with the basic acting class to learn fundamental techniques and build a strong foundation for more advance assignments.
The student will participate in exercises geared towards freeing emotional expression and learning how to constructively use their body and voice.
We’ll create theater games, on the spot acting plays and character studies will be used to create a foundation for intermediate studies. Intermediate acting study concentrate on developing monologues between two or more actors.
By brainstorming these more advance studies, it allows the acting teacher specifically work on a performer’s problem areas through constructive scene criticism and direction.
After a student mastered the first leg, then we move up the acting course by including the exploration of different styles of acting and specialized areas of movement and speech.
We’ve Been Recognized as a Change-maker in Best for NYC!
Hello to the organization’s staff and all. I wanted to share the exciting news that IBornStudio Inc., also known as (IBornStudio Youth Organization) has been recognized by the City of New York as 25 out of 1600 Change-maker in the 2018 Best for NYC campaign. Best for NYC is recognizing businesses that have made investments in their workforce for training, volunteering, intentional hiring, and/or financial empowerment in their communities.
So, how are we Best for NYC? IBornStudio Inc was recognized as a Change-maker, it’s for our educational investment in After School Education, Staff, Unemployed Young Adults, Communities, Etc., also by completely formalizing its training practices in Film, Technology and Construction Site Safety Training Program. In addition, certifying with community partnership organizations with PASE for their approved after school program curriculum. We been celebrated for creating cultural business model to save the youngsters and to increase economic opportunity for New Yorkers.
We’re a company that strives to do well by doing good, we’re proud to demonstrate our values with the Best for NYC seal of approval. And we couldn’t have done it without the staff members, community support and you. If you have questions or feedback about Best for NYC and how we can continue to improve our impact on New York City, please reach out.
Best of NYC Businesses. Mayor’s Office