The Nashville Filmmakers Guild is partnering with John Huber on his teaching series Field Guide to Filmmaking with the goal to teach filmmakers how to make profitable and sustainable careers that are also rewarding and enjoyable.
In teaching and helping fellow freelancers, John has found his true calling. John has hired and worked with 100s of freelancers and knows exactly what clients are looking for and what separates those who make it from those who don’t. Now, he’s thrilled to share that knowledge with you.
This workshop is for individuals who want to understand how to make money doing the work they love, so they can build profitable, sustainable careers. Register now to secure your spot at this empowering event!
WHEN: Saturday, August 12, 2023, 9 AM - 5 PM
WHERE: Stormlight Pictures Studio - 942 4th Ave S, Nashville, TN 37210
- Registration is $100 per person with an optional $15 on-site lunch.
- NFG members save $50 off with the code already emailed to current members.
- Sign up for NFG Membership HERE.
WHAT YOU'LL LEARN
- Career Planning: setting goals, working with clients, and tips to enhance your career.
- Marketing Your Business: Personal branding, online presence, and personal pitch deck.
- Sales for the Film & Video Industry: Market cycles, qualifying leads, budgets, and feedback.
- Business Basics: Freelance positions, time management, setting up your workflow, and financial basics.
- Network with local filmmakers and John Huber during the breaks.
ABOUT YOUR INSTRUCTOR
John Huber is the CEO of the Nashville-based production company Shells & The Bear and the founder of Field Guide to Filmmaking, a platform dedicated to teaching filmmakers how to build a profitable and thriving career. Over the course of his 20+ years of experience in the film and video industry, he’s worn every hat imaginable, from production assistant to executive producer. Over the years, he has had the opportunity to work with clients such as Garth Brooks, Sheryl Crow, Brad Paisley, OneRepublic, Nissan, Uber, Dell, Dodge, Disney, Cargill, and many more.