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Learn how to make and market the feature film you've always

wanted to make ... in one day and for only $99.00

 

"This is the best (and even most fun) class I have ever taken."

Steve Wozniak (Co-Founder, Apple Computer)

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VERY IMPORTANT NOTE:

Bobby's special DVD version of his 1-Day $99 Film School class is now available for purchase. 

This is a 2-DVD, 3 1/2-hour course featuring ALL of the necessary information that you'll need to make your feature film!

 

To Order, Click Below:

 

    

To see the trailer for the  

1-Day $99 Film School DVD click HERE.

 

To read the featured article on Bobby Logan in

"Directed By" Magazine click the pic below.

 

Okay, Enough Hype!  Let's Talk Shop...

 
You have this idea for a movie that you’ve really wanted to make for some time now.  It’s something special.  Something original.  Something that can get your name on the map in Hollywood – not to mention possibly make you a truckload of money.

But, you have two big problems:

1)  You don't have much money.
2)  You’ve never actually made a feature film before.

So, what are your options?

1)  Spend tens of thousands of dollars (and several years of your life) going to some fancy film school.

2)  Spend hundreds of dollars to download and READ some "online course" by someone who doesn't have much of a track record.

3)  Spend about $400.00 for an over-crowded weekend course where you’ll sit in a stuffy conference room, battling with a hundred other students trying to get one of your "dozens" of questions answered...

...But why?  When, instead, you can deal directly on a ONE-ON-ONE level with an established, experienced, feature filmmaker who has…

a)  Written/Produced & Directed FOUR Feature Films with stars such as Leslie Nielsen, Linda Blair, Ned Beatty and Corey Feldman among many, many others.

b)  Written/Produced & Directed over two dozen Network Television Pilots, Specials, and Direct-to-Video Programs (including a novelty DVD series that sold over two million DVDs and was featured on "Howard Stern," "The Maury Show" and ABC’s "20/20."

c)  Shot feature films in both 35mm and digital formats, with budgets ranging from $13 million to as little as $50,000.

And what if this man can teach you all you need to know to make a feature film in ONE DAY?  And for LESS THAN $100?

Just Who is This Filmmaker?  Well, I suppose that would be me.  Hi.  My name is Bob Logan.  My friends call me Bobby.  To acquaint you with what I do for a living, here are a few pics of me at work:

With the late Jack "Eraserhead" Nance on the Bass Lake, CA. set of "Meatballs 4" Directing Linda Blair on the set of my "Exorcist" spoof, "Repossessed" Visiting with a guest in-between shots of my latest movie, "Yard Sale"

I began my career as a comedy writer for such comics as Joan Rivers, Garry Shandling, Rodney Dangerfield and Sam Kinison (among many, many others).  From there I began writing for many television variety programs, then got into writing motion picture screenplays.

BTW, if you'd like to see my resume (with my latest credits only), click HERE

In the mid 80s I began writing, producing and directing the first of many Direct-To-Video Specials – many of which made buckets of money.  Then, in 1988, I wrote and directed my first independent feature film, a quirky romantic-comedy called "Up Your Alley" starring Linda Blair and Murray "The Unknown Comic" Langston.  I made the film for way under $100,000.  It made over $2.2 million in sales.

From there I went on to create, produce and direct many TV Specials and Network TV pilots, plus several other feature films, including my latest romantic-comedy "Yard Sale" which will be released later this summer (check out the posters below):

           

Currently I'm developing the classic 1960s ABC-TV comedy-western series "F TROOP" into my next studio feature film.  And having a blast doing it!

                    

Blah, blah, blah… okay, enough resume waving.  Now that you know a bit about me, let’s get down to the two questions that are probably on your mind.

1)  Why have I decided to pass on all of my filmmaking knowledge to you?

2)  And especially at such a ridiculously low price!

Look… it’s simple.  It’s basically about me "paying it forward."  Giving back in order to honor those who helped me when I first started off in the film business.

And as far as the $99 goes - I mean, c'mon – do you really think I'm going to get rich giving away all of my experience and knowledge to you for only $99.00?!  You kiddin’ me?!  That's barely a round of lattes for me and a few friends at Starbucks. 

I’m all about helping future filmmakers the same way that some wonderful people helped me when I was first starting out.  That’s my objective.  To show you how to get your film made – from story creation to casting – from shooting to editing – from final mix to distribution – and all while helping to "demystify" the overall filmmaking process.

Is making a feature film difficult?  Absolutely.  But, it ain’t rocket science either, people!  Believe me… if I could do it, you can do it!

 

What Will I Learn at the 1-Day $99.00 Film School?

Simply put – everything you’ll need to know to make and market your feature film.  Period.  No film theory or conceptual criticism here, kids.  Just the rock solid facts and insights that you will require in order to effectively (and cost consciously) get it done.  Period. 

No matter what your budget - I will show you how to get it all on the screen.     

The 1-Day $99 Film School is presented in three segments (told in a light, fun, engaging manner - even if I do say so myself).  Each segment lasts approximately 2˝-3 hours.  Here is but a small sample of the subjects I will cover:


Part 1 - "Creative Elements"
  •  Coming up with a clever, commercial idea
  •  The script – length, 3-act structure, etc.
  •  What does the audience want?  And how to give it to them
  •  What do distributors want?  What elements are important?
  •  The genres that are always in demand
  •  How to direct/handle actors
  •  To see what a screenwriter goes through, click here

  • Part 2 - "Technical Requirements"
  •  Crew positions
  •  Hiring the right crew – and at the right price
  •  Getting your film equipment - for little or no money
  • How you don't have to know a thing about technology

  • Part 3 - "Business"
  •  Shopping your completed film
  •  Dealing with distributors
  •  The politics of film festivals
  •  The business of casting – you need names to sell the film
  •  Producing a high-quality film on a shoestring budget

  • ...And Much, Much, More.

     

    My goal is to impart as much information as humanly possible to the members of this class.  And if there’s ever something that you’d like to know that I may not have covered to your satisfaction, just ask!  I LOVE answering questions about filmmaking.  ANY question.

    A typical 1-Day $99 Film School class lasts approximately 7 hours, with a 1-hour break for lunch.  Classes are held on Saturdays (except on Holidays).  They begin at 10:00am and generally end around 5:00pm.  And the classes are held in the privacy of my residence – which makes for a very warm, private, comforting environment (as opposed to a boring, restrictive conference room).

    ...Heck, I'll even spring for a FREE breakfast of donuts, coffee, bottled water & soft drinks

    Plus – because I want to give each class member as much personal attention as possible – each 1-Day $99 Film School class is limited to 12 students.  No more.  Why 12?  Why not 50?  100?  Because, again, this is not about turning a profit like those other "online" or "weekend" filmmaking courses – it’s about turning out filmmakers.  And in a manner that I (and you) will feel most comfortable in.

    Oh, yeah… one more thing… I present all of the information in plain old English.  No fancy terms or overly technical mumbo-jumbo.  And I do it in a funny, upbeat way.  You'll laugh as you learn... and that, in my opinion, is the best way to gain the knowledge you desire.

    And I am always open for questions.  Always!  So, be prepared to ask away, baby, because that's the only way you’re going to learn!

     

           What Are Bobby's Students Saying?         Where Exactly Are The Classes Held?

                             (Click the Post-it)                                                     (Click the Globe)

                                                                                    

     

    Okay, I’m Interested...

    How Do I Register for Bobby's 'After Summer' 2013 Class?

    It's quick and easy! 

    Simply Click the PAYPAL "Buy Now" button below...

     

    (a $3.50 PayPal Service Charge will be added)

     

    Once you've registered you will be contacted via email

    to coordinate the most convenient class date for you.

     

    Don’t Live in the Los Angeles Area?
    How About I... Come to Your Town!

    I have something special for those of you who can't attend my 1-Day $99 Film School in person...

    ...I CAN COME TO YOU! 

    Here's the deal -- if you are a member of, or can organize, a group of 25 or more aspiring filmmakers who wish to experience my 1-Day $99 Film School, I am willing to fly into your town (anywhere in the U.S. or Canada) and do a "private class" for your group!  Believe me, this unique learning experience is something that you and your fellow filmmakers will find of great educational value, and thoroughly unforgettable

    Interested?  Let's discuss it. 

    You can either email me HERE or call (leave a message) at:  818-821-6464  

     

    How About a Gift Certificate?

    Know a friend or family member who might enjoy my seminar?  Then why not surprise them with a 1-Day $99 Film School Gift Certificate?   And for the same price of $99.  How cool is that?  Believe me, this makes for a truly unique gift for birthdays, graduations, anniversaries, you name it

    For Gift Certificates CLICK BELOW...

     
    ALL Major Cards Cards are accepted.

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    Got Any Questions?

    Here’s How to Contact Me...

    Phone (leave a message): 818-821-6464
    Email: Bobby@1DayFilmSchool.com

     

    So, What Are You Waiting For?!

    Let’s be honest here -- there are two types of people in life: Doers and Talkers.  So, now is the time to ask yourself the big question: "Do you really want to make your feature film?"

    If the answer is "no" then I wish you the best of luck in whatever other endeavors you decide upon.  However, if the answer is "yes" – then what can you possibly lose by taking the 1-Day $99 Film School?

    I know what some of you are saying – "Hey! I can lose an entire Saturday afternoon and $99 bucks!"  Fair enough.  But, let me counter by saying this – you could also lose $50,000 and 4 years of your life toiling in film school.  Right?

    And, frankly, doesn't it make more sense to spend $99 on my course – and then spend that remaining $49,900 on your movie?  ...DUH!

    So, which would you rather do?  Which is the better investment, both financially and time-wise?

    Listen, I’m not some college professor expounding upon the "theory of film."  I’m an established, experienced, knowledgeable, WORKING feature filmmaker with nothing to prove.  Know what I mean?  I’m just offering you an incredible opportunity to learn, in ONE DAY, for LESS THAN $100, how to make a feature film for as little money as possible... and then sell it.  Period.

    Now it’s up to you to decide whether or not you're going to give your movie – and yourself – the "Green Light."

    P.S.  I have two simple mottos that have helped me survive in the movie business.  To see them click here

     

                                   

     

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