Edward Bass Producer is a popular filmmaker, writer, story developers and film director. There are so many films buffs are around this and he is one amongst them. He has been attached to the film industry since his childhood and used to love watching films a lot. During his childhood, he spent a lot of time in production houses, watching how films are made in the backstage. This not only gave him the idea about filmmaking but also helped him immensely to become a true film lover. He found filmmaking so interesting that later in his life; he decided to try his hands in this profession. So far he is successful as a film story writer, dramatist, etc. and now as a producer, his first film is coming soon.

The film industry is a moderate industry and it depends on a lot of social factors. It is said that the film industry is the mirror of society. Those films, which represent the society properly and can provide a fun time to the viewers, are considered to be the successful films of all time. Thus, making a film is not easy as a filmmaker has to analyze the society well and based on that analysis films are developed. Apart from good story, casting, location selection and other important things, budget is one of the biggest factors that influence the overall success of a film. We have seen inpast that even though not having strong storyline, many film managed to do well due to aggressive film marketing. While, on the other hand, many good films have not been recognized as they failed get the proper attention.

Edward Bass Producer understands all these aspects of filmmaking precisely. He never underestimates any challenges in this field and that is the secret weapon of his success. From his love and affinity towards films and film industry, Edward Bass Film School has been initiated by him. He is the sole director of this organization or institute, where several aspects of filmmaking are taught to the students with utmost perfection. He shares his filmmaking ideas, film producing experiences to aid the future filmmakers.

USA, 10th DECEMBER 2013: Edward Bass is a famous filmmaker and a syndicated satirist whose picture BOBBY was nominated for the Golden Globe Awards. The Edward Bass Film School is now offering a free film class to all those who wish to pursue a career in film or related fields. The workshop will be commencing on January 3, 2014, and covers almost all aspects of financing, script preparation, casting, filming, development and sales.

The authorities guarantee that the classes will not include any typical intern work regarding making coffee, carrying out trash, and so on. The production work and script writing of a feature film project included in the workshop will help students in receiving credit.

The program is expected to give enough focus on all areas of filmmaking ranging from pre-production to post-production work. The classes will be composed of The Producers Workshop, The Lighting Workshop, The Filmmaking Workshop and Post-Production. All the instructors will provide complete assistance to students, in order to make them experts in the unique craft of filmmaking and related activities.

Edward Bass Film’s past producing partners were Sir Anthony Hopkins, Guillermo Del Toro, Stanley Kramer and Kevin Spacey. Learning the art of making films from such a recognized and established school will certainly help students in achieving success in their desired careers.

One of the students of Edward Bass’s film class says, “The Producer’s Workshop discussed the essentials of the producer’s job, we have learned the basic of casting, ways to raise funds for the project and marketing tactics.”

Each class and project is said to be designed in such a way to fulfill the purpose and objective behind filmmaking. Students are ensured hands-on training, especially in various shooing techniques, direction and so forth. Aspirants who wish to continue in this field can benefit from the information acquired through the projects and workshops conducted by Edward Bass.

This filmmaker has several years of experience in the film industry, which enables him to successfully impart basic as well as detailed information about moviemaking. Complete details on the activities in the film class can be collected from the website edwardbass.tv.

Become a winner by attending the free film classes offered by the Golden Globe nominated producer Edward Bass. To get more details about this free class, email FilmClass2014@EdwardBassFilms.com

About Edward Bassbass
Born 7/5/67 – Beverly Hills, California

Edward Bass is a Golden Globe nominee and 2007 Washington DC Circle of Excellence winner. He is also a producer, director, writer, actor and satirical journalist. He has produced alongside such producing partners as Sir Anthony Hopkins, Bobby, Guillermo del Toro (While She Was Out), Kevin Spacey (Mini’s First Time), Peter Berg (The Hill That Chris Climbed: The Gridiron Story), Stanley Kramer (Something a Little Less Serious, a documentary on It’s a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World) as well as James Franco and his NYU students (Black Dog Red Dog). His films have been accepted into most of the world’s major Film Festivals (Bobby opened the L.A. Film Festival and won the Biografilm award at Venice, Slingshot– in competition at Tribecca, and Come Early Morning — nominated for the Grand Jury Prize, Sundance). Having mentored over a dozen first time directors, he will make his feature film directorial debut with Belle. He has worked for seven years researching and writing the story of America’s most prolific, yet little known serial killer.

Bass founded Bold Films in 2004, long with his life long friend Michel Litvak. Although he left Bold Films in 2006 to pursue his creative vision, The management team he brought in to Bold continues the pattern of producing indie films that receive critical acclaim (Drive, nominated for an Oscar, and Only God Forgives, up in 2013 for a Palme D’Or award at the Cannes Film Festival)..

Bass’ other activities include his philanthropic work – he teaches nonprofit film classes in his TriBeCa loft and is the founder of “Born Warriors”, an organization initiated to get handicapable children involved in film. ReelAid, the nonprofit alongside which he won the Circle of Excellence Award, ties important causes together with celebrities to create documentary films that aid the nonprofits in their work.

Under the banner of Edward Bass Films he is also developing with Prince Cyrus Pahlavi a project about Princess Ashraf Pahlavi, the twin sister of the country’s last Shah, who was noteworthy for her support of women’s rights and fearless nature (Shadow of the Shah).

As a journalist for Splash Magazine, he covered such topics as his introducing Ryan White (who brought media attention to the unfair stigma about AIDS) to Nancy and Ronald Reagan spearheading GOP support for AIDS research, the death of Amy Winehouse, Edward Snowdon and some of his memoirs. He also is presiding President of the American Foundation for the Performing Arts, which he organized with Jack Valenti originally to present Stanley Kramer with its lifetime achievement award. While less important than getting the Reagans to support AIDS research, at Bold Films he initiated Bold Films’ annual Cannes sponsorship of AMFAR resulting in an increase of revenue in the millions to that organization.

Bass also served as manager to a range of talents, from ballerinas to boxers. One boxer included Julio Caesar Chavez, whom under Bass’ wings was made the highest priced super middleweight boxer in the history of the sport.Bass also produced such musicals and events as Bob Hope Birthday Day, “Great Moments on Stage,” with the Nicholas Brothers where the musical centered around costumes designed by Erte, and “Stardust,” with Toni Tenille and Tony Award winner Hinton Battle. He also produced John Gary’s cancer fund Fundraiser with Liza Minelli, Perry Como, Johnny Mathis, and Henry Mancini. Bass arranged for President Gerald Ford and his wife Betty to kick off his annual Oscar viewing event, and his Night at Bud Friedman’s Improv had a range of talent from Arnold Scwartzennneger, and Sam Kinnison to Syd Cesar and Buddy Hackett.

Lindsay Lohan always seems to have a lot on her plate, and this week she piled on yet another project. The teen starlet — whose second album, A Little More Personal, lands in stores next month — signed on for “Bobby,” a partially fictionalized account of Robert F. Kennedy’s 1968 assassination that focuses on the interconnected lives of characters working and staying at Los Angeles’ Ambassador Hotel in the hours leading up to the murder.

Lohan joins an ensemble cast that includes Anthony Hopkins, Sharon Stone, Demi Moore, Nick Cannon and Elijah Wood (see “Elijah Wood Joins Emilio Estevez’s Robert Kennedy Project”).
According to The Hollywood Reporter, the actress, who played an innocent teenager in “Freaky Friday” and a naive transfer student in “Mean Girls,” will portray a woman who marries her boyfriend’s brother (Wood) to spare him from the Vietnam War draft. The plan backfires, however, when Lohan falls in love with Wood’s character. Emilio Estevez will direct the independent film, which he also wrote. Production is expected to begin next week in Los Angeles.

“Lindsay, who you do not think of as an indie film actress, is an inspired choice and is the heart of the movie,” Edward Bass, the film’s producer, told the Reporter.
Shia LaBeouf (“Constantine,” “I, Robot”) and Brian Geraghty (“Jarhead”) have also been added to the cast. Both will be portraying members of Kennedy’s campaign staff.

Lohan recently stepped behind the lens for her directorial debut, helming the video for “Confessions of a Broken Heart,” the first single from A Little More Personal. She also has two films in the can, the indie “A Prairie Home Companion,” (with Woody Harrelson, Tommy Lee Jones, Virginia Madsen, and Meryl Streep) and “Just My Luck,” in which she plays a lucky New Yorker whose fortune changes when she falls in love with disaster-prone dude (see “Lindsay Lohan Pushes Her ‘Luck’ “).

For more on Lohan the director, see the feature “Lindsay Lohan Cracks The Mirror”