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Jane Applegate
Jane Applegate
Master Class: Best Practices for Production

Whether you produce documentaries, narrative films, TV programs, corporate videos or live events, this intensive two-hour workshop is for you. 

Veteran producer Jane Applegate and documentary director Meryl Joseph will share proven, practical strategies that you can put to work right away to reduce stress and save both time and money. Bring your toughest production problems to this class and she'll help you find ways to solve them!

Jane Applegate is an award-winning producer of films, TV programs, promotional videos and live events. Her clients include Microsoft, Verizon Wireless, Sprint, Cox Business and Bloomberg TV. Applegate has written and produced several long and short form documentaries for broadcast and cable. She's served as line producer on two feature films and produced Much Ado in Mostar, a short doc about a theater camp for teenagers affected by the civil war in Bosnia. She's currently producing a narrative film about America's first female lighthouse keeper who fought to keep her job after her husband died in 1850.

Meryl Joseph
's documentaries, which feature the personal voice as well as the collective narrative, have received numerous awards, with screenings in film festivals and museums internationally, as well as Nickelodeon, TLC, and Metro One.  Her films City Farmers and Into The Mainstream are included in the curated collection of ReFrame (Tribeca Film Institute). Joseph is currently working on a sequel to Into The Mainstream, and a feature film, Stolen Goods. Meryl served two terms on the NYWIFT board.

Produced by Jane Applegate.

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