8 Film Tutors Found Near Oakland, CA



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Steven S.

Film Tutor

Oakland, CA 94602

Will travel 25 miles

$60 per hour.

5.0 7 ratings

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Steve is a Video Producer available for tutoring

I have been a filmmaker for 35 years, starting out shooting and editing 16mm film, working in videotape, and now fully at ease in the digital realm. I am a director, producer, cameraman, and editor. I also have a detailed knowledge of world cinema, and the history of film. Steven is a highly experienced and creative digital producer. His work has been viewed by millions on broadcast television, in movie theaters and on the Internet. He has worked with the whole range of cameras: from 16mm film to DSLR, and is a veteran editor who works quickly to tell lean and disciplined story-lines. He was D [more]


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Mike C.

Film Tutor

Berkeley, CA 94705

Will travel 5 miles

$50 per hour.

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Movie Making Tutor-Start to edit-Mixing high tech/ hand craft

I have worked as an art director and set decorator for over fifteen years. I have recently finished teaching movie making workshops to middle schoolers for the past summer and loved it. I was the lead man for the art department on the feature film, "The Minus Man", starring Owen Wilson. Having a life-long compulsion to rearrange everything possible until a certain harmony is achieved has served me well through many jobs over the last fifteen years, mostly in the capacity of art director, set decorator or prop stylist. Over the last five years, I have been studying and working at mastering non- [more]


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Lucas R.

Film Tutor

Alameda, CA 94501

Will travel 5 miles

$70 per hour.

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Blockbuster Animator and Filmmaker

I've made award winning animated and live action films that have been shown at several film festivals, and I won best animated short film at the Louisville Film Festival. I also work for visual effects studios like ILM and Sony and I'm currently working on Robert Zemeckis's next film I've work at studios like ILM and Sony and have freelance clients like LEGO and Nestle. I've had the privilege to work on major feature films like Transformers and Stephen Spielberg's new movie Ready Player One. Work I've contributed to has won Emmys and nominated for many other awards like the Annies. I love [more]


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Vanessa L.

Film Tutor

Oakland, CA 94612

Will travel 10 miles

$40 per hour.

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Professor V = Challenge + Support

I instructed five years of Film Arts + Cultures courses at the University of Michigan. I have experience in Film History, Theory, Aesthetics and Production and am an expert in comparative world film cultures and human-rights films. Hello! I've been an adjunct professor at UCLA, an instructor at the University of Michigan, writing workshop teacher at UC Berkeley, adjunct at community colleges, as well as a tutor for Varsity, Compass and Kaplan. I'll help guide your learning journey by setting goals, engaging interests, connecting them to your life and appreciating incremental successes! Cheers [more]


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Nima N.

Film Tutor

Walnut Creek, CA 94597

Will travel 7 miles

$100 per hour.

5.0 12 ratings

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CTC Credentialed English, Reading, Writing teacher with PhD

I have worked in the entertainment industry since 1999. My IMDb profile attests to that fact. I started as a Production Assistant, and have worked as a Production Coordinator, as well as an assistant to producers. I have also worked as a script reader and a script consultant with independent film legend and producer's representative Jeff "The Dude" Dowd. I helped professional screenwriters edit and strengthen the structure of their screenplays. I've also taught film theory courses at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. These courses involve viewing films and discussing them with theoretica [more]


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Michael F.

Film Tutor

San Francisco, CA 94114

Will travel 40 miles

$50 per hour.

4.78 9 ratings

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Professional Video Producer, Director, Editor

I have over 20 years experience creating film and video projects, trainings, events and personnel for non-profits and technology corporations. My Professional work includes education, Silicon Valley Fortune 10, SMB and startups. Pro-bono work for the Burning Man Organization, Rebuilding TogetherSF, Relief International and others. ***UPDATE: October 2018: Now teaching Adobe Premiere Rush CC editing app! *** I am a professional video producer, director and editor with over 20 years experience, working in online education for University of California, production for Hollywood and with Silicon V [more]


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Charles T.

Film Tutor

Richmond, CA 94805

Will travel 40 miles

$45 per hour.

5.0 2 ratings

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Music Production, Audio Engineering, Elementary math, reading

I have a Bachelor's Degree from Howard University for Radio, TV, & Film production so during my years in college I was properly educated on how to create & edit video projects. Creative & hard working communications professional with 10 years of experience in radio, television, & film. A hands-on producer, writer, and journalist effective at creating, producing and supervising a diverse range of network and independent productions with a passion for turning the best ideas into shows and movies that entertain and inspire. I am a graduate in Communications with a focus in Audio Production from [more]


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Marissa F.

Film Tutor

San Francisco, CA 94102

Will travel 25 miles

$95 per hour.

4.71 72 ratings

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Ivy League Grad with a Masters in Ed and Four Wheel Drive

I took a number of courses at Brown on film theory. I studied and wrote on the "classics," writing my final paper on Balltleship Potemkin. Russian, French (which I speak) and Australian cinema are my fortes. Additionally, I have written a number of film reviews for various publications back in NYC. Tutoring is something I fell into in high school, and I haven?t stopped since. I started out by helping friends and other classmates; however, in college, it became my unofficial part-time job - one that paid in fantastically edible, non-cafeteria meals. By the time I was in grad school, it evo [more]