Sketchfest Workshop | Digital Shorts | Kate Moran
About the class
Short-form Comedy Videos have exploded onto the market in the last several years, proving them to be an effective and entertaining way to reach a larger audience beyond the stage. This workshop will go over all aspects of what makes a successful sketch comedy video, from concept and scripting to crewing up and equipment, budgeting and production, to post-production, marketing, and more. During the course of this workshop we’ll go over best practices, as well as different case studies. Students will have an opportunity to receive detailed feedback and direction on their own video pitches as well.
Kate Moran is a producer, director, writer, actor, and comedian based in NYC. In the last 10 years, Moran has worked on over 50 independent productions for stage and screen. She is the VP of the annual Nasty Women Unite Fest, a multi-day intersectional feminist arts festival; creator and producer of The Revolution, a monthly stand-up comedy show and podcast; and director/head writer for Church Social, a sketch comedy house team for The People’s Improv Theater. She is currently working on several new films, a podcast, and a novel. www.kmoproductions.com