"Kenny" Guerrilla Filmmaking Case Study with Clayton Jacobson

Our good friend Clayton Jacobson is giving a talk on his awesome feature film "Kenny" next Monday at the Classic Cinema in Elsternwick. "Kenny" was an absolute sensation (both critically and commercially) when it was released and it's an incredible example of independent filmmaking. If you're at all interested in indie film, or if you've ever thought about tackling your own independent project, then I can't recommend this enough!

Here's the full details:

Clayton Jacobson conducts a detailed, engaging and entertaining blow-by-blow account of the making of his critically acclaimed smash hit comedy Kenny.

A master class in thinking outside the box and embracing the art of problem-solving.

Clayton Jacobson reveals the methodologies applied to every aspect of this ultra-low budget production, uncluding the unique marketing tools used to attract a record number of bums on seats.


The session starts at 7pm on Monday June the 16th. Head over to classiccinemas.com.au to grab your tickets!

Chris Pahlow

Chris Pahlow is an independent writer/director currently in post-production on his debut feature film PLAY IT SAFE. Chris has been fascinated with storytelling since he first earned his pen license and he’s spent the last ten years bringing stories to life through music videos, documentaries, and short films.