Llermo Rogers Production

Llermo Rogers Production

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1 hire on Lessons.com
7 employees
4 years in business

About this pro

Every aspect of filmmaking from script to screen in video production along with adding additional martial arts into a client's skills (optional). Yes, we specialize in people. 

(Optional)

A martial training in the art giving the peace of mind is the ultimate level to be within and in life whether it be personal or professional.

Additional skills: Martial arts consisting of Japanese, Chinese and Filipino will teach a realistic system of self-defense and combat to you, your love ones and/ or employees to stay safe in this age of chaos. 

This additional skill is offered to our most valued professionals, CEOs and Presidents the chance to bring peace of mind within their high pressured environment and would also foster a peaceful environment.

Helping others bring their vision come to life whether it be promotional, short story, documentary, marketing, vlogging or any event ... I am happy to be part of the journey to discovery.

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St. Louis, MO 63121
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What is your typical process for working with a new student?

It depends on the student's level of knowledge and experience; from there, we can explore the possibilities.


What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?

I am on my 4th Bachelor in film directing (graduating May 2019) (Other degrees in creative writing & philosophy; media studies class of 2017 with certificates in creative writing and video production. ). I am planning on pursuing a Masters in Film Directing in California. I have over 25 years of Japanese classical, Chinese – Tai Chi & Chin Na and Filipino knife fighting martial arts; I've helped choreographed “Draw the Line” directed by Nate Nguepsi. Qualification and experience in videography, cinematography, advance video editing, scriptwriting,  fight choreography, script analysis and scene study along with video & marketing promotional, music video, PSA (public support announcement), vlogging and short stories. I've helped with scene analysis and study in a theatre play called, “Chasing the White Rabbit” written by Mariah Richardson and currently “Merchant District” by Aaron Posner. Though, my main focus is in films. My last project, “Janaj”, a sci-fi short story I have written and directed. I am currently working on a senior project, a drama, “The Collectible” I have written and will be directing.

A few of my works :

A Star Wars fan made film in progress:

1. https://www.youtube.com/edit?o=U&ar=2&video_id=JYzCdkwRGkk

Natural walking form of self-defense/combat form that can be adapted to any martial art system:

2. https://youtu.be/owW7PzCQkV8

Lighting tutorial:

3. https://youtu.be/thLJalfk1wg

A trailer of my first short story, The Shadow:

4. https://www.youtube.com/edit?ar=2&o=U&video_id=ukkaOIQJXEs


Do you have a standard pricing system for your lessons? If so, please share the details here.

Any aspect of filmmaking from script to screen (pre-production, production and post-production) at 200.00 per hour.

200 per lesson or 3000 for two months brings: scene study and analysis along with fight choreography adding an extra dimension to your acting skill arsenal. I will help build your resume with a monologue, dialogue and one short story; then after the 2nd month, I will connect you with local St Louis, Missouri and IL filmmakers. I will send your resume to one Hollywood film director whom I use to study under.

Group of 4 -6 people: 4000 for 2 Months brings: scene study and analysis along with fight choreography adding an extra dimension to your acting skill arsenal. I will help build your resume with a monologue, dialogue and one short story; then after the 2nd month, I will connect you with local St Louis, Missouri and IL filmmakers. I will send your resume to one Hollywood film director whom I use to study under.

Martial training is a separate system from the program. It is geared for those working in professional world, CEOs and Presidents.


How did you get started teaching?

It is said that to get into the film industry can start anywhere; so, I was ask to help in fight choreography. Everything is history after that.

I have been training in the martial arts for over 30 years,but my first teaching job is in the martial arts started in 1995. I have taught over 25 in the civilian sector to 250 in the military sector.


What types of students have you worked with?

College students, a handful of talented professional actors and filmmaking along with a few traveling coast to coast actors and actresses and one on and off Broadway veteran actor of 30 years; though, my first teaching job in the martial arts started in 1995. I have taught over 250 in the civilian sector to over 1200 in the military sector.


Describe a recent event you are fond of.

I am fond of every filmshoot I have directed but my fond events are the time I spend getting to know my casts and crew.


What advice would you give a student looking to hire a teacher in your area of expertise?

Hire a teacher that takes the time to listen and knows what you need; so, you can reach me at Facebook under "llermorogers" if you're interested in getting results. I am the one with the green screen in the background.


What questions should students think through before talking to teachers about their needs?

A good start to ask oneself is if the teacher is friendly, open minded and passionate in what he does?

Will I be able to reach a point where my peace of milnd is important?


Lessons offered

Karate Classes Ninjutsu Trainers Self Defense Classes Tai Chi Classes Jiu Jitsu Classes Choreography Classes Filmmaking Classes Film Acting Classes Film And Tv Acting Classes Method Acting Classes Scene Study Classes Screenwriting Classes Creative Writing Tutors Video Production Classes Meditation Classes Acting Classes