TU. 7.27.21



Content Creation with Shane Borza and Erin Miracle 



Learn from Content Creator, Coach, and Director Shane Borza amd Miracle Makers Film Fest Director Erin Miracle on how to take your career to new heights by making your own content. 


Do you want to make your own content, grow your following, advance your career, direct, star in, produce, and become the maker of your own success? This seminar will show you how. In our evolving industry it’s never been easier to make what you want to make, and to find an audience who appreciates what you do. Learn from the best and be inspired to get out there and make it happen for yourself.



Shane Borza - Shane Borza is an award winning filmmaker with 20 years experience as a writer and director. Starting his film education in Australia, where he attended both an international film school and stunt academy, Shane quickly built his resume by working on three feature films in three months. Over the years, he has accrued over 200 on set credits, mostly as a First AD.


Now with his own Coaching Company, Shane teaches creatives how to find their voice, tell their story, and get their art out to the world. Current projects include releasing multiple books on filmmaking (Film Notes, Film Notes Workbook, and Content Creator), being a staff writer on AOF Megafest Magazine, and releasing several feature films.


Erin Miracle is a Dancer, Choreographer, Actress, Writer, Director and Producer. She was born in Tulsa, Oklahoma where she began her training at the June Runyon School of Ballet in dance and theater. At the age of 11 Erin’s family moved to Germany where she starred in a production of Annie and received her first Best Actress nomination from The International Tournament of Plays.

Erin was accepted with scholarship into the California Institute of the Arts Dance program. After two years of study at CalArts Erin transferred to the American Musical and Dramatic Academy in Hollywood to continue her education in singing, dancing, and acting. After graduating she moved to Chicago and began her professional career, acting in Chicago Children's Theater, as the Director of Dance at The Entertainment Project, training at the Joffrey Ballet and Hubbard Street Dance Theater, and as the Principal Dancer for the Anita Davis Dance Theater.  

Based on her writing samples and after extensive interviews Erin was accepted to the graduate program at the most academic Lutheran seminary in the country, LSTC Chicago. In seminary Erin was at the top of her class and hired by the writing department to tutor Ph.D. students in writing and in translating German theology.


Later Erin moved back to Los Angeles. She has been a three-time international American Apparel Model featured on buses, billboards, magazines, stores and website. She was awarded Best Actress at the Downey Late Night Horror Film Festival for her lead role in the independent feature Dead Kansas directed by Aaron K. Carter. 


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