Falls short ....
Unfortunately, whilst Forrest is a fantastic photographer, he isn't a great teacher. Alex should have directed him to coax out a teacher. This workshop falls short in 3 key ways 1- Being about creating a moment.
Essentially: write an idea in your notebook.
Not great - More direction needed. E.G. Show Forrests notebook, discuss inspiration, why did you settle on this wardrobe - these colours etc. 2 -Referencing film
From the ad copy you'd expect interesting insights discussing film vs digital, grain, contrast. Instead, to paraphase: Take photo with a film camera and one with a digital camera and adjust the sliders til it looks similar in LR! If this is the scope I'd say save the money here and pick up Alien Skin's Exposure 4 which offers fanastic tools for replicating film. 3 -Teaching standard + lack of content
The creation of a moment isn't satisfactorily taught . A large portion of the segments listed are barely even segments. EG The Preset segment = Looking at presets is good, because you see what another photographer does.
There is little over 10 minutes of shoot footage and the photos editted you don't see being shot.
The section working with talent, listed as 20+ minutes on the ad which you would assume is on location and working with talent. In fact, is only 5 minutes of a talking head . Had there been more actually footage from the shoot, viewers would have benefitted more than from the talking head approach of the workshop. Save your money