Saturday, May 29, 2010

B&H Event Space Events

If you're in New York, B&H has some interesting events coming up at their Event Space next month.

D.I.Y. Distribution for Filmmakers
Thursday June 3, 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Speaker: Andrew Byrd
Join Andrew for his step-by-step presentation that will provide useful information and advice for aspiring and experienced filmmakers whose goal is to get their movies seen and distributed.

Next there will be a round table discussion on packaging materials for film markets such as Cannes and AFM. This will include showing examples of budgets, schedules, posters, and treatments, as well as what a filmmaker needs for perspective investors in order to secure financing. Also discussed will be how to work film festivals if you’re an Official Selection. This will include helpful tips on how to get your film the most favorable treatment within the festival and most importantly its organizers.

EditFest Short Cuts - The Producer/Editor Experience
Monday, June 7, 11:00 AM - 1:00 PM
Speaker: Allan Title, Josh Apter
In this in-depth discussion, seasoned reality TV producer and editor Allan Title will screen clips from his work on hit shows like, Dog the Bounty Hunter, and give an insider’s view of what it’s really like in the world of "Reality TV". You’ll see how a character is shaped, how a story is massaged and how far people go in the name of non-fiction.

The Making of a Film Scene Using a Canon 5D Mark II
Wednesday, June 9, 3:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Speaker: The Lombard Twins
The B&H Event Space is pleased to present a special film screening of the dance scene “Sublevados,” shot entirely on a Canon 5D Mark II. Created by twin brothers Martin and Facundo Lombard, this creative duo will talk about their experience using the 5D Mark II without a crew or production budget. This lecture is targeted towards independent filmmakers or anyone that dreams of making their very own film. Martin and Facundo will share their philosophy in art that will help you express yourself freely while developing ideas that and engaging in the creative process.

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