Fw: SYNC UP CINEMA -- April 29-May 1 -- FREE!

From: Susie L.
Sent on: Friday, April 26, 2013 3:08 PM


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Subject: SYNC UP CINEMA -- April 29-May 1 -- FREE!

Sync-Up

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City of New Orleans
This program is supported in part by a Community Arts Grant made possible by the City of New Orleans. The grant is administered through the Arts Council of New Orleans.
 
 
 
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Producers

The New Orleans Video Access Center (NOVAC), the Jazz & Heritage Foundation, and the New Orleans Film Society (NOFS) have partnered to produce Sync Up Cinema, a FREE film industry conference focused on Louisiana film production and the emerging opportunities in the film industry.

For three days (April 29 - May 1), in between the weekends of Jazz Fest, Sync Up Cinema will bring to the region: screenings of local and international documentaries, 
NOVAC Conversations and Panels with internationally renowned filmmakers and industry pros, and the Technical and Film Industry Outreach Expo featuring technical demonstrations and production resources from national film industry vendors.

All events take place at the New Orleans Museum of Art, in City Park, walking distance to Jazz Fest. Sync Up Cinema admission is free and no advance registration is needed. 
 
HIGHLIGHTS INCLUDE: 
  • In Your Dreams - a documentary starring Fleetwood Mac's Stevie Nicks with Q&A with Director Dave Stewart (formerly of the Eurythmics) to follow 
  • Conversation with Sherri Candler (Marketing and Festival Strategist for independent filmmakers)
  • Sound Sync: Film Scoring and Sound Design - a conversation featuring sound mixer Larry Blake (Che, Side Effects, Oceans trilogy) and film composer Cliff Martinez (Lincoln Lawyer, Arbitrage, Traffic, Spring Breakers)
  • Got Rep? - a conversation featuring James Napper of Napper Law, New York based entertainment attorney and industry blogger Robert Seigel and Will Rowbotham of New York management firm Prolific Entertainment 
  • Maharajah to Market - a conversation and screening with filmmaker Lily Keber (Bayou Maharajah
  • Editorial License - a conversation sponsored by Cineworks with Academy Award Winning Innovator Michael Philips and veteran editor and former supervising editor at Sony Home Entertainment Christopher Holmes
 
Sync-Up  
                                                                      
 SUPPORT PROVIDED BY: Sync Up sponsors
 
BECOME A FILM SOCIETY MEMBER!
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JOIN NOW for a discount on all filmOrama screenings   
and to take advantage of tons of other member benefits  
(including 70+ FREE screenings year-round)!

This month alone, members will get the chance to see the new Ross McElwee film Photographic Memory for FREE at the Contemporary Arts Center on Tuesday, April 30; enjoy a free screening each Thursday at Chalmette Movies; and take advantage of discounts on all of our other scheduled programming for the coming month (including five outdoor screenings).  

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