Film and TV Connection Message Board › Meetup details changed: A Film Exchange Discussion on Sun.
|Gini Graham S.||
I've updated this Meetup. For more details, see the full listing:
When: Sunday, February 10, 2013 12:00 PM
Where: Khorys restaurant
110 Marina Drive
Long Beach, CA 90803
A Film Exchange Discussion on Sun. Feb. 10 from 12 noon - 2 pm, Followed by Live Music and Dancing If You Want to Stay from 2-8 pm.
The Film Exchange is an event to both network and show, discuss, and get feedback on what you're working on and comment on others' ideas. Come with business cards. And if you have projects where you are looking for participants, such as directors and actors, you can announce these. The Exchange features clips, works in progress, script ideas, pitch approaches, etc. will be from 12 noon – 2 pm, followed by music and dancing if you want to stay. Bring your clips to show what you are working on, and if you want feedback on any film and TV projects -- from ideas to videos you are ready to promote, please come with your questions for discussion. For feedback on a script, bring up to 10 pages, and we'll do a reading with different roles. Whether you're a producer, director, screenwriter, or otherwise involved in the film or TV industries, please join us.
Some possible topics for feedback might be:
- deciding which project to produce
- choosing a title for your film or TV show
- making choices on casting
- developing a pitch for selling your film, TV show idea, or script
- creating an ad campaign
- making choices about locations
- choosing a director or DP
- determining what festivals to enter
- deciding on different approaches to your Website
- getting feedback on your script
- finding funding
Come with your ideas, and we'll have room to showcase them.
Now here are details about the Blues Sunday Afternoon on the Bay, which follows at 2 to 8 p.m.
Listen to live music and dance. Khoury’s features blues, jazz, R&B, and rock. There’s no cover charge! It’s a great way to spend a Sunday afternoon - by the water in a great venue listening & dancing to music with amazing musicians!!
Performing for the evening will be the JH BLUES FACTORY, plus more special guest musicians to add to the mix. JH is James Hirsen, originally from Chicago, who has played keyboard and harp with the Temptations and recorded at the legendary Chess Studios with numerous artists including Natalie Cole, The Impressions, Jerry Butler and many other Old School blues/jazz & RB entertainers. He is also a New York Times bestselling author and has over 300,000 Twitter followers. His music that has inspired The Beatles, Clapton, The Stones, and Stevie Ray Vaughn.