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With a wide selection of film screenings and educational panels, the Wheaton Film Festival ("WFF") is a great event to learn about the film industry and to watch some amazing short films. Tickets are required to attend. Purchase them at http://bit.ly/wff20-ticket. [Use code "PARTNER50" to get a 50% discount.] ------- WFF is going online and global for 2020. Everyone is welcome to attend on Nov 14 & 15. Each day begins at about 11am EST and lasts about 9+ hours. To see more information about the festival visit: https://wff2020.heysummit.com/. There are four types of tickets: DAY 1 - Access to seminars and screenings on DAY 1 of WFF. (No access to replays.) • Early Registration: $8 ($4 w/ discount) • Regular Registration: $10 ($5 w/ discount) • Late Registration: $13 ($6.50 w/ discount) DAY 2 - Access to seminars and screenings on DAY 2 of WFF. (No access to replays.) • Early Registration: $8 ($4 w/ discount) • Regular Registration: $10 ($5 w/ discount) • Late Registration $13: ($6.50 w/ discount) FULL FESTIVAL - Access to seminars and screenings on DAYS 1 and 2 of WFF. (No access to replays.) • Early Registration $12: ($6 w/ discount) • Regular Registration $15: ($7.50 w/ discount) • Late Registration $18: ($9 w/ discount) ALL ACCESS - Access to seminars and screenings on BOTH DAYS of WFF -and- full access to replays of all educational seminars after the festival is over. (Because of copyright, we can't offer ongoing access to films.) • Early Registration: $18 ($9 w/ discount) • Regular Registration: $20 ($10 w/ discount) • Late Registration: $23 ($11.50 w/ discount) Early Deadline: October 11th, 2020. Regular Deadline: November 8th, 2020. Late Deadline: November 14th, 2020. Use code “PARTNER50” for 50% off ticket price. Purchase tickets here: http://bit.ly/wff20-ticket. SCHEDULE: Saturday, November 14th, 2020: 11am - “Demystifying the Grant Writing Experience” with Paul Marengo (SEMINAR) 12:30pm - “Filmmaking with Virtual Sets” with Chris Petracco (SEMINAR) 2pm - “Marketing for Impact” with Amy DeLouise (SEMINAR) 3:30pm - “Effective Networking for Media Makers” with Melissa Houghton (SEMINAR) 5pm - “Entertainment Law 101” with John Mason (SEMINAR) 6:30pm - FILM SCREENING Student Films 8pm - FILM SCREENING Montgomery County Films Sunday, November 15th, 2020: 11am - “Filmmaking: the Next Generation” with Meagan Lewis (SEMINAR) 12:30pm - “Documentary Film Production” with Kevin Sharpley (SEMINAR) 2pm - “Writing Effective Stories for Script” with Maryanne Culpepper (SEMINAR) 3:30pm - “Technology for Sound Recording and Web Streaming” with Adam Levin (SEMINAR) 5pm - FILM SCREENING Primary Films 8pm - Awards Ceremony To see our film lineups, stay updated on our websites: https://wff2020.heysummit.com/ https://www.wheatonfilmfestival.com/ AWARDS AND PRIZES: "Levin Grand Prize" - Jury Award for Best Film in Primary Category "Kamen Grand Prize" - Jury Award for Best Student Film "Wheaton Award" - Jury Award for Best Community Story in Montgomery County Category For more information about the Wheaton Film Festival visit our websites or contact us at [masked]. To keep up with festival news and details follow us on social media. Facebook - facebook.com/WheatonFilmFest -and- facebook.com/groups/dcfilmmakers Instagram - instagram.com/wheatonfilmfest Twitter - twitter.com/WheatonFilmFest -and- twitter.com/brianfilms #FilmWheaton The Wheaton Film Festival 2020 is supported in part by the Arts & Humanities Council of Montgomery County, Chuck Levin's Music Center, DC Filmmakers, Adobe Software, Copyright Counselors, FilmConvert, Quick Film Budget, Red Giant, Studio Unknown, TIVA, Pro Cuts Editing Services, Write Brothers, and Clairvoyance LLC. This event is produced by Arune LLC. Our promotional partners include Docs In Progress, Creative Edge Collaborative, Gandhi Brigade, Women in Film and Video, Wheaton Arts Parade, Wheaton & Kensington Chamber of Commerce, WALA, and DC Media Makers.