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Fw: [filmind-3] Tonight's Speakers

From: Susie L.
Sent on: Tuesday, August 7, 2012 1:02 PM
LA PRODUCES and HURD Meetup TONIGHT  in New Orleans. Click hotlinks and read BELOW for details.

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From: Wayne Douglas Morgan <[address removed]>
To: [address removed]
Sent: Tuesday, August 7,[masked]:12 AM
Subject: Re: [filmind-3] Tonight's Speakers

We also have another guest speaker...Jacquelyn Shulman
Ms. Shulman recently moved to NOLA from NYC after producing Swamp People, Bait Car, and Steven Segal Lawmen down here. She is also a member of the indie film collective Timecode:NOLA and co-director of their first annual film fest FF ONE happening Sep 28-30, 2012. They are doing some fun contests like a Super8 movie One Reel competition and our Joint Picture Project where they create an original feature film by editing together 20 short 5-minute films that take place in various neighborhoods around NOLA. They are going to premiere the film at One Eyed Jacks as a highlight event of FF ONE on Saturday Sep 29th then also screen the film in other festivals beyond FF ONE. They are also bringing in Oscar-nominated directors as judges and panelists along with some great workshops during the day. I would love to spread to the word to your members and meet more of the local film community.

I hope to see you tonight.  It should be a great meetup.

Thank you and please remember: 
Very Respectfully,

Wayne Douglas Morgan 
Upperline Entertainment, LLC
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From: Laurie Lee <[address removed]>
To: [address removed]
Sent: Tuesday, August 7,[masked]:30 AM
Subject: [filmind-3] Tonight's Speakers

Hi everyone,
I just wanted to let you all know who I booked to speak tonight at our meeting. I will not be there but Wayne Morgan will be there running the meeting.
First we will have a speaker from The Actors and Film Industry Expo:
Shanda Quintal is the founder and producer of the Louisiana Actors and Film Industry Expo, the largest film industry conference in the Gulf South region. The event draws nearly 1000 actors, writers, studio executives, directors, casting directors, producers, editors, talent agents, and other key industry players from all over. Shanda has been working in the Louisiana film industry since 1991, before there really was an "industry." She studied under Aaron Speiser in Los Angeles. Her theatre credits include "Bess" in the American Theatre Project's 2011 production of Porgy, and her film credits include A&E's Breakout Kings, and Lifetime's Justice for Natalee. This fall, she can be seen on HBO's hit series, Treme. - She will not make it but she is sending her partner Lolita.
Lolita Burrell - Lolita is an artistic accountant who loves to serve the community and is excited to serve New Orleans’ film community through her position as Chief Operating Officer for the Expo. In 2003, New Orleans CityBusiness honored her as a “Woman of the Year” and she was also awarded with a proclamation from the City Council for successfully spearheading the 2003 “New Orleans Does Business Right!” corporate governance and ethics conference, aka the CEO Summit. In 1999, she was named one of New Orleans Jazz Divas by Offbeat magazine. She sang under the stage name Lolita Trudeau. Lolita is also founder of Kids for Community, Inc. She and holds a degree from Tulane University and is a licensed CPA.
And Second we have Chris Trew:
Chris Trew is a comedian based in New Orleans. He founded The New Movement, a full time comedy theater and social club in the Marigny Triangle. Chris has appeared on the cover of The Gambit for his work as a leader within the New Orleans comedy scene and has toured the country teaching improv and performing comedy. He thinks everyone should take an improv class with The New Movement and he's going to explain why.
Thanks everyone and have a good meeting!
Laurie Lee

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