Candy Apple Red, a new film by Kansas City filmmaker Todd Norris debuted at the Screenland Theater at Crown Plaza this weekend.
Archives for November 2010
The Stem Cell Divide – Barbara Lansan Shuman; Jill Mirowitz Mogil and Sharon Harris Pollack.
Pitch It! Workshop panel:
Shawn McClaren Producer, Hallmark Hall of Fame (movies)
Billy Murphy, contracted Director of Casting for both NBC and ABC shows included Friday Night Lights, The Office, Brothers and Sisters, Castle, Cougar Town, Greyâ€™s Anatomy, and Modern Family. (scripted tv)
Tim Breitbach, Vice President Development Coolfire Media Originals, St. Louis (reality tv)
Frank Popper, PBS/KETC, St. Louis (docs)
The deadline for the early registration fee has been extended to November 30. Don’t miss an opportunity to make lasting connections with other film professionals from around the state. Students: This is the most affordable educational and networking opportunity you’ll have this year or next. The student fee covers 4 meals, all sessions, all breaks and the Producer’s Circle reception. Watch a pitching competition on Tuesday and have in-depth discussions about the business of film (rights and permissions, working with musicians and music rights, contracts, unions, etc) during the Film Boot Camp.
Don’t miss an extended session with Courtney Noble of Fortissimo Films. Courtney will talk about what to do once a film has been accepted at at Film Festival and the ins and outs of international film distribution.
Hear from Jerry Jones, Director of the Missouri Film Office; Katy Steele Danner, Director of the Missouri Division of Tourism and Deputy Director of Economic Development, and representatives of the film industry from each area of the state regarding the state of the industry in 2010 and our challenges and opportunities in the year to come.
Talk with the Missouri Arts Council (in one-to-one sessions if needed) about your project or organization and how MAC might be able to assist you.
MOMMA is made stronger when the industry comes together. Please plan to join us on December 6 and 7 for two great days of education, fun and networking. Register today!
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