Workshop Discusses New Strategies for Original Work At PushPush 6/5
Brian Newman, former CEO of the Tribeca Film Institute and former executive director of IMAGE Film & Video Center in Atlanta, where he launched the Reframe project to help filmmakers, artists and organizations distribute their work and connect with new audiences using new technology. He speaks regularly on new media, audience development and the future of the film industry. More on Brian can be found on his blog, Springboardmedia.
About the Workshop:
Filmmakers today must take control of every aspect of their film. In addition to production, there is fundraising, distribution and audience engagement. This 4-hour intensive, hands-on workshop will cover best strategies for knowing your current audience and building a new fan-base, new funding models, DIY or self-distribution, "transmedia" and participatory audiences, and more.
The workshop will be followed by a networking party with Brian, along with Bill Chapman (VP Creative Development, Turner), Mark Wynns (Producer), Alex Motlagh (Producer), David Bruckner (Director), Linda Burns (Producer), other indie and feature film producers, reps from TBS, IMAGE, and more. A full guest list will be available June 1st.
Tickets on sale NOW. Spaces are limited.
Visit www.pushpushtheater.com, email email@example.com, or call 404-377-6332, ext. 1 to reserve a spot.
Who: Open to filmmakers, film students, and anyone else interested in
engaging new audiences.
Where: PushPush Theater - 121 New Street Decatur, GA 30030
When: Saturday, June 5, 2010, 2pm-6pm, followed by a networking party,
6pm-8pm (includes apps, bar & special guests).
Cost: Workshop: $60-$120 Pay-What-You-Can (includes networking party)
Networking Party Only: $20 (includes apps, beer & wine and access to