$15 Ticket Fee Waived for SAG-AFTRA Members to the 2014 72 Hour Shootout LAUNCH PARTY, June 6

When: 6-8 p.m., Friday, June 6

Where: The Korea Society
950 3rd Ave
New York, NY 10022

You've registered, attended the events, have all sorts of ideas for the stories you want to share with the world and now it's time! The theme of the Tenth Annual 72 Hour Shootout will be announced at 8 p.m. EST June 6, 2014. Join the Asian American Film Lab for the Launch Party and the LIVE THEME ANNOUNCEMENT in New York City! Filmmakers will still be seeking actors at the June 6 party and several of the Shootout judges will be attending. In addition, the new promo film for this year's Shootout: I'm Not Colorblind, written and directed by Film Lab's own Shootout Coordinator, Justin C. Lee, will be shown.

The 2014 72 Hour Shootout Coordinator Justin C. Lee and Connections Social Coordinator Willy Peng, along with the dedicated team of 72 Hour Shootout interns will be giving you some party games and networking tips to ensure you interact, mix and mingle to your heart's content. Bring business cards, demos, headshots, etc. and come ready to meet people at a rapid pace. Do not be late as they will only be there for two hours, so come on time and take advantage of every moment.

For more information about the 72 Hour Shootout, please visit http://www.asianamericanfilmlab.com/72-hour-shootout and "Like" www.Facebook.com/72hrShootout. Use #72HrSo on Twitter for even more!

RSVP NOW to ensure your entry into the party. SAG-AFTRA members must bring a valid SAG-AFTRA membership card for entry. 

Questions? E-mail Justin at Shootout@film-lab.org


SAG-AFTRA Members Receive 20 Percent Registration Discount to Minority Independent Producers Summit, June 25-27

When: 8:30 a.m. – 5:30 p.m., Wednesday, June 25 - Friday, June 27

Where: Tribeca Cinemas and MIST Harlem. See addresses below.

Tribeca Cinemas
54 Varick Street
New York, NY 10013

MIST Harlem
46 West 116th Street
New York, NY 10026
There is a strong desire to insure inclusion in the decision-making process for content creators of all stripes: those independent producers who come from all segments of our very diverse world have a chance to shape the worlds of film, television and digital content. The inaugural launch of the Minority Independent Producers Summit (MIPS) will enable the first meeting of its kind in affording independent producers from under-represented communities, including those of color, LGBT, women and those with disabilities, opportunities for working in small groups with established film and television producers, fund raisers, distributors and experts in multimedia.
The Minority Independent Producers Summit (MIPS) is an advocacy platform for today's minority independent producers and content creators to empower them to play a bigger role in reshaping the media landscape of today and tomorrow.

Registration required: 20 percent off registration fee for SAG-AFTRA members with discount code: mipssagaftra_disc14. Click here to register. Registration includes access to MIPS 3-Day Full Access Summit Pass; All MIPS Chats sessions, lunch and a reception on June 24. You must still register for your preferred events.

For more information about MIPS, please visit http://mipsummit.com.  The program schedule is available here: http://mipsummit.com/MIPS_ProgramSchedule.pdf. Follow @MIPSummit on Twitter for even more!

Questions? E-mail Sheila Quann or Tim Choi at info@mipsummit.com.

 

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