The BUEG Writers & Actors group meets on the last Monday of each month. Our next meeting is Monday, April 29 from 7-10p in Los Angeles. Join fellow writers and actors to discuss accountability and read new work-in-progress.
For details, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Northwestern University Entertainment Alliance invites BUEG members to its POSTPRODUCTION PANEL on April 17.
Post Production Panel – April 17th
Join us for our Post Production panel in two weeks on Wednesday, April 17th! We’ve assembled an awesome group of industry professionals who will illuminate the many facets of Post Production for Film, TV and Internet Media, from sound and scoring to picture editing, visual effects and everything in between.
This is sure to be of great interest to seasoned pros as well as those building their careers in the industry. You won’t want to miss this opportunity to hear and meet our panelists as they share their valuable insights and experiences.
Current panelists include:
Patrick Morganelli, Composer
(“The Haunting Of Pearson Place,” “Deadland,” “Two-Minute Heist”)
Alisa Khosrovschahi, Assistant Editor
(“Weed Wars,” “UFC Ultimate Insider,” The Boys of Abu Ghraib”)
Rommel Calderon, VFX Artist
(“Star Trek the Next Generation Remastered,” “Pushing Daisies,” “Falling Skies”)
Nancy Kirhoffer, Post Supervisor
(“Girl Rising,” “Sparkle”)
Nancy Richardson, Feature Editor
(“Stand and Deliver,: “Selena,” “Thirteen,” “Lords of Dogtown,” “Step Up,” “Twilight,” “Warm Bodies”)
Colin Taylor, Online Editor
(“Vindicated,” “Real Husbands of Hollywood”)
Nathan Matsuda, VFX Artist
(“Once Upon A Time,” “17th Precinct,” “WALL-E”)
NUEA Post Production Panel
Wednesday, April 17th
Doors open at 7:30 PM
Panel starts at 8 PM
WGA – Multi-Purpose Room
3000 W Third St. (at Fairfax)
Free parking under the building (enter off Fairfax), Street parking
FREE for NUEA members
$5 for non-members and guests
Please RSVP to email@example.com with POST PANEL in the subject line!
FROM OUR FRIENDS AT HARVARDWOOD:
First Annual Beijing International Screenwriting Competition!
(NO ENTRY FEE — Cash prizes and all-expense paid trips to Beijing for winners; deadlines April 7th & April 20th)
Open to US-based contestants of all nationalities, this new competition is asking writers to submit both short film (the short film portion is open to full-time students and recent grads) and feature film screenplays (open to all US-based writers) centered on Beijing and its rich, multifaceted culture. As the first of its kind, the goal of this groundbreaking initiative is to foster artistic collaboration and an ongoing creative dialogue between China and the US.
Proposals for the first round of the feature film competition are due April 7, and short film screenplays are due April 20. And note — there is no entry fee for this competition. The top finalists for each will be announced in May. In addition to international recognition, there will be prizes totaling more than $100,000 in value, including all-expense paid trips to Beijing in June. And up to seven Short Film Grand Prize winners will have their films produced in Beijing.
For full submission rules and guidelines, please visit:http://writebeijing.org/competition.
Ms. Huiguang Zhang will serve as President of the Competition, and film producer and Harvardwood member, Kevin Niu will serve as Chairman. Honorary Competition Presidents will include Vice-Mayor of Beijing Wei Lu and two-time Academy Award-winning director Mark Harris. Harris and Tracey Trench, producer of THE PINK PANTHER and EVER AFTER and consultant for Oriental DreamWorks, will serve as the Competition’s Grand Judges.
The 2013 Beijing International Screenwriting Competition is sponsored by the Beijing International Creative Industry Corporation. Other partners include LeTV and Harvardwood. For more information on the 2013 —Beijing International Screenwriting Competition, please visithttp://writebeijing.org/.
Read more about the competition in the NY Times, the LA Times, Variety, and the Wrap.
No purchase necessary. Void where prohibited. Must enter by 11:59 p.m. ET on 4/7/2013. Open only to legal residents of the fifty (50) United States and D.C. who have reached the age of majority. Please see the Official Rules for additional information regarding eligibility requirements. Sponsored by Beijing International Creative Industry Corporation, Beijing, PR China, in partnership with LeTV and Harvardwood.
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