Want to make films that make a difference?
Join Women in Film and Meaningful Media this Monday for a Master Class and Panel Discussion on social issue filmmaking.
Social Issue Films: Powerful... Not Preachy! presents engaging ways to integrate facts and messaging into a film without boring or alienating the audience. This class draws from case studies to show how strategic use of tools such as humor, drama, and animation can be used to raise awareness of an issue and inspire viewers.
Panel discussion to follow:
Emily Meyers, Executive Director, Meaningful Media (Moderator)
Deborah Zipser, Head of Business Affairs, River Road Entertainment
Mitchell Block, Professor Specializing in Socially-Relevant Media, USC Film School
Eric D'Arbeloff, Co-President, Roadside Attractions
Lucia Noyce, Director, Artists for Amnesty
When: Monday, June 16th, 7 – 9 PM
The Stella Adler Theatre
6773 Hollywood Blvd.
Hollywood, CA 90028
Parking is available in the Hollywood & Highland parking structure across the street from the venue. Parking is $2.00 with theatre validation.
Cost: Free for WIF Members; $15 for non-members
RSVP: Email Linda Weitzler (email@example.com)