UnionDocs invited to NY Film/Video Council Panel at DCTV on Tuesday, October 27, 2009, from 6:15 – 7:45 pm.
87 Lafayette St (bet. White & Warren St. – 2 blocks below Canal)
New York, NY 10013-4410
Low Cost/No Cost and The City: An evening of films, discussion and ideas.
How do filmmakers approach a new world of Low Cost and No Cost film production? How does WNET/Thirteen and Public Broadcasting see itself as offering new opportunities to independent narrative and documentary film producers? What options are available to emerging filmmakers in today’s climate?
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Now working as the Programmer for UnionDocs, Steve has a background with festival work in operations as well as programming, having worked with numerous fests including Sundance and Tribeca, and remains involved with the prestigious Robert Flaherty Film Seminar. Steve was previously working in production at Mark Cuban and Todd Wagner’s HDNet Films (Enron: The Smartest Guys in the Room, Gonzo: The Life and Work of Doctor Hunter S. Thompson, Steven Soderbergh’s Bubble, and Brian De Palma’s Redacted). In addition, Steve has been involved with international sales for documentaries with Cactus Three and institutional DVD sales with Gartenberg Media Enterprises. can you buy citalopram online uk
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Rich Siegmeister is Director of Business Development & Institutional Strategy for WNET.ORG He was one of the creators of THIRTEEN’s independent film series Reel 13. Rich is currently developing several new projects for both local and national distribution in public media.
Bob Morris is Senior Producer at WNET Channel 13. He is an Emmy Award winning producer and Senior Producer of the series NEW YORK VOICES, Thirteen/WNET’s Emmy Award-winning public affairs series that features profiles and interviews with a cross-section of newsmakers, experts and community leaders.
Keith Boynton is a playwright and filmmaker who divides his time between New York City and the wilds of Connecticut. He graduated summa cum laude from Amherst College with a double major in English and Theater; since then he’s directed three feature films and had five plays produced in New York. His latest film project can be seen at 12films12weeks.com.
Mike Lavoie is an actor and writer. A graduate of Georgetown University, he later studied at Yale, the William Esper Studio, the LAByrinth Theater and the UCB Theater. An Associate Producer of the hit Off-Broadway show Sleepwalk With Me, he spent the summer of 2009 producing twelve short films in twelve weeks: www.MikeLavoie.com
Please RSVP by calling the NYFVC member hotline: 212-330-0450.
For information on becoming a member, please go to www.nyfvc.org