Get out on Thursday, November 21st to meet & mingle with fellow filmmakers at BOSCPUG in the Bright 2K Family Screening Room at The Paramount Center at Emerson College - grab a seat!
We welcome film editor Alan Edward Bell, A.C.E. who joins us for a special conversation on his latest work and career. Alan is best known for his editorial work on "Little Manhattan," "(500) Days of Summer," "Water For Elephants," "The Amazing Spiderman," "The Hunger Games" and the soon to be released next installment, "The Hunger Games: Catching Fire." Alan's resume spans over twenty four years of post-production experience and includes a long list of credits in editorial as well as visual effects.
Bring your questions with you, there will plenty of time to engage with Alan - this is a Don't Miss!
- Filmmaking in New Hampshire: ONLY DAUGHTERProducers, Editors, filmmakers: Get out to network, swap stories and business cards, discover talent and crew for your next project - and interact with members of Boston's Production and Post community.
$20,000, 10 days, 25 locations and a handful of cast and crew in the rural world of New Hampshire. With all heart. All joy.
We welcome director Aaron J. Weiderspahn and other cast & crew for a conversation on filmmaking in New Hampshire and show & tell on ONLY DAUGHTER, winner of "New Hampshire Film of the Year" at the 13th Annual New Hampshire Film Festival. Joining the conversation with Weiderspahn and cast & crew will be NHFF Co-Founder Dan Hannon. Bring your questions!
Enjoy a great night of networking, engaging screenings & conversation ~ then, join us for an industry reception
featuring Drinks & Appetizers
next door at SALVATORE'S
to enjoy a few cocktails and continue the conversation.
We will also be giving away a complimentary pass (worth $2,095) to the 7th Annual Editors Retreat
, taking place in Savannah, Georgia February 26 - March 2, 2014, plus
other filmmaker-related prizes in our Big Dig Raffle