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Free Hollywood Panel on Thursday, November 2, 2006

Finding Your Place in Hollywood in an Ever-Changing Industry

On Thursday evening, November 2nd at the Samuel French (Studio City) Bookshop I spoke with a panel of other Focal Press authors, each with an expertise in a different facet of the industry. My peers offered their excellent insights into how to survive and thrive in this notoriously competitive and shape-shifting world.

This event took place from 7:00 - 9:00 p.m.

  • Samuel French is located at:
    11963 Ventura Blvd
    Studio City, CA 91604-2607
    (a block and-a-half east of Laurel Cyn. on the north side of the street)
    (818) 762-0535
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Map of 11963 Ventura Blvd
Studio City, CA 91604-2607

Refreshments were served. There was no charge to attend, and RSVPs are not required.

Panelists

Carolyn Handler Miller - interactive entertainment & writing for new media, author of Digital Storytelling: A Creator's Guide to Interactive Entertainment

Barbara Clark - post production, co-author of Guide to Postproduction for TV and Film: Managing the Process, Second Edition

Louise Levison - business plans & financing for independents, author of Filmmakers and Financing: Business Plans for Independents

Blain Brown - cinematography, author of Cinematography: Image Making for Cinematographers, Directors, and Videographers

Dan Rahmel - low-budget filmmaking, author of Nuts and Bolts Filmmaking.

Eve Honthaner - basic production & "making it" in the entertainment industry, author of Hollywood Drive: What it Takes to Break in, Hang in & Make it in the Entertainment Industry

Susan Spohr, author of Guide to Postproduction for TV and Film: Managing the Process, will be moderating.