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THE WILD WEST 2.0-- Creating, crowdfunding, and capturing an audience for your Content Online ....a NEW VOICES IN BLACK CINEMA WEB panel discussion

ActNow Foundation

Saturday, February 16, 2013 from 2:00 PM to 3:30 PM (EST)

THE WILD WEST 2.0-- Creating, crowdfunding, and...

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THE WILD WEST. 2.0-- Creating, Crowdfunding & Capturing an audience for Your Content Line

 

a NEW VOICES IN BLACK CINEMA FESTIVAL panel

 

Interested in creating & distributing orginal content for pay-per-view cable, iTunes, Netflix, mobile phones or YouTube-- or even starting your own channel?  Well there are a number of important business and legal concerns you need to consider.  From crowdsourcing, to protecting intellectual property online, to exploiting licensing opportunities, this panel will discuss the issues that should be considered when distributing your content online.

 

$10 Admission/ RECEPTION TO FOLLOW THE PANEL

 

Panelists:  Keith Josef Adkins-- screenwriter/ producer "The Abandon"

                    Angela tucker-- writer, director and producer "Black Folks Dont"

                    Lisa Bonner-- entertainment attorney with Bonner Law, P.C.

                    Lisa Willis-- Intellectual property attorney with Cowan, Liebowitz & Latman, P.C.

                    Chuck Burls-- writer/producer-- "Lenox Avenue"

 

Presented by ACTNOW FOUNDATION & METROPOLITAN BLACK BAR ASSOCIATION

Have questions about THE WILD WEST 2.0-- Creating, crowdfunding, and capturing an audience for your Content Online ....a NEW VOICES IN BLACK CINEMA WEB panel discussion? Contact ActNow Foundation

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South Oxford Space
138 South Oxford Street
Great Room
Brooklyn, NY 11217

Saturday, February 16, 2013 from 2:00 PM to 3:30 PM (EST)


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ActNow Foundation

ActNow Foundation Incorporated is a not-for-profit, 501(c)(3) theatre & film organization.


The foundation's mission is to encourage and promote the works of emerging filmmakers, playwrights and actors who, through their art form, depict the full range of African American & Latino experiences.  By offering a home for these artists, ActNow enriches its audiences and broadens the reach of grassroots art projects.




 

 


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