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FuelFilm: Expo 2012
Friday, September 28, 2012 at 5:00 PM - Sunday, September 30, 2012 at 5:00 PM (CDT)
FuelFilm: Expo is the region's largest and only conference dedicated to the education of filmmakers. The Conference includes three (3) tracks of speakers each focusing on a different discipline: Actors Track, Crew Track and Filmmakers Track.
Each track includes a minimum of six (6) sessions. Sessions can be purchased for the entire weekend ($99), of for a single morning or afternoon session ($49). Weekend passholders get a T-Shirt, gift bag and discounts for special events and promotional items. All passes include access to the Expo Floor and to the Screening Theater (hosted by Indie Memphis and OnLocation: Memphis).
Actors Track: Featuring Talent Agent DON RAYMOND, founder/owner ATM Talent Management
Crew Track: Featuring EVAN LUZI - author of award-winning blog, The Black & Blue.
Filmmakers Track: Featuring award-winning Director BILL VOLAND (Country Justice, Top Dog, Mr. Wrong)
Conference Sessions are staggared to allow for visits to the Screening Theater and the Expo Floor.
Join the biggest film-related conference in the region for education and inspiration for your next film project.
Don't miss the Pitch Competition at our Free Friday Night Preview and watch as we set fire to stuntman - Ian Quinn, and the local film industry!
Buy your tickets today! Limited Early Bird Tickets are available through August 31, 2012. Save $14 by purchasing your tickets today!
To purchase Expo Booths or Sponsorships, or to donate to our gifts bags, contact Matt Beickert at email@example.com or (901) 213-7655 (Roll).
This event is sponsored by NIKON, USA and The Department of Communications, Graphic & Fine Arts at Southwest Tennessee Community College.
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FuelFilm:Memphis is engaged in promoting growth of the Memphis film industry through education of Filmmakers, Producers, Investors and the Business community. We provide instruction in best practices of film finance, investment and the business of film, and we facilitate and encourage the relationships between them.
Bottom Line - our mission is to get more local films made in Memphis.