The 12th annual South East Europe Film Festival kicks off in Los Angeles on April 27
Mark your calendar now for 8 days of film screenings, gala opening and closing events, international speakers, Q&A with filmmakers, parties and networking with industry professionals and fans of South East European films. The Festival begins on April 27 and continues through May 4.
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Writers Guild Theater - 135 S Doheny Dr, Beverly Hills, CA 90211
Laemmle Music Hall - 9036 Wilshire Blvd, Beverly Hills, CA 90211
Goethe Institute - 5750 Wilshire Blvd #100, Los Angeles, CA 90036
West Hollywood Library campus - 625 North San Vicente Boulevard, West Hollywood, CA 90069
April 27: Opening Gala and Screening of The Consitution at the Writers Guild Theater. Check calendar for more details. Doors open at 6 pm; Screening at 7 pm; Reception following the film.
May 4: Gala Awards followed by the screening of Roza of Smyrna, then Festival Wrap party, at the Writers Guild Theater.
Business of Film Conference
April 29 at 9:00 am, Goethe-Institut
All About Visual Aspect of Cinema
2017 SEEfest Panel on Cinematography
followed by networking brunch
The 2017 SEEfest business-of-film panel will explore the impact of the technological revolution on moving images and the ways movies are made today. What are the best practices in approaching the visual aspect of the project? How the DP prepares to channel director’s vision? Which camera fits your specific project, and what to look for when making your choice? The panelists will offer insights, trade tips and specific advice about the workflow and gear that can be tremendously helpful for indie filmmakers. Learn from experts how the right combination of talent, equipment, and tech wizardry advances visual storytelling and enriches our viewing pleasure.
FREE to attend, but RSVP mandatory - get your free ticket to reserve your seat!
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