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Events and Tickets 2012

IMPORTANT NOTE – The information below is from 2012. DO NOT make any plans or purchases from this page.

 

FILM-COM TICKETED EVENTS

  • The New Project Expo & Film/Television Networking Event
  • Television Business Seminar
  • Film Business Seminar
  • Special Event/s TBA

THE NEW PROJECT EXPO & FILM/TELEVISION NETWORKING EVENT


WHAT
The New Project Expo is a showcase of new feature, television or documentary works in progress, where filmmakers display their projects on laptops, as well as printed collateral materials. Film and television executives are in attendance, as well as potential co-production partners from around the U.S. and internationally.

The Film/Television Networking Event takes place concurrently with the New Project Expo, and features numerous pragmatic networking opportunities, as well as music, edibles, drinkables.

LOCATION: Titans Stadium Club @ Tennessee Titans Stadium, featuring a wall of glass with spectacular views of the Cumberland River and 1st Avenue Downtown Skyline.1 Titans Way
Nashville, TN 37213[use Parking Lot S on west side of stadium, facing the river and downtown] (located at LP Field on Map)
WHEN

Wednesday, April 17, 7 to 10 p.m.
COST

$25 per person
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Discounts for
>Filmmakers who have officially entered one or more projects in Film-Com 2012
>Members of SAG, AFTRA, TSA, NCA
Discounted tickets must be paid by check, and verification of membership provided to info@film-com.com

 
Checks should be sent to:
Film-Com Accounts / FilmNashville
@ Nashville Convention & Visitors Bureau
150 Fourth Avenue North
Suite G-250
Nashville, TN 37219

IMPORTANT NOTE:

If you are a filmmaker exhibiting new projects at the MPE, please arrive no later than 5:30-6p.m. at Titan Stadium Club, Parking Lot S on west side of Stadium – any larger set-ups are fine, though need to make special arrangements

Directions

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TELEVISION BUSINESS SEMINARS

WHAT
Not Television 101 — Working television industry executives and producers will discuss the pragmatic steps, current realities and opportunities of getting a new concept on the air.

The Country Music Hall of Fame® Located on the west bank of the Cumberland River, just a few steps from the historic Ryman Auditorium and the honky-tonks of Lower Broadway, the monumental edifice, a visceral experience for approaching visitors, invigorates the skyline in downtown Nashville’s entertainment district.
WHEN

Wednesday, April 18, 2:30-4:45 p.m.
COST

$20 per person
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Unscripted – 2:30 to 3:40

  • Moderator: Carey NB – My Own Shingle
  • Collin Reno – William Morris Endeavor
  • Dee Haslam – Rivr Media
  • Mat Baxt – TruTV
  • Brad Holcman – A&E
  • Jennifer Andrews – Lionsgate

Scripted:- 3:45 to 4:55

  • Moderator: Carey NB – My Own Shingle
  • Maura Dunbar – Odyssey Network
  • Rosemary Tarquinio – CBS
  • Elana Barry – Anonymous Content
  • Stuart Goodman – Producer
  • Steve Peros  – Writer/Director

Discounts for
>Filmmakers who have officially entered one or more projects in Film-Com 2012
>Members of SAG, AFTRA, TSA, NCA
Discounted tickets must be paid by check, and verification of membership provided to info@film-com.com

 
Checks should be sent to:
Film-Com Accounts / FilmNashville
@ Nashville Convention & Visitors Bureau
150 Fourth Avenue North
Suite G-250
Nashville, TN 37219
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FILM BUSINESS SEMINARS


WHAT
Not Film 101 — Working film industry executives and producers will discuss the pragmatic steps, current realities and opportunities of getting a project funded and distributed.
[Panelist names will be added in coming weeks.]

The Country Music Hall of Fame® and Museum has been the home of America’s music since 1967. In keeping with the cultural significance of the music and the heroic achievements of those who form its membership, the Museum opened in a $37 million landmark, new building in May 2001. stadium club stadium club

Studio vs Independent Financing

 

  • Moderator: Andy vR – Film-Com
  • Michael Uslan – Branded Entertainment
  • Christa Zofcin – River Road
  • Dan Stutz – Exclusive Media Group
  • Diego Martinez – Nu Image / Millennium
  • Nikki Levy – Wedgework / Fox
  • Chevonne O’Shaughnessy – American Cinema International

Alternative Financing & Distribution

 

  • Moderator: Susan H – FilmWorkers Club
  • Kevin Cninoy – Freestyle L.A,
  • John Crye – SharpeCrye
  • Todd Sharpe – The Mayhem Group
  • Roxanne Benjamin – Collective L.A.
  • Seth Willenson – Willenson Film Consulting
  • Tim Tortora – ASA Management

WHEN
Thursday, April 19, 2:30-4:45 p.m.

COST
$20 per person
Discounts for
>Filmmakers who have officially entered one or more projects in Film-Com 2012
>Members of SAG, AFTRA, TSA, NCA
Discounted tickets must be paid by check, and verification of membership provided to info@film-com.com

 
Checks should be sent to:
Film-Com Accounts / FilmNashville
@ Nashville Convention & Visitors Bureau
150 Fourth Avenue North
Suite G-250
Nashville, TN 37219
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NON-TICKETED FILM-COM EVENTS

Networking Breakfasts at the Hilton Nashville Downtown —
April 18, 19 & 20

Hilton Downtown Nashville

Music in Film Concert at the Schermerhorn Symphony Center —
April 18

Nashville Symphony

Songwriters for Film/Television Forum — Limited Invitation —
April 17

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Book signing: Michael Uslan,

Executive Producer of “The Dark Knight Rises” and the Batman movie franchise, will be doing a Q&A and signing his new book, “The Boy Who Loved Batman”
Thursday, April 19 – 5:30-7 p.m.
Location: The Great Escape
5400 Charlotte Avenue
Nashville, TN 37209
Directions

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Conversation with Keith Emerson (Emerson, Lake & Palmer)

April 20 – 10 to 11:30 a.m.
Open to Film-Com filmmakers, Belmont students, musicians, and limited general public
Belmont University
Student Life Services Center
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INSIDE THE MIND OF A LEGEND – A Conversation with KEITH EMERSON
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Rock keyboard legend Keith Emerson is known worldwide for fusing rock ‘n’ roll with a myriad of musical styles, such as classical, jazz and world music. With both “The Nice” and “Emerson, Lake & Palmer,” Emerson has written and recorded some of rock’s most adventurous music. In addition to his career as an iconic rock star, Emerson has created several film scores, including the orchestral score for Universal Studios feature release, “Nighthawks,” starring Sylvester Stallone and Billy Dee Williams and cult Italian horror master Dario Argento’s “Inferno.”

During this intimate conversation with Keith, we will discuss a wide variety of subjects, from his days with \”The Nice” and “Emerson Lake, & Palmer” through his experiences scoring feature films and, of course, what he is doing now. We¹ll get his personal perspective on the recently produced bio-pic about him, “Pictures Of An Exhibitionist, and we’l ask him how accurate the public perception of him has been, and whether he thinks his wildly energetic, “crazy” stage persona matches his real-life offstage personality. How does the music business and the music itself differ today from how it was in the crazy heydays of the 60’s and the 70¹s? What has it been like for him to try and balance musical and artistic integrity with commerciality?

This in-depth conversation should be fascinating for musicians, composers, and music fans alike. The discussion will be led by Alan Brewer, film producer, score composer, and music producer who has worked in the studio with the likes of Pete Townshend, Clarence Clemons, Rick Derringer, and another UK spawned keyboard legend, Rick Wakeman of “Yes.” An audience Q&A will follow.

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FILM-COM PARTNER EVENTS

>SCRIPT-COM — Screenwriters Workshop — April 14
Produced by the Tennessee Screenwriting Association www.tennscreen.com

>SCORE-COM — Composers for Film / Television Symposium — April 14 & 15
Produced by the Nashville Composers Association www.nashvillecomposers.org

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