Back after a five year haitus, The Independent Filmmaker Project (IFP), the nation’s oldest and largest organization of independent filmmakers, is throwing down the
2010 Script to Screen Conference this weekend in the Big Apple. Why is this good news?
Here’s the skinny: The Script to Screen Conference explores new opportunities in cross-platform avenues for filmmakers and content creators, connecting writers and directors with heavy hitter decision-makers in film, television and new media. Lots of industry access and advice to be had by all via workshops, panels and case studies. Networking is the word of the day as producers, casting directors and other industry big wigs float around, offering lots of chat time with industry-aspiring attendees. Get your elevator pitches honed for a workout!
The weekend promises to be jam packed with industry panels galore, including Pitching, Development, Directing and Screenwriting. For more info, including schedules, panelist bio’s, et al, stop by the site HERE. It’s only $150 bucks, so do yourself a favor and Be There.
Cheers, Luge