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25 MAR

Annual Meetup

Reynoldsburg, Ohio
25 MAR

THE COLLABORATION

Iron Mountain, Michigan
26 MAR

Looking to start a Screenwriters group

Petaluma, California
26 MAR

The Art of Active Networking Kansas City, February 21st

Kansas City, Missouri
27 MAR

All those who are on STAGE32 and want to Network

Mumbai, India
26 MAR

FREE or PWYL event - Best of ACTION/THRILLER Short Fest

Toronto, Canada
27 MAR

No Official Meeting - we must develop the group first

Walnut Creek, California
27 MAR

SJS Creative Craft Lecture- The Artist's Way

Pitman, New Jersey
27 MAR

THE ART OF ACTIVE NETWORKING, SAN JOSE March 27th, 2017

San Jose, California
28 MAR

Writers at Unity

Lakeland, Florida
28 MAR

No Official Meeting - we must develop the group first

Walnut Creek, California
29 MAR

SJS Creative Craft Lecture- The Artist's Way

Pitman, New Jersey
29 MAR

THE ART OF ACTIVE NETWORKING VANCOUVER March 29th, 2017

Vancouver, Canada
31 MAR

FREE or PWYL event - Best of ACTION/THRILLER Short Fest

Toronto, Canada
3 APR

THE ART OF ACTIVE NETWORKING, SAN FRANCISCO April 3rd,

San Francisco, California
Pitman SJS Creators Kaizen Brainstorming
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SJS Creators Kaizen Brainstorming

The creative process is a labyrinth of mistakes, lessons, questions, and small victories that add up over time. The Creative Kaizen is an open forum to brainstorm your writing projects and help others with theirs. Why struggle alone when you can excel in solidarity with a group? Join Assistant Organizer Stephen Lombardo at the bi-monthly Creators Kaizen from 6:30-8:30pm at the McCowan Memorial Library.

San Jose THE ART OF ACTIVE NETWORKING, SAN JOSE January 23rd
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THE ART OF ACTIVE NETWORKING, SAN JOSE January 23rd

WHY DO YOU NETWORK? Like most people, are you bad at networking or nervous about walking into a roomful of strangers? Do you often wonder why no one returns your calls or follows up with you after a "Networking Event"? Join us in any of our cities for "The Art of Active Networking", and let's change everything you believe about Networking! We’ll show you how to build powerful relationships through giving using our method of #MyGive4 The Art of Active Networking is a worldwide networking group 100% focused on helping you to do better by asking the question, "How can I help you do better right now?” We recognize that every single person on this planet has two things that are universally common to each other: 1. We are all of the same race...the Human Race! 2. That as humans we all struggle with something!  At this event you will make some amazing connections and you will learn why Networking is not about what you get, but what you give and what I call my #MyGive4. You really only need to meet one person to make your entire night worthwhile if you know what you are doing. You will have an opportunity to speak to everyone in the room, and you will absolutely meet people you might otherwise never have an opportunity to meet and you will see that's it's not what you are selling or how you sell it that matters. Instead, learn the importance of building 'know, like and trust' relationships! With that in mind we ask that you consider helping yourself and each other with those struggles by attending our events and sharing yourself and your knowledge, and practicing what we call #MYGIVE4 where we ask each of you to consider helping others for 4 hours a week in the following 4 ways.  1. GIVE of your ideas and talent freely! Share your vast life experience to help another. 2. GIVE of your time! Volunteer! Help a neighbor with a chose, carry someones groceries, volunteers at a soup kitchen or for a non-profit! 3. GIVE of your money! I'm not asking for your fortune, even 25 cents in a hat or 5 dollars to a crowdfunding campaign or in the basket at church can go a long way to someone struggling. 4. GIVE of your network through referrals! I now folks, you know folks, and the way we really do business is by building “Know, like and trust” based relationships! If I refer you and someone knows, likes and trusts the person, they will call you back or offer help when referred. So use these 4 ways of giving and put in 4 hours a week of effort and watch your life get better. Watch the people who come into your life get better. Watch all the good you do with #MYGIVE4 and hashtag your good deeds while you share them to inspire others! Come see why over 15,000 people have attended in 5 countries and 17 cities worldwide! Tickets are 20$ on-line on our site until 6:15pm the day of the event and 30$ cash at the door until 7:15pm. Each event typically ends about 9:45pm! You must purchase a ticket online in advance to get the 20$ pricing.  You are then invited to join all of our groups and pages and use our FREE walls to post up what you might be looking for, all of those links are on our homepage near the ticket link. Finally, this is 100 percent privately funded by Mark E. Sackett our founder. In order to expand it and keep it going he’s launched a Crowdrise Campaign to help. Take a look, and if you feel like you can give a bit, we’d really appreciate your consideration and kindness: https://www.crowdrise.com/mygive4-and-the-art-of-active-networking  Join our social media pages on the links on our site, follow our Twitter and Instagram's and let’s work together to help each other. We’re here to help you do better, right now! http://www.TheArtofActiveNetworking.com Our Mantra: "The power of us all working together is so much greater than anything each of us can accomplish on our own."  Call Mark E. Sackett with any questions at all: (415) 602-9500. BE WELL, BE CREATIVE, BE GREAT, BE GIVING! Mark E. Sackett  Tickets: http://www.TheArtofActiveNetworking.com/  Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/theartofactivenetworking/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/activenetworkin Connect with me: http://www.markesackett.com/

Madrid 1st Madrid Stage 32 meetup

1st Madrid Stage 32 meetup

We created this group to help each other in this addictive and touch passion that is filmmaking. We share our latest discoveries, tips, discovered tools and meet awesome people at the same time

Torino TURIN CINEFEST - The other festival

TURIN CINEFEST - The other festival

OIFF is at its 4th edition with some important news, the live screening reserved for the winners in the beautiful city of Turin. After the official selection all the finalists will compete in the contest for 12 days in January 2017 (January 20th-31st). Members of a competent jury are in charge to nominate the best short and the best feature. The winning films will be played in a theatre in Turin next winter and they will also get a prize of 500 dollars. The festival aims to be a showcase for all those wishing to approach the profession of filmmaker. Nowadays, thanks to the advent of digital technologies, everyone has the opportunity to get involved. Everyone has the opportunity to realize a movie with a significantly reduced cost compared to the exorbitant figures that required the film, but there are few survivors who do not end up in oblivion. Therefore, OIFF TURIN CINEFEST is meant to be like a window opened to the world of independent film.Our mission is giving visibility to the different film industries around the worldOIFF TURIN CINEFEST is an Independent Festival that aims to give space to any form of language. There are no limits except the limits everyone will put to himself! www.oiff-cinefest.com

Hollywood Stage 32 Happy Writers Monthly Meetup!

Stage 32 Happy Writers Monthly Meetup!

Hello fellow Stage 32'ers! Join us for our first Stage 32 Happy Writers meetup of 2017! Join us at the wonderful Sycamore Tavern in Hollywoods! There's booze, food, and they have parking! In LA! Can you believe it?Come meet myself and Matt from Stage 32, and your fellow writers. We'll dish about executives, pitching, movies, writing, and we'll even have a raffle where you can win a FREE set of development notes from the executive of your choice.Bring a friend, come stag, or send a Roomba in your place. We'll laugh at it and call it names like "dusty". You get the picture.See you there!

Los Angeles Screening Leni Riefensthal's TRIUMPH OF THE WILL
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Screening Leni Riefensthal's TRIUMPH OF THE WILL

The USC department of Cinematic Arts, Seeking Our Story, Women In Media and the Alliance of Women Directors are presenting director Leni Riefenstahl's most influential work as a cautionary lesson on the power of media and art in politics. Join us for networking before the film to meet above and below the line collaborators in our community.TRIUMPH OF THE WILL Written, Directed, Produced and Edited by Leni Riefenstahl Commissioned by Adolph Hitler Screening in 16mm courtesy of the UCLA Film & Television Archive.Thursday, January 19th, 2017 6:00 P.M. Networking - RSVP to womennmedia@gmail.com 7:00 P.M. Film Presentation - RSVP here: cinema.usc.edu/Riefenstahl NEW LOCATION! USC's The Ray Stark Family Theatre, SCA 108, 900 W. 34th Street, Los Angeles, CA 90007This event is presented free of charge thanks to the USC Cinema Arts department. RSVPs are required. The RSVP list will be checked in on a first-come, first-served basis until the theater is full.A dancer and movie actress by trade, Leni Riefenstahl directed her first film, The Blue Light in 1932 at the age of 30. Soon after, she received a commission from the Nazi Party for propaganda film The Victory of Faith (1933) followed by Triumph of the Will (1935). Though claimed as cinema verite, Riefenstahl carefully choreographed a crew of over one-hundred and seventy technicians throughout the city of Nuremberg for Triumph of the Will and rehearsed sequences as many as fifty times before the anticipated rally, staged largely for her cameras. Riefenstahl commented that in this commission, Hitler "wanted a film which would move, appeal to, impress an audience which was not necessarily interested in politics." Through visual repetition and an appeal to emotion over reason, Riefenstahl created a masterwork of propaganda that announced Germany's rise from political instability to world superpower. As Ruth Starkman wrote for the University of California Press' Film Quarterly, Reifenstahl "presides as the 'mother' of modern media" (Vol. 51 No. 2.) The Economist claimed upon Riefenstahl's death that Triumph of the Will, "sealed her reputation as the greatest female film-maker of the 20th century" (Hand Held History, Sep 11th 2003).

Hollywood 12th Annual Focus on Female Filmmakers Program

12th Annual Focus on Female Filmmakers Program

We are so thrilled to be able to attend another year of this great program from The American Cinematheque.  Tickets available here: http://www.fandango.com/egypti...This annual shorts program celebrates the directorial work of Academy Award winners, cinema pioneers, actresses turned directors, animators, documentarians and the brightest stars emerging from film schools and the film festival circuits. Discussion following the screening with filmmakers Eileen O’Meara, Christina Beck, Alexis O. Korycinski, Ellie Wen, Alicja Jasina and Uttera Singh. There will be a drawing for a director’s empowerment bag and a postscreening reception in the lobby for all ticket holders. All ticket buyers are eligible to win a film permit from www.filmla.com!Plan on continuing the party in the theatre lobby with the after-party reception and filmmaker meet and greet. A great chance to network with the cast and crew in attendance as well as with other filmmakers who regularly attend this notable event.This year's films include:Maya Deren’s “Meshes of the Afternoon” (USA, 14 min.) Shot in Silver Lake, and one of the landmark films by the preeminent voice of avant-garde cinema in the 1940s and ’50s. Eileen O’Meara’s “Panic Attack” (USA, 3 min.) Hand-drawn animated short that looks into the anxiety and obsession many can relate to.L.A. Premiere! Christina Beck’s “Hooker #2” (USA, 9 min) Aged out, broke and desperate, 40-something former child actor Grace Johnston gets the role of her life. L.A. Premiere! Elnura Osmonalieva’s “Seide” (Kyrgyzstan, 14 min) Set in a breathtaking, forbidding landscape, this is the saga of a young woman and her horse. L.A. Premiere! Amy Nicholson’s “Pickle” (USA, 16 min) Sweet, funny and heartwarming documentary ode to the sometimes bizarre and beautiful connection between man and animals. Alexis O. Korycinski’s “Bambina” (USA, 9 min.) An isolated expatriate experiences psychosis and depression after giving birth. Ellie Wen’s “Single Mother, Only Daughter” (USA, 9 min) A documentary capturing a conversation between mother and daughter that brings them closer. Alicja Jasina’s “Once Upon a Line” (USA, 7 min) A man leads a drab life, until one day... Uttera Singh’s “Fanny Pack” (USA, 10 min) An Indian-American father and daughter have differing views on life, with comedic results.

Arlington 22nd monthly D.F.W.A.R.T. group meetup

22nd monthly D.F.W.A.R.T. group meetup

The biggest news is that we will be at a different location for the 22nd meeting of our group. We will be across the street in the Dickey's BBQ restaurant at 1801 Ballpark Way(behind 7Eleven) which is across from the old Rio place we were meeting. It is BYOB and I will be bringing some with me(Beer and Wine). The venue is a larger, quieter, and more private area for our meetings.     I was at the Collin County Filmmakers Association meeting and ran into several of our members in attendance there. It is good that everyone networks and shares projects in these mixers and events. We want the community to be inclusive to all filmmakers. The more we do the better we are. Networking is our life blood in this business. Hope to see you there.  

Pitman SJS Writers Refuge Session
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SJS Writers Refuge Session

Whether you are actively writing, or one of those people who are always planning to start, one thing's for sure- you need a location. Can you write at home, work, or anywhere opportunity lends itself? Yes, but often those places are filled with distractions that strangle the imagination and breed procrastination. If you are looking for a serene location, with likeminded creatives, join Assistant Organizer Stephen Lombardo at the SJS monthly Writers Refuge at the McCowan Memorial Library from 6:30-8:30pm.

Los Angeles FREE Actors Scene Study Class at Strange Worlds!
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FREE Actors Scene Study Class at Strange Worlds!

Join director Kristen Renee Gorlitz at Strange Worlds EVERY TUESDAY for this FREE scene study class. We meet to practice our craft. All sessions are recorded and you will receive a private copy to review! Every week we workshop unique material from Strange Worlds writers!

Vancouver THE ART OF ACTIVE NETWORKING, VANCOUVER January 17th
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THE ART OF ACTIVE NETWORKING, VANCOUVER January 17th

WHY DO YOU NETWORK? Like most people, are you bad at networking or nervous about walking into a roomful of strangers? Do you often wonder why no one returns your calls or follows up with you after a "Networking Event"? Join us in any of our cities for "The Art of Active Networking", and let's change everything you believe about Networking! We’ll show you how to build powerful relationships through giving using our method of #MyGive4 The Art of Active Networking is a worldwide networking group 100% focused on helping you to do better by asking the question, "How can I help you do better right now?” We recognize that every single person on this planet has two things that are universally common to each other: 1. We are all of the same race...the Human Race! 2. That as humans we all struggle with something!  At this event you will make some amazing connections and you will learn why Networking is not about what you get, but what you give and what I call my #MyGive4. You really only need to meet one person to make your entire night worthwhile if you know what you are doing. You will have an opportunity to speak to everyone in the room, and you will absolutely meet people you might otherwise never have an opportunity to meet and you will see that's it's not what you are selling or how you sell it that matters. Instead, learn the importance of building 'know, like and trust' relationships! With that in mind we ask that you consider helping yourself and each other with those struggles by attending our events and sharing yourself and your knowledge, and practicing what we call #MYGIVE4 where we ask each of you to consider helping others for 4 hours a week in the following 4 ways.  1. GIVE of your ideas and talent freely! Share your vast life experience to help another. 2. GIVE of your time! Volunteer! Help a neighbor with a chose, carry someones groceries, volunteers at a soup kitchen or for a non-profit! 3. GIVE of your money! I'm not asking for your fortune, even 25 cents in a hat or 5 dollars to a crowdfunding campaign or in the basket at church can go a long way to someone struggling. 4. GIVE of your network through referrals! I now folks, you know folks, and the way we really do business is by building “Know, like and trust” based relationships! If I refer you and someone knows, likes and trusts the person, they will call you back or offer help when referred. So use these 4 ways of giving and put in 4 hours a week of effort and watch your life get better. Watch the people who come into your life get better. Watch all the good you do with #MYGIVE4 and hashtag your good deeds while you share them to inspire others! Come see why over 15,000 people have attended in 5 countries and 17 cities worldwide! Tickets are 20$ on-line on our site until 6:15pm the day of the event and 30$ cash at the door until 7:15pm. Each event typically ends about 9:45pm! You must purchase a ticket online in advance to get the 20$ pricing.  You are then invited to join all of our groups and pages and use our FREE walls to post up what you might be looking for, all of those links are on our homepage near the ticket link. Finally, this is 100 percent privately funded by Mark E. Sackett our founder. In order to expand it and keep it going he’s launched a Crowdrise Campaign to help. Take a look, and if you feel like you can give a bit, we’d really appreciate your consideration and kindness: https://www.crowdrise.com/mygive4-and-the-art-of-active-networking  Join our social media pages on the links on our site, follow our Twitter and Instagram's and let’s work together to help each other. We’re here to help you do better, right now! http://www.TheArtofActiveNetworking.com Our Mantra: "The power of us all working together is so much greater than anything each of us can accomplish on our own."  Call Mark E. Sackett with any questions at all: (415) 602-9500. BE WELL, BE CREATIVE, BE GREAT, BE GIVING! Mark E. Sackett  Tickets: http://www.TheArtofActiveNetworking.com/  Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/theartofactivenetworking/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/activenetworkin Connect with me: http://www.markesackett.com/

Cannes THE NAKED CLOWN de Recirquel Company Budapest HONGRIE
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THE NAKED CLOWN de Recirquel Company Budapest HONGRIE

Romantique, acrobatique, comique, esthétique, unique ! The Naked Clown Recirquel Company Budapest nous ouvre un monde de poésie et rêverie fantastique en prouesse avec une créativité spectaculaire ! A voir absolument La compagnie Recirquel de Budapest, dirigée par Bence Vági, séduit les publics du monde entier par son style unique de cirque allié à la danse et au théâtre. Entre sensibilité et légèreté, les 17 artistes nous invitent dans des décors grandioses à un voyage imaginaire insolite. Sur une musique originale composée pour le spectacle, ils nous entraînent dans une trépidante féerie onirique, à la découverte de l’âme du clown… mettant peu à peu en lumière celui qui se cache derrière les masques du rôle, ce mystérieux anonyme qui disparaît lorsque le rideau tombe. NB : Chères Ladies et Chers Gentlemen , Il ne reste que quelques places...inscrivez-vous vite. Au plaisir de partager un moment de rêve ensemble. Samedi 14 janvier 2017 Horaire : 19h30 Durée : 2h avec entracte Palais des festivals et des congrès - Grand auditorium 1 boulevard de la Croisette - 06400 Cannes Tout public TARIF : 1 ère série orchestre Prix LADIES & GENTLEMEN 26 € / -26 ans 24 € / -10 ans 10 € (au lieu de Tarif public 30 €) Prix LADIES & GENTLEMEN 20€ en 2 ème série -26 ans 15 € / -10 ans 10 € (Tarif public 24 €) Merci de nous faire parvenir votre règlement rapidement par virement ou par chèque cette semaine à : Florence de Barros Conti _ 9 rue Jean de Riouffe _ 06400 Cannes - IBAN : FR76 3000 3005 0200 0500 0807 825 BIC adresse swift SOGEFRPP The Recirquel company from Budapest, directed by Bence Vági has charmed audiences around the world with its unique style of circus combined with dance and theatre. A blend of sensitivity and lightness, the 17 artists invite us to join them in an unusual imaginary journey, amidst grandiose scenery. To original music composed for the show, they lead us into a hectic dreamlike fairyland, in search of the clown’s soul, gradually revealing who is hiding behind the mask of the role, the mysterious person who disappears when the curtain falls. Romantic, acrobatic, amusing, melancholic, dramatic, aesthetic, in short: UNIQUE! Pensez au co voiturage : un geste élégant pour notre planète, un partage convivial, inscrivez sur cet évènement votre offre ou demande afin de vous organiser entre vous Chères Ladies et Chers Gentlemen LADIES & GENTLEMEN , LE CLUB CULTUREL ELEGANT DE LA COTE D'AZUR vous souhaite d'intenses moments d'émotions culturelles et de belles rencontres humaines. http://www.meetup.com/fr-FR/LADIES_GENTLEMEN