Friday, March 5, 2010

Maine Films to Receive Industry Review

Getting professional feedback on a film project, as it is in progress, is important and not easy to do. The Maine Film and Video Association has arranged for five Maine films to be reviewed by six industry experts and they’d like you to come along and enjoy the process.

The five films are:

Morgan Myers' “No Apologies: The Education of Gary Reed Meyer” :

Ben Kahn's “Felon”:

Daniel Stephens and Brooke Brewer's “Designing Change”: password: design

Huey “In Good Time: The Piano Jazz of Marian McPartland”

David Berez and Gregory Roscoes’ “Raw Faith”

The Industry Experts:

Sara Archambault - Program Manager, LEF Foundation New England

Cynthia Fenneman - President and CEO, American Public Television

Ben Fowlie - Founder/Director, Camden International Film Festival

Tom Koch - VP, PBS International

Mary Lampson - Film Editor (Independent Lens, American Masters) now based in Maine

Louise Rosen – moderator, international sales agent, Vice Chair of the Maine Film & Video Association

Location: Maine Studios, 235 Presumpscot St., Portland, ME

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