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Minority Independent Producers Summit Set For N.Y. In June

by Sergio
April 17, 2014 8:46 PM
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The Minority Independent Producer's Summit describes itself as an organization that is dedicated to furthering the growth and development of minority independent film producers and entertainment organizations, as well as individual artists.

And this June in New York City, the MIPS will launch its first ever summit, with its dedicated goal being to "recognize, celebrate and promote minority independent producers and content creators from a diverse community of Blacks, Latinos, Asians, Middle Eastern, Women, and LGBT people."

The summit will empower “minority independent film and TV producers to achieve greater access and sustainability with the focus on 1) Access and Sustainability 2) Business Partnership and 3) Collaboration Breaking the Distribution Blockade."

The event will take place from June 25 – 27 and the locations for the event will include the Tribeca Cinemas, the SVA Theater and the MIST Harlem Cinema.

To find out more about the summit ,and to subscribe to their official newsletter for upcoming up-to-date news about the summit, you can go to the website HERE, although it won't be fully functioning until May 1st, so be sure to always check it for the latest developments.

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  • flover flov | April 18, 2014 3:54 AMReply

    MIPS!!!!!!!!! yeeeeeeeeaaaaaahhhh booyyeeeeeeeeeeeeeee

  • Turk | April 17, 2014 9:28 PMReply

    Sounds cool and definitely needed, actually heard rumors about this in l.a.

  • jon | April 17, 2014 9:15 PMReply

    theyre going to have to come up with a better anagram than that

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