Social Networking Seminar November 16

by Sydney Levine
November 13, 2010 2:58 AM
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Co-presented with Social Network Live Social Networking Seminar for The Film Community: Filmmakers, Actors, Writers, Agents, Studio Executives on LinkedIn Events and thought you might be interested in going!

Co-presented with Social Network Live The Cinematheque will be holding a panel to talk about how the free social networking tools like Facebook, Twitter, LinkdIN etc. can be used for Actors, Screenwriters, Directors, musicians, consultants and even venues like movie theatres and museums to increase their branding, profile and visibility.

Tuesday, November 16 - 7:30 PM

Egyptian Theatre, 6712 Hollywood Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA 90028

Co-presented with Social Network Live: SOCIAL NETWORKING FOR THE FILM COMMUNITY: FILMMAKERS, ACTORS, WRITERS, AGENTS, STUDIO EXECUTIVES, 180 min. If you enjoy media in any format, you can't escape the words "social networks." What are these tools and why does every professional need to use them? Joy A. Kennelly, "The Joy Writer," will moderate a panel on everything from the basics of using social networking tools to creative techniques and tips for more advanced users, from our panel of experts in the medium. Social media experts will discuss the latest social media tools, trends and platforms available to filmmakers, agents, talent and studio executives to brand, manage, market and develop a fan base for projects. Get the most out of these free tools to develop your own brand or project. To tweet questions during the panel use #amcinsnl

Panelists include:

Anne Thompson of Thompson on Hollywood; American Cinematheque's Digital Marketing Strategist, Margot Gerber; Founder and CEO of MomentFeed, Rob Reed; Wendy Cohen, Take Part's Community, Alliances & Digital Lead on the Waiting for 'Superman' campaign; Chris Gore, founder of Film Threat and "Nerdlebrity." Learn how to brand, manage, market and develop a fan base for you or a project with experts in the field. Panelists subject to availability.

$12 Member, $15 Student/Senior, $20 General Admission.

Buy Tickets at Fandango

Read about this event on American Cinemathque's website and learn more about the panelists.

See American Cinemathque's Facebook event.

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