Apple Box Studio Films presents

How to work in film and TV from San Francisco

An insiderís look at casting

When
Wed Jul 31, 2013
Where
Intersection for the Arts
Time
11 a.m.
Cost
$10 - $20
Tags
Conferences, Movies

Description

Apple Box Studio Films presents "How to work in film and TV from San Francisco," a seminar providing Bay Area based actors a rare opportunity to learn from a panel of industry insiders including Gary Marsh of Actors Access and founder of Breakdown Services, one of the most widely used services in all of entertainment.

Other panelists include award-winning writer, filmmaker Alice Wu; and actor Don Williams, a San Francisco based actor with
dozens of film and TV credits.

Panelists will discuss film and television casting as it exists today in the S.F. Bay Area and across the country. Panelists will also discuss digital media and services like Actors Access and EcoCast; recent changes in the casting process; and how San Francisco based actors can work in other markets including Los Angeles. The seminar will conclude with a Q & A.

Cost is $10 to $20. Become an Apple Box Studio Films subscriber (free) $10 / Non-subscribers $20.

Reservations recommended.

More Info

Link
http://www,appleboxsf.com
Call
415-237-3357 (Box Office)
Email
Contact Form (account required)

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Location

  1. Intersection for the Arts
    925 Mission Street, San Francisco, CA