Calendar of Global Media and Showbiz Industry Social Networking Events

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THE FIX: FRUKT’s Live Music Showcase (#FRUKT)
Tuesday, September 4, 19:00
The Social
Five Little Portland Street, London, W1W 7JD, United Kingdom
Phone: +44-20-7751-2900
FRUKT, along with BMI, present THE FIX, a live showcase of new music which takes place the first Tuesday of every month. Live acts featured for this night include: Lejon, SPINKX, Ailbhe Reddy, Stevie Appleton. DJ Deja Bruh fills in around band appearances. During the daytime, FRUKT works with brands like Coca Cola, Nokia, Diesel, O2, Kronenbourg, Southern Comfort and Starwood Hotels, helping them solve problems and build meaningful relationships through music and entertainment. Doors open at 19:00. FRUKT and DIY DJs playing around the bands. This event is free.
Email: london@wearefrukt.com; @FRUKT
 
New York Comics and Picture-Story Symposium: Featuring Arne Zaslove on the Italian Commedia dell'Arte and Cartooning (#NYCPS)
Tuesday, September 4, 19:00-21:00
Bob and Sheila Hoerle Lecture Hall, Room UL105, University Center
63 Fifth Avenue, New York, New York 10003
Phone: 212-229-5667, ext. 3187
Arne Zaslove has been exploring the expressive physicality of Commedia in theater productions and classes for the past five decades. Zaslove demonstrates the stock characters, using his own extensive collection of authentic leather masks. He then goes on to show, with visuals and film clips, how the paradoxical archetypes of Commedia – a satirical, acrobatic kind of theater spilled into the streets of Italy approximately 600 years ago – continue to live in our popular culture. Arne's work has taken him from the National Theatre School of Canada to the Stratford Festival in Ontario and Cirque du Soleil, with stints at Seattle Repertory Theater, his own Bathhouse Theatre in Seattle, and countless theaters and training programs throughout North America and Europe. More recently, he has been a Fulbright Senior Specialist at the Iceland Academy of the Arts in Reykjavik and at the Academy of Performing Arts in Prague. New York Comics and Picture-Story Symposium is a weekly symposium for artist/writers working in various text-image forms: comics, picture-stories, animation, etc. at which to present and critique current work To be considered to make a presentation, please send an email outlining the concept: symposium(at)katchor.com
 
One Mic Nite Open Talent Showcase at LOA (#LiveSeries)
Thursday, September 6, 19:00-22:30 (and every Thursday)
LOA Live On Air Restaurant
335 Flatbush Avenue, Brooklyn, New York 11217
Phone: 718-618-0156
A mix of indie music, dance, theatre, poetry, and art backed by the grooves of the resident Artist DJ on the turntables. Featured guests, and all artists welcome to perform, including singers/songwriters, musicians, poets, actors, comedians, etc., where performances are live-streamed across several social media platforms. Live On Air restaurant in Prospect Heights, Brooklyn, features a live-streaming stage In addition to a full dining menu specializing in Louisiana-style cuisine. All performances are broadcast live across all major social media platforms, giving these artists the opportunity for even greater exposure. The Mic is Open! A nite of informal networking for artists of all kinds presented by industry veteran Marcos Luisindustry veteran Marcos Luis, Every Thursday night.
 
Friday Night Social
Friday, September 7, 18:30-21:30
The District By Hannah An
8722 West Third Street, Los Angeles, California 90048
Phone: 310-278-2345
Friday Night Social is a networking group that meets the first Friday of every month. It started as a way for TV and feature writers to meet one another but has evolved since then. Please register the day before the event to secure admission. This month’s Friday Night Social is a free admission event hosted by Jennifer Grisanti and Final Draft. It started as a way for TV and feature writers to meet one another, combining people from different areas and levels in the entertainment industry. Jen Grisanti is a Story Consultant, Independent Producer, Writing Instructor for NBC's Writers on the Verge, Blogger for The Huffington Post and author of the upcoming book, "Story Line: Finding Gold In Your Life Story.” The company that produces Final Draft, a screenwriting software, Cast and Crew Entertainment Services based in Burbank, provides vital services to the film and television industries as well as financial services such as production incentive consulting, administration and financing. Free to attend and there is a one drink minimum. Pay for your own food, cocktails and parking. It important to register before 22:00 the evening before the event to gain entry. The Scriptwriters Network, founded in 1986, is an educational, tax-exempt 501(c)(3) Non-Profit, volunteer-driven organization created by writers for writers and industry professionals. Scriptwriters brings in entertainment professionals to speak and teach on the art, craft and business of script writing for TV, features and new media.
 
Gotta Sing! Search for A Star Open Mic
Saturday, September 8 15:00-18:00
The Iguana
240 West 54 Street, New York, New York 10019
Phone: 212-874-7956; 212-765-5454
Singers search and open mic held every Saturday night at "THE IGUANA" right around the corner from the David Letterman show. Talented newcomers and experienced singers are all welcome. Just come in, sign up and sing. A Pianist is resident or bring your background tracks or CDs. The pianist transposes instantly in any key for you. Open to the public, all ages and all styles are welcome. Produced by the long-running showbiz team of Billy Shepard and Judi Jourdan who also produce their own television show "How to Succeed in Show Business By Really Trying", shown on Time Warner Cable. There is no admission or cover charge for performer and guests, but there is a food/beverage minimum per person.
 
NewFilmmakers Los Angeles Monthly Film Festival – Canadian Cinema Film Festival (#NFMLA)
Saturday, September 8, 10:30-23:00
Samuel Goldwyn Theater
1139 South Hill Street, Los Angeles, California 90015
Phone: 213-741-7402
This month is a special evening featuring the annual NFMLA Film Festival InFocus: Latinx & Hispanic Cinema event. Joining the NFMLA this month will also be the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences (AMPAS), NALIP and SAG-AFTRA. For this event, the usual venue will change to the Academy’s Samuel Goldwyn Theater in Beverly Hills. The month’s program will present a lineup of local and international films by emerging filmmakers from Mexico, Brazil, Peru, Spain, Colombia, Chile, Costa Rica, Guatemala, Argentina and the United States across three short film programs. The evening opens with a collection of stories that explore everything from time travel to forbidden love, being caught between two words, abusive work environments and the importance of community. The program’s middle portion continues with a mix of genres spanning whimsical experimentalism to dance, including a dark comedy about a man facing down bureaucracy, a uniquely complex drama about the loss of a child, and stories of children facing down incredible odds, whether during wartime or in an imagined post-apocalyptic future. The final segment of the program includes a collection of films that include two world premieres, a comedy starring a Brazilian soap opera actor that both is and isn’t about its own production, new work by a returning NFMLA alum, a thoughtful drama about the quest for same-sex parenthood in Spain, and a meditation on what it means to come home, all concluding with a story of parental love surmounting all obstacles. Doors will open to the public at 4 pm with a pre-reception for the first shorts program, and the night will include a pre-reception before each of the evening’s programs, where attendees can sip cocktails and mingle with industry professionals and festival selected filmmakers in the lounge. The event will conclude at 11:30 pm. 
 
The 25th Frame
Saturday, September 8 - Saturday, September 29
Artists Corner Gallery
1546 N. Highland Avenue, 90029
Phone: 323-469-8311
In conjunction with the Hollywood Chamber, C Gallery presents THE 25TH FRAME, the inaugural solo exhibition by artist Patrick Curtet. Action-packed, emotive photographs lend themselves to open-ended narratives for the viewer to dissect. Cinematographic and fine art Photographer Patrick Curtet is taking us on a road trip back in time to the Age of 70’s Hollywood. Considered the New Wave of American cinema and reflecting the influence of Classic Hollywood, films such as Bonnie & Clyde, Wild at Heart, and Bullit are re-imagined and brought back to life in Curtet’s clever contemporary tableaus. The Hollywood Chamber was formed in October 1921 to replace the old Hollywood Board of Trade. It consists of owners, managers, presidents and other key representatives from a spectrum of businesses and organizations around the Hollywood community. Complimentary with RSVP:gallery@artistscorner.us
 
One-On-One with Director, Producer and Writer Mattie C. Caruthers
Saturday, September 8, 12:30
Sidetrack Creative Studios
5723 Auckland Avenue, North Hollywood, California 91601
Phone: 310-278-2345
This event is led by a Director, Producer and Writer who will discuss a variety of topics, including: directing/capturing the writers vision, writing strong characters, creating a compelling premise and/or story, finding your voice, script development, among other topics. A member of the Directors Guild of America, the lecturer for the session, Mattie C. Caruthers worked with Norman Lear as a writer’s assistant early on in her career. In notable film and televsion projects, her credits include Script Supervisor and Associate Director with Damon Wayans on My Wife and Kids; with Will Smith on The Fresh Prince of Bel Air; and with Jamie Foxx on The Jamie Foxx Show. She was Associate Director on Let’s Stay Together, Cuts, Keenan & Kel, The Parent ‘Hood, and Sinbad. As a writer-producer, her output includes the screenplay of the full-featured films Black Eye Motoring and Ring Bell Walk In. She also created the sitcom pilot, My Sisters and me and  directed and co-wrote the episode, “Who’s Coming to Dinner,” which was produced by her own MacMattie Productions
 
BMI Acoustic Lounge
Monday, September 10, 19:00
Genghis Cohen
740 North Fairfax Avenue, Los Angeles, California 90046
Phone: 310-578-5591
A singer/songwriter showcase series featuring acoustic performances in an intimate setting as well as networking opportunities with other songwriters and BMI representatives. Held the first Monday of every month. Featured performances will be given by Haddon Cord (www.haddoncord.com), Leyo Mendez. Due to the holiday, the September showcase is being held this 2nd Monday. Admission is free.
 
Song Arts Academy Songwriters Workshop Intensive
Wednesday, September 12 - Tuesday, October 9, 19:00-21:30
Song Arts Academy
160 West 97 Street, New York, New York 10025
Phone: 917-686-4375
The Song Arts Academy presents Songwriters Workshop Intensive, which is based on the original BMI Contemporary Workshop Model teaching those who want to write better songs a new vocabulary for how to listen to songs. This Workshop will run for five consecutive weeks beginning September 12. The following dates are September 12, 18, 25 and October 2 and 9. This Workshop is taught by NYU’s Steinhart School, Department of Music and Performing Arts Professions faculty member, Billy Seidman. 
 
International Broadcasting Convention 2018 (#IBC2018)
Thursday, September 13 - Tuesday, September 18
RAI Amsterdam
Europaplein, NL 1078 GZ Amsterdam, Netherlands
Phone: +44(0) 20 7832 4100
A fundamental part of the IBC Conference are the Technical Papers that supplement a full agenda of panels, discussions and keynotes. Conference Tracks at IBC2018 (#IBC2018) include by title, IBC2018 Keynotes, New Platforms: Innovators and Disruptors, Smart Connectivity and Multiplay Devices, Cutting-edge Tech Innovators, Global Gamechangers, Audiences: Engage. Influence. Grow, Advertising: The New Attention Economy, NextGen: Interactive and Immersive Experiences. Keith Underwood, Chief Operating Officer, Channel 4, delivers the first Keynote Address of the conference series. Then there will be Lounge Talks, a brand new addition to the Conference program for 2018 where presenters will examine such issues as: the relationships between AI and improvised theatre, how VR can preserve endangered human rituals, media in tourism, and the value of diversity. An anticipated section of IBC Exhibition, the Global IBC Future Zone, this year will focus on showing how new technologies grow from their first inception and progress through to research, development, and validation projects. Companies leading the way in cutting-edge development  include Japan’s NHK and BBC R&D from the UK. Both companies will demonstrate technology advances, including: Web-VR applications; object-based media scenarios; pathways to 8K resolution for UHD; and Artificial Intelligence in broadcasting. 
 
Immersive Writing With Speaker Evette Vargas
Saturday, September 15, 13:00 - 15:00
CBS Studio Center
4024 Radford Avenue, Studio City, Studio City, California 91604
Phone: 888-796-9673
Evette Vargas will walk you through the fundamentals of immersive writing, the do’s and dont’s of the form, and how it differentiates itself from traditional writing, so you can get started in building your world. Evette Vargas is an award-winning writer, director, producer and immersive storyteller whose work includes series for Amazon, MTV, Bravo, DirectTV; and interactive content for Fast And Furious, Lord Of The Rings trilogy and Madonna. Vargas exec produced, wrote and directed her digital series Dark Prophet, starring Henry Rollins, which was in contention for two Emmys and premiered at Sundance. Vargas created the Immersive play, the industry standard for immersive scriptwriting for Final Draft and spoke at the Cannes Film Festival on VR Storytelling. She is a member of the Writers Guild of America, Academy of Television Arts and Sciences and Producers Guild of America.
 
Bal Sans Frontières Spécial Afrique!
Saturday, September 15 - Sunday, September 16
L'Alimentation Générale
64 rue Jean-Pierre Timbaud, 75011 Paris, France
Phone: +33 1 43 55 42 50
Burkina Faso musician Boubacar Kafando and his Zaama-Nooma band, headline a two-day music extravaganza organized by Le Bal Tropical de Paname. The young multicultural team of Le Bal Tropical de Paname stages events that focus on Africa, Latin America, the Caribbean and West Indies and the Maghreb with local and international musicians and DJs. Le Bal Tropical de Paname has an established track record in bringing new and undiscovered talent in world fusion to the stage. In past engagements they have hosted events that featured, Festival on Afrofuturism "Blacks to The Future" (July 2016); Felabration - Tribute to Fela Kuti (October 2016); Fiesta de Los Muertos Mexican Party (October 2016); Carnival of Barranquilla in Paris (February 2017); Women's Ball (March 2017); Trans-Saharan Ball (April 2017); Tribute to Papa Wemba (May 2017); Kabar Kréol Reunion (May 2017); Fiesta LatinArab (June 2017); Los Mirlos Concert (July 2017); Afro-Latino Festival (July 2017); Aterciopelados Concert (July 2017); Trans-Saharan Ball (September 2017), to name a few of the more recent events. Prior to reaching the September 15 Paris engagement with Le Bal Tropical de Paname, Boubacar Kafando and Zaama Nooma band have an engagement at Festival Alternatif de Vallcarca in Barcelona - Anzoategui, to perform with guitarist Marion Marion & Mandé Africa, a band made up of West African musicians performing with traditional instruments, the roots of blues and jazz, on September 9.
 
 
Five-Day Filmmaking Workshop at Solar
Saturday, September 15 - Wednesday, September 19
Solar Film/Video Productions
632 Broadway, Suite 304, New York, New York 10012
Phone: 212-473-3040
With an emphasis on light and shadow, the workshop emphasizes shooting in real-world situations while learning how to make quality and cost-effective films. this five-day intensive, hands-on workshop comprehensively guides students through the stages of filmmaking (Script Writing, Producing, Directing, Camera, Lighting, Sound Mixing and Editing) with techniques that are easy-to-learn and practical-to-use to complete a film in five days. Solar is a one-stop production company equipped to handle a project from concept and filming to editing, audio post production, multi-media, graphic/web design and media distribution.
 
BMI 101 Workshop LA
Thursday, September 20, 16:00-17:00
BMI Los Angeles Office
8730 Sunset Boulevard, Third Floor West, West Hollywood, California 90069
Phone: 310-289-6336; 310-659-9109 Ext. 6336
This is an introductory workshop for writers and publishers covering the history of performing rights, the origins of BMI and the current role BMI plays in the music industry. It will be conducted by two BMI Reps who will explain how to utilize BMI services to the fullest, and some Basic 101 tips and tricks. Attendance is free, but seating is limited so RSVP to: BMI101@bmi.com. Admittance is granted only through advance RSVP.
 
L.A. Film Festival 2018 (#LAFilmFestival)
Thursday, September 20 - Friday, September 28
Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts (other venues)
9390 N. Santa Monica Boulevard, Beverly Hills, California 90210
Phone: 866 FILM FEST; 323-556-9300; 310-432-1200
LA Film Festival opening night film, ‘Echo In The Canyon,’ Andrew Slater, Director, is a look at how era bands, The Byrds, The Beach Boys, Buffalo Springfield, The Mama’s and the Papa’s, formed the beginnings of the Laurel Canyon music scene. A live performance with Jakob Dylan (film’s Executive Producer) and participants from the film will follow the screening. At this year’s LA Film Festival, Virtual Reality takes up a significant presence. In partnership with LMU's School of Film and Television, LA Film Festival's inaugural showcase of immersive storytelling features  in Augmented Reality (AR), Mixed Reality (MR) and Virtual Reality (VR). This program segment, at The Portal, will showcase new animated, documentary and fictional narratives from virtual reality exhibitions at film festivals around the world, including Cannes, Rotterdam, Sundance, SXSW, Tribeca and Venice. This event is free and open to all, including LA Film Festival pass holders (no RSVP required), but there will be a pass holder check-in desk at the LMU Playa Vista Campus. Three free panels will be conducted at The Portal: Animation In VR, on September 22; Women’s Voices in VR, on September 22; Social Immersive Documentary VR will be held September 23. Additionally, The Portal has programmed in ticketed 90-minute experiences consisting of 14 immersive experiences available to view and interact with during a 90-minute reservation.
 
VR/AR Global Summit (#VRARAGS)
Friday, September 21 - Saturday, September 22
PARQ Hotel and Casino
39 Smithe Street, Vancouver, BC V6B 0R3, Canada
Phone: 604-683-7277
Opening just before VR/AR Global Summit, Extraordinary Future Conference, organized by Cambridge House International, opens from September 19-20 offering a view of emerging technologies and investing opportunities in them. Overlapping VR/AR Global Summit, Vancouver Startup Week 2018, organized by Vancouver Startup Week, will present tech showcases, panel discussions, office visits, networking breakfasts, and investor lunches, helping to unveil the cross section of the region’s tech and entrepreneurial opportunities. There are some tailored features to this event that serve as a compelling reason for interested professionals to attend. Vancouver has one of the top Video Game clusters in the world — one that includes major publishers such as, Electronic Arts (EA), Microsoft, Capcom and Nintendo. It is a Startup Ecosystem, particularly when you consider that Vancouver’s fast emerging VR AR sector benefits from a longstanding legacy in the film, video game and tech industries, and pioneering industries are evolving a new business playbook as Vancouver continues a metamorphosis into a hub for virtual, augmented and mixed reality. 
 
The Idea: The 7 Elements of a Viable Story Idea for Screen, Stage or Fiction with Speaker Erik Bork
Saturday, September 22
Westside Pavillion Community Room B
10800 West Pico Boulevard, Los Angeles, California 90064
Phone: 310-278-2345
This class is focused on instructor’s Erik Bork’s acronym for seven elements, using the word “Problem”: Punishing, Relatable, Original, Believable, Life-Altering, Entertaining, and Meaningful. It explores focusing on getting the concept or premise right in the first place which Instructor Erik Bork considers to be the key step that determines most projects’ chances of eventual success or failure. Erik Bork won two Emmy Awards and two Golden Globe Awards for his work as a writer-producer on the HBO miniseries Band of Brothers and From the Earth to the Moon, for executive producer Tom Hanks (and Steven Spielberg, on Band of Brothers). He has sold original series pitches to the broadcast networks, worked on the writing staff of primetime drama series, and written feature screenplays for Universal, HBO, TNT, and Playtone. The public can check out his free: “Ten Key Principles” at http://www.flyingwrestler.com/key-principles/
 
Solar 2-day Directing the Camera Workshop Filming Actors
Saturday, September 22 - Sunday, September 23
Solar Film/Video Productions
632 Broadway, Suite. 304, New York, New York 10012
Phone: 212-473-3040
A comprehensive workshop exploring visual storytelling with active camera movement and skillful actor blocking. With extensive, daily hands-on exercises, participants learn to visualize the scene, work with actors, strategize with storyboards, and bring forth the enactment of the story. Attendees will learn how to visualize, recognize best camera positions, camera movement, and lens choices in relations with actor blocking. Undergoing the process, participants will understand how to convey tone, mood, and style, as well as give the film a distinct look that belongs to the director's signature vision. Solar is a one-stop production company equipped to handle a project from concept and filming to editing, audio post production, multi-media, graphic/web design and media distribution.
 
Network at the Ribbon Cutting Ceremony and Business After Hours at Gwen with Chef Curtis Stone
Monday, September 24, 17:00 - 19:00
Gwen Butcher Shop & Restaurant
6000 Sunset Boulevard, Hollywood, California 90028
Phone: 323-469-8311
Chef Curtis Stone celebrates Gwen's official Chamber induction with a ribbon cutting ceremony! Following the ceremony, mix and mingle with the Chamber business community. Gwen Butcher Shop and Restaurant is the second restaurant from award-winning chef Curtis Stone (of Maude) and the first with his brother Luke Stone. Gwen is both a European-style, chef-driven butcher shop and restaurant featuring fire-based cooking techniques. Chef Curtis Stone has appeared on a number of top-rated programs including Take Home Chef (TLC), Top Chef Masters (Bravo), and Food Network’s All-Star Academy. Curtis is Head Judge on Top Chef Junior, an extension of the NBC Top Chef franchise, alongside host Vanessa Lachey. Members must RSVP online at www.hollywoodchamber.net/event as reservation will be closed once max capacity is reached. Only two guest from each company are allowed. Non-member who wish to attend, please contact info@hollywoodchamber.net for information. The Hollywood Chamber was formed in October 1921 to replace the old Hollywood Board of Trade. It consists of owners, managers, presidents and other key representatives from a spectrum of businesses and organizations around the Hollywood community.
 
Open Mic Night at The Actors Theatre Workshop
Wednesday, September 26, 20:00
The Actors Theatre Workshop
145 West 28 Street, New York, New York 10001
Phone: 212)-947-1386
The Actors Theatre Workshop is an established pioneer in non-profit theatre that produces classical and contemporary plays, develops new dramatic works, trains and develops actors, writers and directors while making a difference in the lives of homeless children and the community at large. The educational program teaches innovative educational techniques and theatre principles to adults and children from all walks of life; produces classical and contemporary plays and documentary films that maintain goal stated artistic standards. The theatrical program develops new dramatic works that examine the social issues of the day. The open mic happens on the last Wednesday of every month. 
 
Cannes Corporate Media and TV Awards
Wednesday, September 26 - Thursday, September 27
InterContinental Carlton Hotel
58 Boulevard de la Croisette, 06400 Cannes, France
Phone: +43/1/505 53 37-17; +33 4 93 06 40 06
The Cannes Corporate Media and TV Awards is an international festival for corporate films, online media productions and documentaries. The festival brings together clients, film producers and experts from the media and communications industry. The festival`s Dolphin Trophies are awarded annually in September in Cannes, France. Festivities open with the Welcome Evening at the InterContinental Carlton. On day two, a lecture series will take place during the day and attendees can also visit the media center at the InterContinental Carlton Hotel. Whether the winners will be awarded with a Dolphin in Gold, Silver, Black or Blue will be revealed during the Awards Gala Dinner on September 27. The highlight of the evening will be the announcement of the Grand Prix Winner who will be chosen among the Gold winners. This year, the evening will be hosted by the presenter Louise Houghton.
 
Fifth Annual Production Music Conference (#PMC2018)
Wednesday, September 26 - Friday, September 28
Loews Hollywood Hotel
7000 Hollywood Boulevard, Hollywood, California 90028
Phone: 323-856-1970
The opening evening will be dedicated to the Fourth Annual Mark Awards, an awards ceremony dedicated to honoring excellence in the production music community by presenting awards in 27 categories. It is named in honor of the late Andy Mark, a library owner and founding member of the PMA. Music professionals may submit their own considerations to the annual awards through the online link at: https://www.awardcore.com/pma  Conference topic highlights will include, Women In the Production Music: Styles, Strategies and Survival; Music Library Audio Mastering Primer: the What, Why, When, Who, and How of it All…; Composer All-Stars: How to Score Big In Production Music; Neighboring Rights and Production Music; The State of Audio Recognition and Monitoring Technology: What Every Publisher and Composer Should Know; Production Music in Asia; AI Generated Music: How Will This Impact the Future of Production Music? Advertising Music: How to Compete, Survive and Thrive. The Production Music Association (PMA) is the leading advocate and voice of the production music community. It is a non-profit organization with over 670 music publisher members, ranging from major labels to independent boutiques. It provides its members with a forum in which common issues can be discussed and decisions made, educating its members and the marketplace about music rights and other issues affecting the production music community, and enhancing the value of PMA members’ music through research, education and public relations. A networking cocktail party set for September 28 closes the event.
 
Hollywood Networking Breakfast
Thursday, September 27, 08:00-10:30
Raleigh Studios
5300 Melrose Avenue, Hollywood, California 90038
Phone: 323-465-9800; 310-854-1111
To attend the Hollywood Networking Breakfast(R), you should be directly involved in the entertainment industry, a group which usually includes writers, producers, directors, development/production execs, talent representatives, casting directors, entertainment attorneys, financiers, actors and others at various levels of experience and achievement. Check-in starts at 07:20. Everyone gets 15 seconds to introduce themselves to the room. The breakfast -- held on the last Thursday of every month -- begins at 08:00 and lasts until approximately 10:30. The breakfast may sometimes be held on a Saturday or another weekday. Parking is available, free of charge.
 
BMI 101 Workshop NY
Thursday, September 27, 12:00-13:00
BMI New York Office
Seven World Trade Center, 250 Greenwich Street, New York, New York 10007
Phone: 212-220-3000; 646-779-8455
BMI 101 is a free one-hour introductory workshop for writers and publishers, covering the role that BMI plays in the music industry, basics of performing rights, and becoming a BMI affiliate. Attendance is free, but seating is limited so RSVP with the total number of guests by email to BMI101NY@bmi.com. Admittance is granted only through advance RSVP.
 
 

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