Calendar of Global Media and Showbiz Industry Social Networking Events

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THE FIX: FRUKT’s Live Music Showcase (#FRUKT)
Tuesday, August 1, 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: Sarsha Simone, an r'n'b artist from Australia with a recently released single; Callum Stewart, singer-songwriter from Belfast whose new single 'The Dam' has already soared past 100,000 plays on Spotify; Koalas, a synth-pop band from Manchester starting to pick up BBC 6Music daytime plays; Louud, a Swedish dream-pop act. 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. This event is free. FRUKT and DIY DJs playing around the bands.
Email: london@wearefrukt.com; @FRUKT
 
Song Arts Academy Songwriting Summer Workshop
Tuesday, August 1 (and every Tuesday in August)
Song Arts Academy
160 West 97 Street, New York, New York 10025
Phone: 917-686-4375
This songwriters workshop is taught by NYU and New School faculty member Billy Seidman. The workshop runs five consecutive Tuesday evenings: 08/01, 08, 15, 22, and 29 from 19:00-21:30. This is an advanced song crafting course that will teach the Deep-Dive communication techniques used by contemporary pop recording songwriters and producers. Past Song Arts Academy participants include artists signed to major record labels and The Voice and American Idol contestants, as well as hundreds of tri-state songwriters. The workshop is limited to 15 and writers are encouraged to apply ASAP. SAA grew from the BMI Contemporary Songwriter Workshop founded by Samantha Cox, Assistant VP/Writer-Publisher Relations at Broadcast Music, Inc.; Charlie Feldman, Vice President/Writer-Publisher Relations at BMI; and instructor Billy Seidman in 2000. SAA offers Vocal and Performance Training, Contemporary Music Producing and Arranging, and Master Classes in Music for Advertising.
 
One Mic Nite Open Talent Showcase at LOA (#LiveSeries)
Wednesday, August 2, 19:00-22:30 (and every Wednesday)
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 Luis, Every Wednesday night.
 
Hollywood Chamber's TEAM HOLLYWOOD Committee Meeting
Thursday, August 3, 12:00-14:00
Hollywood Chamber of Commerce
6255 Sunset Boulevard, Ste #150, Hollywood, California 90028
Phone: 323-469-8311; Fax: 323-469-2805
The Hollywood Chamber invites members (and anyone interested in membership) to attend of its Entertainment, Arts and Media Committee — TEAM HOLLYWOOD. TEAM HOLLYWOOD promotes the Hollywood brand with the intention of preserving Hollywood’s homegrown entertainment industries, particularly film, broadcasting, commercials, television and performing. Susan Cabral-Ebert of IATSE Local 706 and Larry Laboe of NewFilmmakers LA, are 2017 Volunteer Co-chairs. Furthermore, the Hollywood Chamber Committee strives to embrace new and emerging media with an eye to uphold Hollywood’s status as the entertainment capital of the world. 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. Lunch will be served by Mack Sennett Studios and 1215Creative. Must RSVP at www.hollywoodchamber.net/events to attend. Non-members can join at this link: goo.gl/6vCGC6
 
Lollapalooza 2017 Music Festival
Thursday, August 3 - Sunday, August 6
Grant Park in downtown Chicago
Michigan at Congress, Chicago, Illinois 60605
Phone: 888-512-7469
Lollapalooza is the very anticipated annual music festival featuring alternative rock, heavy metal, punk rock and hip hop bands, dance and comedy performances, and craft booths. Responsible for introducing and popularizing some of the big musical names, this year's lineup will include: Little Miss Ann, Gramatik, Duckwrth, Vance Joy, Dirty Audio, Big Sean, School of Rock Allstars, The Shins, Kevin Devine, DJ Snake, The Japanese House, Rae Sremmurd, Mura Masa, Zeds Dead, Middle Kids, Chance The Rapper, Maggie Rogers, Cage The Elephant, and so many others. This year, to help keep the party going, Official 2017 Lollapalooza Aftershows and Afterparties are planned for designated music venues around Chicago. Lollapalooza contains a kids/family-friendly music and activity area in its own enclosed area of Grant Park. Kidzapalooza offers parents with children programming of family-friendly music on its own stage while offering non-music activities like skateboarding demos, hip hop workshops, a music video tent and much more. Tackling the issues of the environment, voter participation, or medical ethics, Lollapalooza looks to register its social consciousness and outreach where it can. So it strives to be a place where music fans can learn more about how to help the world around them by inviting in various organizations to set up a presence at the festival. How do bands get booked for Lollapalooza? For unsigned bands, Lollapalooza works with Sonicbids in the Last Band Standing contest that lets fans pick an unsigned band to play at the festival.
 
Film Showcase: Summer Filmmaking Intensive
Friday, August 4, 14:00-16:00
Anna-Maria and Stephen Kellen Auditorium (Room N101), Sheila C. Johnson Design Center
66 Fifth Avenue, New York, New York 10003
Phone: 212-229-8903
The School of Media Studies' summer filmmaking intensive, "Film, Art, Change: Making Movies to Make a Difference," will be showcasing the socially-engaged film projects created by students during their summer study. Students in this program are rising high school juniors and seniors. Combining 16mm filmmaking craft with high definition (HD) digital techniques and tools, the intensive immerses students in the history and practice of making movies. Students learn to communicate through the unique language of cinema and how to leverage its power to question, provoke, educate, delight, amaze, and change. Students work collaboratively to create meaningful and artful short film projects. Reception to follow. Sponsored by The New School's School of Media Studies. 
 
Friday Night Social
Friday, August 4, 18:30-21:30
Double Take Restaurant and Lounge @ Palomar Hotel
10740 Wilshire Boulevard, #101, Los Angeles, California 90024
Phone: 310-475-8556; 800-472-8556
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 ScriptWriters Network. 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.” Situated in the midst of Wilshire Blvd, between Beverly Hills and UCLA, Double Take at Hotel Palomar Beverly Hills is a dining hotspot inspired by a Hollywood backlot. Free to attend. Pay for your own food, cocktails, and parking. It important to register before 22:00 the evening before the event to gain entry.
 
Gotta Sing! Search for A Star Open Mic
Saturday, August 5, 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.
 
BMI Acoustic Lounge
Monday, August 7, 19:00
Genghis Cohen
740 N. 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 Jackson Wise (soundcloud.com/sailemusic), Rafael LóAr, Elisa Savoca (www.reverbnation.com), Benjamin Diaz. Admission is free.
 
BMI's 8 off 8th Showcase
Monday, August 7, 20:00
The High Watt
One Cannery Row, Nashville, Tennessee 37203
Phone: 615-251-3020; Fax: 615-252-2527
BMI and YEP (Young Entertainment Professionals) present “BMI 8 off 8th” . each night features eight local (and sometimes nationally touring) artists and serves as ground zero for Nashville’s burgeoning indie music scene. This showcase will feature artists: TBA. Whether it’s launching fledgling acts fresh out of the garage or showcasing the latest buzz bands, 8 off 8th’s rapid-fire three-song sets satisfy audiences chasing the next big thing. The Young Entertainment Professionals network creates a platform for the entertainment industry to thrive in a supportive and creative environment for the betterment of its members as well as the industry as a whole through networking events, showcases, mentorship and educational development. Free and open to the public.
 
Flickers' Rhode Island International Film Festival
Tuesday, August 8 - Sunday, August 13
The Providence Performing Arts Center (PPAC)
220 Weybosset Street, Providence, Rhode Island 02903
Phone: 401-861-4445
The Opening Night Program will salute “Flickers' Road to the Oscars®",” a signature theme for the Festival. There will be a post screening Soirée with live music afterward. Aside from film screenings, the Flickers team has organized a number of events to encourage filmmakers and festival attendees to widen their knowledge of filmmaking as well as explore the host city. RIIFF is also a qualifying festival for the Live Action, Documentary, and Animated Short Film through its affiliation with the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. The Rhode Island Film Forum segment of the Festival is an opportunity to meet and ask questions of some significant contributors of the Rhode Island film industry set for an August 10 date. The 2017 ScriptBiz™ workshop is a day-long workshop on August 11 that explores how to hone creative and business skills. The Festival's goal is to recognize achievement and innovation in a variety of filmmaking and storytelling disciplines while providing an opportunity to secure wider distribution.
Email: info@film-festival.org; @RhodeIslandFilmFest
 
Screenwriting Workshop
Saturday, August 12, 10:00-16:00  
The Mutiny Hotel
2951 South Bayshore Drive, Coconut Grove, Florida 33133
Phone: 305-441-2100
The workshop will stress a 5-step process to start a screenplay quickly, finish it successfully and avoid common mistakes that cause scripts to become discarded. Find out why you don’t need a college degree or a literary background to write a great screenplay. Instructor Peter Baloff started his writing career as a playwright. After winning the Norman Lear Award for Playwriting and the David Library Award for Playwriting, he moved to Los Angeles to write for film and TV (had 6 screenplays produced), including Universal, Disney, NBC and Fox. He has has taught Screenwriting for the prestigious UCLA Writers Program and teaches Screenwriting at the New York Film Academy. 
Email: Facebook messaging
 
Two-Day Lighting Workshop at Solar
Saturday, August 12 - Sunday, August 13
Solar Film/Video Productions
632 Broadway, Ste. 304, New York, New York 10012
Phone: 212-473-3040
The workshop will stress hands-on techniques over textbook theories to achieve Simple, Creative and Efficient shooting techniques without utilizing unneeded equipment, budget, crew or time. The workshop will cover, camera and lighting positions, outdoor lighting with regard to sun and shade conditions, using colored lighting to affect mood, appropriate lighting for actors or models with dark skin tone and complexions, knowing the differences in lighting for dramas and lighting for interviews, and more. 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.

 

Five-Day Filmmaking Workshop at Solar
Saturday, August 12 - Wednesday, August 16
Solar Film/Video Productions
632 Broadway, Suite 304, New York, New York 10012
Phone: 212-473-3040
Geared especially toward Narrative/Documentary Filmmakers, 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, August 17, 16:00-17:00
BMI Los Angeles Office
8730 Sunset Boulevard, 3rd 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.
 
OrlandoiX 2017 (#OrlandoiX17)
Thursday, August 17 - Sunday, August 20
Full Sail University
3300 University Boulevard, Winter Park, Florida 32792
Phone: 321-622-2900
The OrlandoiX program agenda fuses creativity and technology to bring together creators, investors, brands, and tech enthusiasts to take part in four days of industry keynotes, speaker presentations, interactive exhibits, gameplay, and networking.
Focused on interactivity, OrlandoiX showcases advancements in entertainment technology, interactive media, and digital arts. OrlandoiX features Industry Keynotes, speaker sessions, interactive exhibits, Game Developers Conference, Startup Series, Demo Zones, gaming tournaments, Networking Opportunities, and Entertainment. The August 17 opening party of the OrlandoiX Interactive Experience will be in downtown Orlando, and is free to the public with an RSVP made at the Facebook page. At OrlandoiX indie creators can showcase their projects in Virtual Reality, Augmented Reality, Video Games, and Digital Entertainment in the Indie Zone. To qualify as an indie creator, companies or project teams must have less than 8 people and less than $200,000 in annual revenues. The planned Artist Alley will assemble entertainment media, video gaming, digital arts, simulation, e-sports, education, venture capital, and hardware. The expo floor will include the interactive experience from a diverse cross-section of the tech community; including health tech, AR/VR, simulations and training, web technologies, gaming, interactive media, and more. OrlandoiX has indicated that August 18-19 are Gaming Nights, but August 19-20 will have Gaming Tournaments as well as an Indie Game Village. Gain more insight and starter details on the emerging VR/AR/MR field at this link.
 
Building Your Business Dive Into Social Media
Friday, August 18, 09:30-10:30
Hollywood Chamber of Commerce
6255 Sunset Boulevard, Suite 150, Hollywood, California 90028
Phone: 323-469-8311
The Hollywood Chamber of Commerce will host a session on the importance of producing content on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter in order to be found and selected online. Learn best practices for each of these social media platforms to help improve audience acquisition, increase revenue, and open a channel for customer service. Session leader Emma Vaughn heads Main Street Hub’s local business outreach on the west coast. She has cultivated partnerships with industry leaders such as SCORE Los Angeles, SBA, California Restaurant Association, Long Beach SBDC, and various chambers of commerce. Main Street Hub is a tech-enabled company with educational workshops are both live and online to help small businesses get more word-of-mouth and referrals on sites such as Facebook, Twitter, Yelp, and Instagram. 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.
 
African Diaspora Film Festival D.C.
Friday, August 18 - Sunday, August 20
GWU Marvin Center
800 21 Street NW, Washington DC 20052
Phone: 212-864-1760
The DC African Diaspora International Film Festival (ADIFF) – DC will hold its 11th Anniversary festival from August 18 to 20, 2017 at the George Washington University (GWU) Marvin Center (800 21st Street NW). The weekend will feature fourteen films ‐including 11 DC premieres ‐that will take audiences in and out of the United States. ADIFF, a 501C3 not-for-profit Corporation, holds festivals in Chicago in June,  in Washington DC in August, and in Paris, France in September.  the African Diaspora Film Festival holds monthly community screenings at Teachers College, Columbia University that are open to the public and have series that vary in theme. The African Diaspora Film Festival Cine-Club holds monthly community screenings at Teachers College, Columbia University that are open to the public and have series that vary in theme.
 
Audio Engineering Society (AES) Brasil Expo
Monday, August 21 - Thursday, August 24
Expo Center Norte
Rua Jose Bernardo Pinto 333 - Vila Guilherme Sao Paulo - SP 02055-000, Brazil
Phone:  +55 21 2421 0112; +1 212 661 8528
AES opens its AES Brasil Expo in partnership with SET (Brazilian Society of Television Engineering), co-locating the SET Expo and AES Brasil Expo events together in 2017. The programming of the two complementing entities offers state-of-the-art technology for media, entertainment and telecommunications professionals, with conferences and seminars focused on television, cinema, satellite television, online video, live events, corporate audiovisual, lighting, digital signage, production and post-production. Normally held in May, in 2017 AES Brasil Expo is changing to August. Among other initiatives, SET Expo looks to present and discuss the technical innovations, regulations and new products of the audiovisual market, covering the entire production chain from creation to distribution. Additional AES conferences and regional summits are held periodically throughout Latin America, Asia, Europe, and North America. Also worth noting, AES has granted full access to the AES E-Library digital library as part of the association's benefits. Members and non-members (at cost) will be able to retrieve documents originating from the beginning of professional audio in the 1950s right up through the latest developments in network audio and space, virtual and augmented realities, streaming, and signal processing.
 
The Edinburgh International Television Festival (#edtvfest)
Wednesday, August 23 - Friday, August 25
EICC
150 Morrison Street, The Exchange Edinburgh, EH3 8EE, Edinburgh, Scotland
Phone: +44 (0) 20 7278 9515; +44 (0) 207  843 0140
Edinburgh is presented in part by YouTube. Importantly, the festival runs two talent schemes – The Network (formerly known as TVYP) which gives new entrants a needed first step into the TV and digital industries, and its other initiative Ones to Watch (formerly known as Fast Track) that supports artists at the early stages of their career. Edinburgh’s MacTaggart Lecture has has come to be the centrepiece of the Festival by becoming an authoritative platform to shape the agenda in the global television industry. The 2017 MacTaggart Speaker is Jon Snow, award-winning journalist and broadcaster of Channel 4 News In the past. Masterclass sessions that Edinburgh will offer include (but not limited to), Satire! What is it good for? Top of the Pods: Can you cash in on the Podcasting Boom? Black Mirror Masterclass with Charlie Brooker and Annabel Jones, I'm a Producer, get the Celebrities Out of Here, Fleabag: How to Create An International Hit Comedy, Killers, Cops and Courtrooms: A True Crime Masterclass.
Email: info@thetvfestival.com; @ThisIsEdinburghTVFestival; contact form
 
Network at the Hollywood Chamber Business After Hours Mixer
Thursday, August 24, 17:30-19:30
The Argyle Hollywood
1600 Argyle Avenue, Los Angeles, California 90028
Phone: 323-469-8311
Party favors include first drink on the house and hors d'oeuvres served throughout the mixer. The event is open to Hollywood Chamber members only. Non-members can email info@hollywoodchamber.net for an invitation. Must reserve online at www.hollywoodchamber.net/event as registration will be closed once capacity is reached. Meet other Chamber members and promote your business. Located in the historic Hollywood and Vine district, The Argyle Hollywood was Inspired by Paris in the 1920's, The Argyle features brick walls, gold-in ceilings, and tile-finished booths. Meet other Chamber members and promote your business. 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.
 
NewFilmmakers Los Angeles Celebrates British Cinema - Film Festival (#NFMLA)
Saturday, August 26, 17:00
South Park Center
1139 South Hill Street, Los Angeles, California 90015
Phone: 213-741-7402
The first program of the evening includes seven short films from emerging filmmakers from a wide range of narratives and genres. The program includes a comedy about a small-time con artist forced to babysit his neighbor’s little brother, a music video about societal integration after incarceration, and a drama about redemption despite overwhelming countervailing forces. The second program, in partnership with the Alliance of Women Directors (AWD), showcases five films from women filmmakers. In the third and final program of the evening, NFMLA presents an installment of InFocus: Youth Cinema. This marks the Los Angeles premiere for the feature comedy “How to Get Girls.” Starring a cast of recognizable comedic talents, this raunchy comedy tells the story of an awkward high schooler taking advantage of his childhood best friend’s newly developed good looks in order to get girls. NFMLA also welcomes co-hosts Wrapal.com, the film industry’s first online marketplace that helps connect properties to filmmakers directly for free, and The Script Lab Summit, which is an educational event for the entire global screenwriting community. Opens with pre-screening reception. Throughout the event, attendees will have opportunities to mingle with the selected festival filmmakers, industry professionals and film lovers with a full bar in the Filmmaker Lounge at the South Park Center in Downtown Los Angeles.
 
BMI 101 Workshop NY
Wednesday, August 30, 12:00-13:00
BMI New York Office
Seven World Trade Center, 250 Greenwich Street, New York, New York 10007
Phone: 212-220-3000
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.
 
Long Beach Indie Film Media and Music Conference-Expo
Wednesday, August 30 - Sunday, September 3
Long Beach Convention and Entertainment Center / Hilton Long Beach
701 West Ocean Boulevard, Long Beach, California 90831
Phone:  +1-800-967-1932
Conference sessions are a central event of the Long Beach Indie International Film, Media, and Music Festival. There are three primary tracks the conference sessions will follow, Career Pathways; Film, Music & Media; Business Summit and Expo. A FilmFreeway Top 100 reviewed festival, since 2014 Long Beach Indie has screened more than 500 films from 50+ countries, and attracted Oscar, Golden Globe, Emmy, Grammy, Directors Guild of America, ALMA and NAACP Image Award winners and nominees and presenters. LBI’s Career Pathways in Arts, Digital Media and Entertainment operates with the purpose to connect educators, parents, counselors and administrators to the knowledge, trends and individuals driving career opportunities in the creative economy. Program options for Career Pathways in Arts, Digital Media and Entertainment will be workshops, panels, and master classes, independent film screenings, music showcases, entertainment industry receptions and parties, the LBI/Step to the Mic Awards Gala (September 3), and the LBI College and Career Fair exposing diverse youth (ages 15-24) to careers in Arts, Digital Media, and Entertainment (September 2).
Email: info@longbeachindie.com; @LongBeachIndie
 
Hollywood Networking Breakfast
Thursday, August 31, 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.

 


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