Calendar of Global Media and Showbiz Industry Social Networking Events

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Gotta Sing! Search for A Star Open Mic
Saturday, December 2, 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 Celebrates Documentary Film – DocuSlate Film Festival (#NFMLA)
Saturday, December 2, 10:30-23:00
South Park Center
1139 South Hill Street, Los Angeles, California 90015
Phone: 213-741-7402
NFMLA is pleased to present DocuSlate, day dedicated to documentary films on December 2 and 16. Programs will include: ‘I Lived on Parker Avenue,’ Director, Philip Braun II; ‘The Honey Badger,’ Director, Daniel Hayes; ‘I’d Be Home Soon – Beyond the Headlines,’ Director Thomas Ellis; ‘The Tables,’ Director, Jon Bunning; ‘Joshua Tree: Threatened Wonderland,’ Director, Bill Wisneski; ‘The Bus Trip,’ Director, Sarah Gampel; ‘Boat People – Life on Latsch Island, Director, Jennifer Whalen; ‘ARLETTE. MUT IST EIN MUSKEL,’ Director, Florian Hoffman; ‘LADDIE: The Man Behind The Movies,’ Director, Amanda Ladd-Jones; Hans // Farbe: Rosa (Hans’ Colours),’ Director, Pedro Dannemann; ‘Documented America: Spirit of Iris,’ Director, Corinne Jayaweera; ‘Yi,’ Director Jiacheng Xu; ‘Seeing is Believing: Women Direct,’ Director, Cady McClain; ‘Single Mother Only Daughter,’ Director, Ellie Wen; ‘The Duel,’ Director, Sean David Christensen; ‘Zaratustra Ainda Fala,’ Director, Luiz Fernando Femandes Machado; ‘Do U Want It?’ Director Josh Freund; ‘Sherry,’ Director, Eliane Lima. NewFilmmakers LA provides a forum where filmmakers can be recognized for their contributions, have open audience discussions about their projects and connect with industry professionals. Filmmaker submissions are accepted by online submission form (https://goo.gl/M1ZPg9). Screenings are between 12 and 15 minutes long. There will be pre-screening receptions before each program where attendees can sip cocktails and mingle with industry professionals and festival selected filmmakers in the lounge. Q&A sessions with the filmmakers will follow each program. An After Party concludes the evening.
 
2017 ASMAC Golden Score Awards
Sunday, December 3, 17:00
Hilton Universal City Hotel
555 Universal Hollywood Drive, Universal City, California 91608
Phone: 818-994-4661
At the 2017 Golden Score Awards the American Society of Music Arrangers and Composers (ASMAC) will honor composer/songwriters, ASCAP President Paul Williams, and Charles Fox. Paul Williams is a Grammy, Golden Globe and Academy Award-winning composer, lyricist, singer, author and actor. Charles Fox (in addition to television themes) has composed the music for numerous films including “Barbarella,” “Nine to Five,” “Foul Play,” “Goodbye Columbus” and “The Other Side of the Mountain.” The gala evening will begin at 17:00 with a reception and silent auction, followed by a gourmet dinner and an awards program that will include many of the honorees’ friends. The evening will also help us to raise funds for ASMAC's scholarships and educational programs. ASMAC has sought to preserve a tradition of excellence among composers, arrangers, orchestrators, and musicians. In addition to celebrating the achievements of the more mature members of our profession, ASMAC encourages younger musicians to achieve their goals through scholarships, workshops, master classes and mentoring programs which are funded by the proceeds of the annual Golden Score Awards.
 
Conversation With Raja Amari – NYADIFF 2017
Sunday, December 3, 13:00-23:00
Milbank Chapel, Teachers College, Columbia University
25 West 120 Street, Harlem, New York 10027
Phone: 212-864-1760
Raja Amari was born in Tunis, Tunisia. After gaining a Master’s in French Literature from the University of Tunis, she graduated from La FEMIS, the French school for cinematic studies. Her films include ‘Red Satin,’ ‘Buried Secrets,’ ‘Tunisian Spring’ and ‘Foreign Body.’ ADIFF’s mission is to present African Diaspora films to diverse audiences, redesign the Black cinema experience, and strengthen the role of African and African descent directors in contemporary world cinema. In response to this mission, ADIFF features the work of emerging and established filmmakers of color.  The Festival offers a platform for conveying African Diaspora artistic styles and craft in film.
 
California Copyright Conference Holiday Party and First Annual Apollo Awards
Monday, December 4, 19:00
Catalina Bar & Grill
6725 Sunset Boulevard, Hollywood, California 90028
Phone: 818-379-3312
The California Copyright Conference will hold its annual holiday party and its first annual Apollo Awards. This year’s Apollo Awards recipients are Kathy Spanberger, president of peermusic, and Jay Cooper, founder of the Los Angeles entertainment law practice at Greenberg Traurig. As recipients of the Apollo Award, the CCC recognizes and honors Kathy and Jay as music industry professionals who have demonstrated excellence in the music industry via their leadership, achievements, and commitment to the industry. In addition to the Apollo Awards, the CCC will hold its annual silent auction event to raise money to fund the CCC’s John Braheny Scholarship Fund. 
 
BMI Acoustic Lounge
Monday, December 4, 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 Kendra Calhoun (www.kendracalhounmusic.com), Cody Johns (smarturl.it/codyjohns), Madeleine Mayi (facebook.com/mad.mayi), Paige Shannon (soundcloud.com/paigeshannonmusic). Admission is free.
 
New York Comics and Picture-Story Symposium: Elizabeth C. Denlinger on Picturing Frankenstein’s Creature (#NYCPS)
Tuesday, December 5, 19:00-21:00
The Bark Room at Parsons, Sheila C. Johnson Design Center
Two West 13 Street, Room M101, New York, New York 10011
Phone: 212-229-5667, ext. 3187
The talk will explore Mary Shelley’s 1818 ‘Frankenstein’ novel and the varied ways in which the creature has been portrayed and the relationship between those portrayals and the reader’s or viewer’s identification with him. A central question will be addressed,  do we stare because he’s so hideous, or because he’s so attractive? The presenter, Elizabeth C. Denlinger received a Ph.D. from NYU. Formerly a curator at the Morgan, she has curated the Carl H. Pforzheimer Circle of Shelley and His Circle since 2008. This talk rises from an exhibition she’s guest-curating at the Morgan called It’s Alive! Frankenstein at 200 that will open at the Morgan in the fall of 2018. To be considered to make a presentation, please send an email outlining the concept: symposium(at)katchor.com
 
THE FIX: FRUKT’s Live Music Showcase (#FRUKT)
Tuesday, December 5, 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: Everything By Electricity, Mauwe, Hannah Jane Lewis, Amalia Watty. 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
 
Children’s Global Media Summit 2017 (#CGMS2017 )
Tuesday, December 5 - Thursday, December 7
Manchester Central
Windmill Street, Manchester M2 3GX, UK
Phone: +44 (0)161 209 3354; +44 161 834 2700
Sessions and keynotes will focus on five key themes: Innovation, Empowerment, Freedom, Entertainment and Education. Alice Webb, Director BBC Children’s and BBC North, and Tricia Edgar, World Summit on Media for Children Foundation Chair, take part in the opening Unlimited Keynote. The BBC has joined with a group of broadcast partners, academic institutions and policymakers to create a program of content which reflects the world of media through the eyes of a young global audience. Some of the presenters that are on the program include: Michelle Guthrie, ABC; Linda Simensky, Children’s Programming, PBS; Malik Ducard, Family and Learning at YouTube; Resh Sidhu, Framestore; Richard Scudamore, Premier League; Alex Okosi, Viacom International Media; Cheryl Taylor, BBC Children's; Jeffrey D. Dunn, Sesame Workshop. Children’s Global Media Summit is the eighth which has been commissioned by the World Summit on Media for Children Foundation. The World Summit on Media for Children Foundation is an independent body which uses its expertise, networks and influence to reach greater understanding of developments in children's media around the world, and foster innovation in the development, design and provision of media for children. 
 
InfoComm MEA VR-AR Pavilion - Dubai (#InfoCommMEA)
Tuesday, December 5 - Thursday, December 7
Dubai World Trade Centre
Sheikh Zayed Road, Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Phone: +61 (0) 2 4403 0305; +971 4 332 1000
InfoComm MEA 2017 in Dubai, an Audio Visual, Entertainment and Information Communication Technology event, and VRARA Dubai Chapter will open a pavilion for the event. VRARA Dubai Chapter brings together the local and the global talent, to create a community of AR and VR innovator's from the original content creators and creative distributors, innovative hardware companies and to meticulous researchers. Added features at InfoComm MEA VR-AR Pavilion will be structured to enable participants to gain marketing exposure through InfoComm MEA pre-show marketing campaign of e-Newsletter, social media and advertising to over 150,000 regional databases sourced from InfoComm International and Dubai World Trade Centre related events, in additional to VRAR marketing channels. The VRARA is focused on creating a member community of not only VR and AR solution providers and content creators, but also having a large percentage of members being the brands and customers of VR and AR. 
 
Sight, Sound, and Story: The Art of Cinematography 2017 (#theartofcinematography)
Wednesday, December 6, 16:00
NYIT Auditorium on Broadway
1671 Broadway, New York, New York 10023
Phone: 212-414-9570; 646-273-6100
This upcoming MEWShop speaker series will be an evening devoted to the art of cinematography. In focus is the craft of visual storytelling from seasoned practitioners behind the camera. This workshop will go behind the scenes with industry cinematographers (Martin Ahlgren, Joan Churchill, ASC, Hugo Perez, David Leitner, Julio Macat, ASC, Igor Martinović, Buddy Squires, ASC) in documentary and television and then explore the process of shooting narrative feature films with an acclaimed cinematographer. Topic areas that will be probed in moderated panels include: "In The Moment: The Art of Cinematography in Documentary Filmmaking," "The New Age of TV: Bringing the Look of Cinema to the Small Screen," "Behind the Lens: A Conversation with Cinematographer Julio Macat, ASC." Concludes with a Networking Party and Tech Lounge demonstrations.
 
One Mic Nite Open Talent Showcase at LOA (#LiveSeries)
Wednesday, December 6, 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 on 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.
 
International Theater Expo 2017 (#THEATEX)
Wednesday, December 6 - Friday, December 8
Tokyo Big Sight West Hall
Ariake, 3 Chome−3−11−1 Koto, Japan
Phone: +81-3-6273-0403; Fax: +81-3-5363-0301
International Theater Expo will showcase facilities and services for theater, auditorium, and stage Exhibition in the Koto district of Tokyo. This event showcases products like contour curtain Sound light reflector Revolving stage, laser light, smoke effects, special effects, digital picture delivery system, 3D/4D systems, clothes, makeup, special effect make-up etc. Concurrent shows will run alongside International Theater Expo 2017. Japan Theme Park Expo 2017 will offer an exhibition of facilities and services for development and operation of the theme park and leisure facilities. Illumination and Projection Mapping Area, another show concurrently running with THEATEX, focuses on illumination planning, lighting consulting, designer attachment and construction, LED / organic EL lighting, lighting control solutions, Visual equipment, projection mapping, acoustic equipment, stage equipment, fireworks and other relevant areas. The Leisure Sports Expo 2017 show will highlight services about sports experience, leisure industry such as watching motorsports, outdoor sports and bouldering, in an industry that is expecting the expansion of sports business, sightseeing industries and the holiday making business in the immediate future.
 
AIMP Holiday Awards, Mixer and Benefit
Thursday, December 7, 17:00 - 21:00
Candela
831 South La Brea Avenue, Los Angeles, California 90036
Phone: 818-771-7301
Association of Independent Music Publishers (AIMP) LA Chapter Holiday Awards, Mixer, Benefit and 40th Anniversary Celebration will deliver an award of the chapter's Indie Publisher of the Year, Big Deal Music Group, as well as an Individual Award in support of Songwriters and Publishers to David Israelite, President and CEO, NMPA. Entertainment for the evening will be provided by Anthony Federov (with Anthea Neri), Loud Luxury, Frankie J. From 17:00 to 18:00, complimentary holiday margaritas will be provided by Reel Muzik Werks. The Association of Independent Music Publishers (AIMP) was formed in 1977 by a group of Los Angeles music publishers, and now has chapters in both Los Angeles and New York. The organization's primary focus is to educate and inform local music publishers about the most current industry trends and practices by providing a forum for the discussion of the issues and problems confronting the music publishing industry.
 
Hollywood Chamber's TEAM HOLLYWOOD Committee Meeting
Thursday, December 7, 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 http://www.hollywoodchamber.net/events to attend. Non-members can join at this link: http://goo.gl/6vCGC6
 
One World Open House
Thursday, December 7, 13:00-20:00
Band Pro Film and Digital
3403 West Pacific Avenue, Burbank, California 91505
Phone: 818-841-9655
Band Pro to Honor Claudio Miranda, ASC at Open House 2017! Band Pro’s annual One World Open House event will take place on Thursday, 12/7/2017, and will feature a Venetian Carnival theme. Oscar-winning cinematographer Claudio Miranda, ASC will be in attendance and will be honored for his ongoing contributions to the art of filmmaking. Claudio is known for his work on such films as Only the Brave, Life of Pi, The Curious Case of Benjamin Button, Tron: Legacy, and many more. Each December Band Pro’s Open House brings together high-end broadcast and cinema technology together with food, drink, and attendees from the ranks of accomplished industry veterans of the global cinematography community. Participants this year include Sony, Canon, RED, Panasonic, Angenieux, Zeiss, Fujinon, IB/E Optics, Sigma, 16x9, Inc., ORCA Bags and many more.  There is no admission fee but RSVP is required for as space is limited. For admission visit link bit.ly/bandpro2017
 
Two-Day Lighting Workshop at Solar
Saturday, December 9 - Sunday, December 10
Solar Film/Video Productions
632 Broadway, Suite. 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. 
 
Comic Arts Los Angeles (#comicartsla)
Saturday, December 9 -Sunday, December 10
Homenetmen Ararat @ Elevate Fitness Center
3000 Dolores Street, Los Angeles, California 90065
Phone: 916-670-3801
This event showcases products like public event promoting the appreciation of comics, graphic novels, and sequential arts among the broader Los Angeles public, illustration, animation, fine art etc. in the Sporting Goods, Toys and Games industry. Exhibitor will showcase public event promoting the appreciation of comics, graphic novels, and sequential arts among the broader Los Angeles public, illustration, animation, fine art etc. Prior to the comic art exhibition, CALA will host the Uncivilized Books release of FÜTCHI PERF, with Kevin Czap, at Other Books, on December 7, and the west coast release of LA RAZA ANTHOLOGY, with Editor Kat Fajardo, on December 8, also at Other Books. Some exhibiting artists will include Martian Press, Madeline McGrane,  Maia Kobabe,  Nishant Saldanha, Nothing Left To Learn, Pablo Leon, Perfectly Acceptable Press, Protein Press, Rainbow Brainskull, The Scissorhood, Tyler J. Hutchinson, Yumi Sakugawa, Youth In Decline, and so many other comic book artists and institutions. CALA is a free, public event promoting the appreciation of comics, graphic novels, and sequential arts among the broader Los Angeles public. 
Email: comicartsla@gmail.com; @comicartsla
 
Five-Day Filmmaking Workshop at Solar
Saturday, December 9 - Wednesday, December 13
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.
 
Story, Song and Stage, Directed by La Tonya Hall - Fall '17 Ensemble and Recital Series
Monday, December 11, 19:00-20:00
School of Jazz Performance Space, Arnhold Hall
55 West 13 Street, New York, New York 10011
Phone: 212-229-5150
The workshop investigates the story in a song and how to stage the story effectively. It is formulated to assist the vocalists rise into a public performer capable of engaging an audience through a personal interpretation of the meaning of a song. Building blocks toward this process include: personalization of the lyric through the creation of background story, character, sense memory and environment; development of lyric interpretive melody singing including the purposeful use of melodic variations; development of ease and flexibility in the vocal production; staging and performance using all these skills in a public forum. The School of Jazz at The New School was founded in 1986. Combined with the Drama School and Mannes School of Music, they form the College of Performing Arts at The New School. This is free to the public, with first come, first seated.
 
VR/AR Redefining The Theme Park Experience and Redefining Art (#vrarassociation)
Thursday, December 14, 18:00 - 20:30
WeWork Richmond Street West
240 Richmond Street West, Toronto, ON M5V 2C5 Canada
Phone: +1 647-699-2556
VR/AR Redefining The Theme Park Experience and Redefining Art will be a meetup event hosted by the Toronto chapter of The VRARA, the growing international trade organization for the immersive technology industry. Individuals and institutions may participate in VR AR Industry Committees on Education, Enterprise, Healthcare, Retail, and other areas. The first half-hour of the meetup will be dedicated to networking and for people to socialize over snacks and beverages. A workshop on 3D Painting with Google Tilt Brush will be offered, demonstrating how to draw and make content in VR/AR. Then a panel on location-based VR explores an upcoming competitor to the Rec Room, Dave and Busters, and even Wonderland with games and rides powered entirely with Augmented Reality and Virtual Reality.  Then, there will be a Tilt Brush/Blocks ARt contest, using the insight taught in the earlier session, about how to make content and creative work with this tool. Amazon Gift Cards will be awarded as prizes to contest winners. Separately, there will also be a free live stream of “VRARA: VR/AR Redefining The Theme Park Experience and Redefining Art” set for the same day at 18:30 hours, which can be viewed at link: https://goo.gl/vrtprM.
Email: info@thevrara.com; @vrarassociation; contact form
 
Hollywood Economic Development Committee
Tuesday, December 19, 08:00-09:30
Hollywood Chamber of Commerce
7018 Hollywood Boulevard, Hollywood, California 90028
Phone: 323-469-8311; Fax: 323-469-2805
Committee meets every third Tuesday and coordinates efforts to retain and attract businesses to Hollywood. Comprised of volunteer members, the committee works closely with new developers and financial investors to ensure that community support is mobilized to gain approval for projects important to Hollywood’s revitalization. Sponsors periodic briefings for brokers on economic development projects in greater Hollywood, and coordinates annual Economic Summit. 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.
 
Hollywood Networking Breakfast
Thursday, December 28, 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.
 
San Diego Tango Festival (#SanDiegoTangoFestival)
Thursday, December 28 - Monday, January 1
Wyndham San Diego Bayside
1355 North Harbor Drive, San Diego, California 92101
Phone: 619-393-1974
San Diego Tango Festival will strive to create a fun environment to learn and enjoy Tango dancing technique, physical condition, and etiquette that is standard. There will be a beginner’s intensive tango weekend is conducted, and advanced couples classes that begin with fundamentals of leader’s sacadas and explore the universal leader’s sacada, and how to create continuous leader’s sacadas. The festival program aims to provide the skilled DJs and instructors that can keep the participants learning and dancing. Tango Festival Instructors include 2016 U.S. Tango Champions Tilly Kimm and Adam Cornett, and others. There are no formal dress code, but attending dancers are advised to wear loose comfortable clothes, and for women, skirts that aren’t too tight or too long. Leather bottom shoes are best (for both men and women) and women should wear a low heel (1-2 inch) shoe that straps to the foot. The Tango Festival program will feature Tango Inform, a series of warmups and exercises, devised to prepare the body specifically for tango. 
Email: info@sdtf.us; @SanDiegoTangoFestival
 

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