•So what does that mean to Creative Freelancers?
•Can our design, art direction, writing and marketing skills translate?
•Which Film Industry jobs are we most qualified for?
•What it’s really like working on a movie?
We have a very exciting evening for you on Thursday, October 5th, with amazing lineup of video and film industry professionals
MARK SIMON – Skilled director and cinematographer based in Atlanta. He has lensed thousands of television commercials
during his storied career, but started out doing movies, working with legendary filmmakers John Hughes and Paul Brickman
DEBORAH MOORE – Regarded as one of the best executives in the movie business. As Executive Vice President of Production
at New Line Cinema, she was instrumental in the meteoric rise of one of the largest and most successful independent production
companies of the 80’s and 90’s. Past films include The Mask, Dumb and Dumber, and the Nightmare on Elm Street franchise.
PETER CHESNEY – An accomplished director and special effects designer and supervisor, with 36 years of experience. His feature
films include Honey I Blew Up the Kid! (winner of a British Academy Award for Special Visual Effects), The Hudsucker Proxy,
Men in Black, The Big Lebowski, and O Brother, Where Art Thou? He’s also a member of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts
This is a DON’T MISS event from Atlanta’s foremost authority on the #1 Social Media site for Business! We’ll look forward to
seeing you on Thursday, October 5th starting at 6:30 PM.
Freelance Forum programming chair: Pat Mills Sullivan, millsartdesign.com
ABOUT FREELANCE FORUM
Our members are made up of freelance marketing and creative professionals (designers, writers, video/photographers,
marketing consultants, etc.).
Admission: Free for members. Guests pay $15. Dress: Blue jeans rule. Business attire is okay if you just came from a big meeting
with a corporate client. But otherwise, relax.
For more information about Freelance Forum, visit: https://freelanceforum.org/
No atmospheric pressure here! We network and socialize over sandwiches, spreads or pizza, catch up with new and old friends and introduce ourselves to first-time or frequent guests. Then we settle in for the night’s program and its follow-up Q&A.
Our programs always focus on running a creative business more successfully, with topics that address issues like fees, taxes, law, marketing, selling, interpersonal skills, business organization, technology and more. All to help you work smarter, faster, more efficiently and more profitably. So whether you’re just starting out or you’ve been at this for a while, you get no-fluff information tailored to your needs.
So join us for a meeting. Bring your questions. Hear that hot tip or horror story. And of course, share your own!