San Diego, CA – July 21, 2014 -- The San Diego Filmmakers announces an important event of interest to professional and aspiring filmmakers regarding the filmmaking industry in San Diego County and the State of California.
On August 12, 2014, County Supervisor Dave Roberts and a panel of industry professionals including award winning Director and President of Media Pros, Michael Brueggemeyer and Executive Producer, Brent Altomare of Groovy Like a Movie, will come together to address the challenges facing the San Diego film industry from a legislative and practical perspective.
The meeting is open to all.
Media are encouraged to attend this important meeting and presentation.
Groovy Like a Movie Studios
5205 Kearney Villa Way, Ste 100
San Diego CA 92123
Doors open at 6:00 PM and the meeting begins at 6:30 PM.
Panel participants available from 5:30 pm to 6:30 pm and from 8:00 pm onward.
We will present a forum for candid discussion between our civil leadership, industry professionals and the audience. There will be ample time for questions at the end of thepresentation as well as informal discussion during our “meet & greet” time following themeeting. In addition to discussing conditions affecting the growth of the filmmakingindustry inSan Diego, Supervisor Roberts will also discuss Assembly Bill 1839, the pendinglegislation before the California State Senate. AB 1839 is designed to make filmmakingin California more desirable and competitive with other states by offering tax credits andother incentives.
About San Diego Filmmakers:
San Diego Filmmakers, a recognized 501c3 educational organization, was established on the fundamentalpremise that filmmaking is an art encompassing many crafts coming together to tell a story in themost truthful sense. In September 2005 award-winning writers, directors, and producers formed San Diego Filmmakers to create a synergistic resource for filmmakers.
Another core conviction of San Diego Filmmakers is that art is best learned by sharing. Ourmeetings are held every second Tuesday of the month. We present high qualityguest speakers sharing insights, experience and passion for the Art of Filmmaking.
A typical meeting will host a wide range of participants from young students brought by parents, to experienced industry veterans.
Our meetings also provide an opportunity for local filmmakers to share insight, engagein meaningful dialogue about critical issues and form collaborative connections. Time isprovided before and after our sessions to compare notes on projects and core subjectmatter. Here attendees can learn more about who can help facilitate their projects or find projects where they can learn or practice a skill.
Visitwww.sdfilmmakers.orgfor more information.
San Diego Filmmakers connects with over 4,000 industry veterans and enthusiasts and is dedicated to celebrating and elevating the art of filmmaking.
For more information
Vice President, San Diego Filmmakers