With all the professional productions in town, B-ing Indie should be getting easier, but in many ways, it's getting harder. Indie crews have moved onto union work, and indie-minded production folks are just too busy to help everyone. Production services companies are popping up left and right offering to save the day. But at what price? If you don't know any better, you could spend all your money making them richer, leaving you without much hope of getting your film made. Everyday, I get dozens of emails asking for meetings and advice, but I can't meet with everyone individually. And I see the same questions and concerns coming from indie productions as well as newbies to the industry. Want your questions answered? Here's your chance to get some "one on one" time. "Ask Me Anything". I'll do my best to answer your questions and more!
Linda Burns produces and production supervises national commercials, industrials, TV shows and promos, as well as indie features, two of which premiered and sold out at Sundance. She runs the PA Academy, develops local writers with her D-Girl Project, sits on the executive boards of GPP and the Atlanta Film Festival, and is a charter member of the Producers Guild of America - Atlanta Chapter.
As always, we will be meeting in the North Avenue Room of Manuel's Tavern. Entering from the front, take an immediate right head through the back bar, passing under the falcons flag.
Eat, Drink, & B-Indie is proudly presented by Stella Artois. The first 50 (age appropriate) attendees to tonight's event will be given a drink ticket good for one free Stella, on us.