Bloomington’s Indiana Filmmaker Network Meeting Tuesday Night

Posted: September 27, 2011 by IUsec in Announcements, Student groups

WRITE LIKE ARTISTS/USE COMMERCIAL THINKING:  What is the impact of R.O.I. on P.O.V.?

The Indiana Filmmakers Network of Bloomington will meet Sept 27 at the IU Innovation Center at 10th & the Bypass at 7:00 p.m.  That’s Tuesday. This week’s topic is:

WRITE LIKE ARTISTS/USE COMMERCIAL THINKING

What impact does the need to be marketed limit the creative development of an entertainment story, often in a positive way?  The concept of “Write like an Artist / Leverage Commercial Elements,” will be explored as situated in the current culture of the market using upcoming films for analysis.*

The IFN-Bloomington is the local branch of a statewide networking group to increase awareness of people with skillsets to work on productions.  Actresses, actors, engineers, editors, stunt people, special effects people, directors, writers, composers, playwrights, costumers, and carpenters are welcome.*

Each meeting begins with introductions and has a talk with professional offering insight for about an hour. The meeting then opens into a networking open-house for an hour afterward. There is already a good concrete history of people meeting for the IFN and we look to increase that

Here is the facebook website:

https://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=153360954738435

And the Bloomington-IFN webpage:

http://ifnbloomington.blogspot.com/

* Sean Connolly has  taught Screenwriting and 3D Storytelling for IU and just returned from a meet & greet tour of Los Angeles. He’s a  development exec behind Bloomington’s newest feature film NATHAN & THE LUTHIER (recently accepted to the 2011 Heartland Film Festival in Indiana) and he’s kinda sorta obsessed with his garden.

http://nathanandtheluthier.com/

http://www.indiana.edu/~telecom/people/grads/seaconno.shtml

http://www.3d-techsummit.com/

* And everyone else. That’s Tuesday. IFN-Bloomington meets on the last Tuesday of every month at 7:00 in the IU Innovation Center. Plenty of parking and the 6 and 9 buses drop off just nearby 10th&the Bypass.

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