In front of and behind the camera.
Greater Philadelphia Film Office
Filmmakers @ The Prince
Co-Sponsored by SAG-AFTRA Philadelphia Local
Find out how you, as a filmmaker or an actor, can benefit from the SAG-AFTRA diversity initiatives.
Guests: Adam Moore, SAG-AFTRA National Director – EEO/Diversity
Lynn Koenigsberg, SAG-AFTRA Business Representative, Philadelphia Local
Nakia Dillard, Actor/Director
Lyman Chen, Actor
Robin Rieger, Actor
Moderator: Amira Smith
Introduction by John Wooten, Co-Vice Chair, SAG-AFTRA National Ethnic Employment Opportunity Committee
When: 6:30-8 p.m., Tuesday, April 5
Where: Black Box Theater at Prince Theater
1412 Chestnut Street
Philadelphia, PA 19102
Join us for Diversity Matters as we delve into how inclusive filmmaking not only reflects the makeup of our society, but will help save you money as a filmmaker! We will explore the newest SAG-AFTRA initiatives for filmmakers of all budgets to ensure diversity happens in front of and behind the cameras!
Our featured guests will provide insights into their experiences with SAG-AFTRA in creating their film, from script to screen. SAG-AFTRA Diversity Initiative and Diversity in Casting incentive encourage inclusion, better roles, and diverse voices in the storytelling process by implementing financial incentives around the process so all can benefit. We will discuss the changing barriers to entry for content creators and how SAGindie offers independent filmmakers assistance as well.
FREE ADMISSION - RSVP at http://gpfo.ticketleap.com/diversity/
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