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San Diego Independent Filmmakers Mixer and Pitchfest Friday, September 21, Four Points Sheraton off Aero Drive

SD Film Mixer

Reported by Katherine Sweetman

The San Diego Student Film Festival and San Diego Independent Filmmakers Consortium invite local filmmakers and interested parties to attend the first San Diego Pitchfests and 

Mixer, Friday, September 21, from 7-9, at the Four Points Sheraton, 8110 Aero Drive San Diego, CA 92123

Are you an producer, actor, director of photography, sound engineer, director, photographer, writer, production designer, costume designer, makeup artist, motion graphics artist, SFX artist, graphic designer, colorist, sound/score designer, or do you have other skills that film producers need? Do you have a film project you need help with? If you answered yes to any of these questions, this is the event for you!

Get involved in local independent film productions and join the San Diego Independent Film Consortium (SDIFC) and the San Diego Student Film Festival (SDSFF) for the inaugural kick off our first pitch fest and mixer.

This event is open to all that participate in the film making process, as well as those involved in distribution, finance, and academia. Even if you are just trying to figure out how to break into the business, this event is for you!

Our initial goals are to unite and organize the local film-making community, create opportunities for collaborationon projects and increase the quantity and quality of films being produced in and around San Diego. Our long term goals are to increase funding, employment and distribution opportunities for local filmmakers.

Mixer:
The mixer is an exceptional networking opportunity. We encourage each filmmaker/actor, etc., to bring headshots, contact cards, screeners, reels, links to work, writing samples, and/or any other information that you would like to distribute to the various participants. The mixer will provide a relaxed atmosphere with cocktail service available through the hotel.

Pitchfest:
You can apply to do a two-minute speaking pitch (space limited). Local producers and scriptwriters will be given two minutes each to pitch their script or their current production to the participants. There will be specific guidelines and a strict time limit. Those who are pitching will need tostate what types of skills/cast/crew they are specifically looking for. You can apply for current or upcoming (October) two-minute pitch positions. Video and written pitch submissions are also being accepted:

Online pitchfest form:

By pitching your project at the SDSFF and SDIFC mixer, you can not only find cast and crew to make it happen, but you can get help with marketing and screening your final film while also getting access to a community of, filmmakers and potential collaborators who want to see you succeed.

When:
September 21, 2012, 7-9PM
7-730 Registration
730-8 Sponsors, Presenters and Pitchfest
8-9:00 Mixer

Where:
Four Points Sheraton,
8110 Aero Drive San Diego,
CA 92123
Conveniently located right off the freeway in Kearny Mesa with free parking.

Cost:
Suggested $5 donation

About The San Diego Student Film Festival:
Founded in 2012 by students at San Diego City College, the San Diego Student Film Festival serves as an open forum for local student film making.The goal of the festival is to provide an annual forum that supports San
Diego’s student filmmakers and to nurture a community of media makers that identify themselves with our region and its stories.  The festival is the only one of it’s kind in San Diego that is focused on supporting local students and offers cash prizes for winning submissions in four categories.  Acting as a quality venue for student work, the festival transforms San Diego City College into a celebration of film. The San Diego Student Film Festival creates invaluable opportunities for student filmmakers to learn from each other and from well-established industry professionals. The festival features keynote speeches and screenings.

About San Diego Independent Filmmakers Consortium:
“Working to Support and Promote San Diego’s Independent Filmmaking Community!”
The San Diego Independent Filmmakers Consortium (SDIFC) is a cooperative effort comprised of local filmmakers working together to promote and advance filmmaking in San Diego. We are a volunteer driven
organization committed to developing a an effective network that provides assistance and support to aspiring local filmmakers as they develop their craft.

Contact:
Jodi Cilley
619-540-8994

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