MPC JUNE MEETING
Thursday June 21st @ WGBH
• Admission: FREE for MPC Members
• Non-Member Event Admission: $25.00
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We are delighted to present a terrific MPC Meeting on Thursday, June 21st at the studios of WGBH. Join your fellow members of the film and media industry for a great night of presentations, networking, and cocktails. Tour the impressive studios at WGBH Boston and enjoy an early summer evening with informative presentations and stories behind the making of two outstanding Massachusetts productions.
6:00 - 7:00 PM: Networking, Drinks & Hors d'Oeuvres
7:00 - 9:00 PM: Meeting & Presentations
WGBH : 1 Guest Street. Boston, MA
MA Film Office: News & Report from AFCI
Lisa Strout, Director of the Massachusetts Film Office, will join us to report on updates from the MFO, things to come in the months ahead for the state's industry, and the AFCI Locations Show in Los Angeles.
Presentation from SAG-AFTRA
SAG-AFTRA Merger – the Screen Actors Guild and the American Federation of Television and Radio Artists have merged and are now one union: SAG-AFTRA. Find out what that means for current and future union production and for current and future union performers.
From Nothing, Something
A Documentary on the Creative Process
Directed by Tim Cawley, From Nothing, Something was produced in collaboration with numerous local talent including: Eran Lobel (Element Productions), Mark Hankey (Picture Park) and Geoff McAuliffe (Brickyard Filmworks). Recently premiering at IFF Boston, From Nothing, Something profiles creative thinkers across a variety of disciplines and finds common methods – straight from the brains of some of our culture’s most accomplished and inspiring talents. Featuring: Novelist - Tom Perrotta, Singer/Songwriter - Sara Quin (Tegan & Sara), Creature Designer - Neville Page, and many more. Visit online: http://fromnothingsomething.com/.
The Tin: (Show in Development)
Writer/Director Maureen Foley (Home Before Dark, American Wake) and Actor/Writer Billy Smith (The Departed, Brotherhood, Boardwalk Empire) - have collaborated to develop The Tin for television. In a Boston-based police series, we follow members of the heavily Irish-American Police Department into the strikingly varied corners of today’s Boston and its surrounding cities and towns.