This year’s Industry Series offers 4 free sessions to the public, including the wildly entertaining So You Think You Can Pitch? Finale…
This year’s Industry Series offers 4 free sessions ranging from an intimate session with South Korean Director Yang Ik-June to the raucous and wildly entertaining So You Think You Can Pitch? Finale. Join us for the following – no pass or ticket required!
Tuesday Nov. 10th, 6-8PM : Destiny, Politics And Economic Imbalances
Visiting Thai filmmaker Uruphong Raksasad (Agrarian Utopia) and documentary filmmaker Lixin Fan (Last Train Home) discuss the role of film in understanding emerging social and cultural changes in East and Southeast Asia. In partnership with the The Asian Institute at the Munk Centre, University of Toronto.
Saturday Nov. 14th, 11:30AM-1:30PM : So You Think You Can Pitch? Live Finale
Six finalist teams pitch their projects to a jury of industry experts, and vie for their chance to win over $28,000 worth of production, post services and artist’s fees at Charles Street Video and the opportunity to screen their work at the 2010 Reel Asian Film Festival. Click here for a preview of this year’s Pitch Contest!
Saturday Nov. 14th, 5-7PM : Auteurship With Yang Ik-June
South Korean director Yang Ik-June shares his experiences making Breathless, the award-winning film that he wrote, directed, and starred in.
Sunday Nov. 15th, 1-3PM : Speaking The Language Of Music
Learn the delicate art of composing music for film with the director-composers team from Keith Lock’s The Ache.