Saturday, September 26, 2009

EVENT ALERT!!! The Rocky Mountain VID EXPO

The Rocky Mountain VidExpo 2009: From Concept to Completion, is just around the corner - October 21 & 22. Check out the schedule, as usual there are some really interesting presentations and workshops. It features over 150 manufacturer exhibits and free seminars, highlighting new methods of concept development, content creation, production techniques and a variety of delivery mediums. The event is the largest gathering of film, video, broadcast, and digital media, professionals in the Rocky Mountain Region.

Smart Tips for Success in the Film and Television Business
David Balsiger, Grizzly Adams Productions

Wednesday, Oct. 21  5:00 p.m.-6:00 p.m.
Location: Vail Room   Cost: Free

David Balsiger, Vice President of Marketing/Senior Producer with Grizzly Adams Productions, known for their Grizzly Adams TV Series. His multimillion-copy best selling books (co-authored with Charles E. Sellier) In Search of Noah’s Ark (Sunn) and The Lincoln Conspiracy (New American Library) have been made into major movies. Many of his other books have become television documentaries.
David will share his strategies for getting attention for new scripts, bringing them to production and finding distribution and delivery channels. He will explain opportunities for the future, including the explosion in 3D. Enjoy this rare opportunity to learn from someone who has been successful in all facets in the industry. A must attend event for anyone who has a creative idea and wants to see it carried from Concept to Completion!

Majority of the conference is free providing you register before October 15th.  Here is the VidExpo pricing breakdown:

Registration Package

Exhibits & Short Takes Seminars Pass
• Short Takes Seminars
• AIC Apple & Adobe Trainings
• Exhibit Hall
• Keynote Oct 21

Before Oct. 15

FREE in advance

After Oct. 15

$5.00 on site fee

Women in Production Luncheon Oct 21: The Secrets of Unscripted Television: How Reality Television is Changing the Production Landscape
Workshop: Social Media to Grow your Company
Workshop: Mixed Bag of Tricks