Visions & Voices
Celebrating its 10th anniversary, Visions & Voices initiative is USC's commitment to interdisciplinary approaches. The initiative features an array of events organized by faculty and schools. With presentations by critically acclaimed artists and distinguished speakers, the series features theatrical productions, music and dance performances, film screenings, lectures, and workshops.
LADIES FIRST: Rising Women in Entertainment Panel Series
USC's Women of Cinematic Arts presents LADIES FIRST: Rising Women in Entertainment Panel Series
What does it mean to be a rising woman in the industry? What type of content is shaping today's marketplace? Come hear directly from Hollywood's top studio executives, agents and rising women in entertainment! Industry professionals will share their insight from the female perspective in two panels that focus on what it takes to become rising successful agents and studio executives. The two sessions will also provide filmmakers and content creators with meaningful tips for selling their work in the current marketplace.
DATE: Sunday, May 4th, 2014
SCHEDULE OF EVENTS: ***You must register for each panel SEPARATELY.***
1-2:30 PM - Studio Executives Panel Moderated by Chantal Nong - Vice President of Production, Warner Bros. Pictures
RSVP here: http://www.eventbrite.com/e/uscs-women-of-cinematic-arts-presents-ladies-first-rising-women-in-entertainment-panel-series-tickets-11147332973
2:45-4:15 PM - Agency panel Moderated by JP Evans - Motion Picture Literary Agent, Creative Artists Agency
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LOCATION: USC School of Cinematic Arts Complex SCA Room 108 (George Lucas Building) 900 W 34th St. Los Angeles, CA 90007
PARKING INFORMATION: Metered and street parking on Figueroa, Jefferson, Virgil and Vermont.
Or park on campus ($10): http://transnet.usc.edu/guest_services/hours.aspx
PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION: Take the bus or the Metro Expo line to USC (Jefferson/USC stop). http://www.metro.net/
About Women of Cinematic Arts Women of Cinematic Arts (WCA) was founded by SCA students and alumnae in 2005 to increase cooperation among female classmates, and to address the specific challenges women face in the film, television and cinematic arts industries. With a membership base of over 900 women, WCA's outreach includes: monthly networking and professional development events in Los Angeles; WCA chapters in New York, Europe, Asia, and SF Bay; plus an active online community addressing career advice, job placement, cast/crew recommendations, and literary tracking.