Mon, 24 October 2011
VIBE AND VEGAS SHOW: PANEL DISCUSSION AT 2011 TIFF "SOCIAL ISSUES FILMS - GETTING THEM MADE AND SEEN"
One of the highlights of our year was attending the panel discussion "Social Issue Films: Getting Them Made & Seen" on September 10, 2011 at The Toronto Film Festival. The panelist were: Bill Duke - Moderator (Director of the movie "Dark Girls"), Jason Keller (Screenwriter "Machine Gun Preacher"), Branwen Okpako (Director "The Education Of Auma Obama") and Maggie Peren (Director - "Color Of The Ocean"). The panel is introduced by Brickson Diamond of The Brickhouse Foundation. During the discussion, each of the panelist talk and share about various subjects including why do they do social issue films, their challenges in making social issue films and how do they overcome them. We would like to thank each of the panelists, the Toronto International Film Festival and the Blackhouse Foundation for making this event happen.
Direct download: Vibeandvegas-VIBEANDVEGASSHOWPANELDISCUSSIONAT2011TIFFSOCIALISSUES909.mp3
Category:Citizen Journalism -- posted at: 3:42pm EDT