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Tribeca Film Festival 2011: Tribeca Talks Industry

Documentaries are more popular than ever. Today they are being watched on every platform and networks are filling up their slots with a wide array of topics to meet with the demands of a growing audience.

Hear from: 

  • Jackie Glover, VP of HBO Documentary Films;
  • Anna Miralis, Editor, True Stories, Channel 4 Documentaries;
  • Connor Schell, Executive Producer, ESPN Films;
  • Bob DeBitetto,President and General Manager, A&E Network and BIO Channel;
  • and Stephen Segaller, VP of Programming, WNET, as they discuss the type of films they’re drawn to and thoughts on where this genre is headed.

Moderated by producer John Battsek.

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Date/Time: Saturday – April 23rd @ 2:30 pm

Location: the SVA Theatre 2 Beatrice.  

Cost is Free.


DC Film Salon: Post Production

Wednesday, April 20, 2011 from 6:00 PM – 9:00 PM (ET)

Gibson Guitar
709 G Street NW
Washington, DC 20001

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DC Film Salon: Post Production
Planning for post production can be daunting. After all, how do you plan for something before you’ve even shot any footage? Please join us on Wednesday April 20th as we bring together a panel of independent film and video professionals to share their expertise on editing, sound mixing and special effects.Speakers include Becky Varni, Bottom Floor Studios and Arlington Independent Media and Zhibo Lai, Reel Light Films
6:00 Networking Hour
7:00 Panel discussion followed by Q&A
Speakers:
Becky Varnihas been working at Arlington Independent Media since 2007. She produces Grip Kit, This Week at AIM, and The Other Sports Show. Becky also does equipment/data management and teaches sections for all of AIM’s production workshops. Becky graduated from George Mason University in 2008 from Comm and FAVS. Beyond AIM, Becky teaches Comm 355 at GMU, functions as a freelance editor and is part of a DC independent film collective working on all kinds of indie video projects year round.Zhibo Lai is a DC area filmmaker turned visual effects artist. He obtained his training at fxphd, an online VFX school taught by industry professional. His specialties include compositing,object removal, green screen, and 2D/3D tracking.
The DC Film Salon is a FREE monthly networking opportunity for film and video professionals. Please register to help us better prepare for the event.

LOCATION

National Building Museum 

401 F Street NW

Washington, DC, 20001

See map: Google Maps

January 26, 2011
February 17, 2011
March 24, 2011
April 29, 2011

In its seventh season, one of the National Building Museum’s most popular public education forums culminates with four timely discussions about the state of sustainability in our nation. Each program features a panel of four speakers who discuss the following issues with each other and the audience. For those who cannot attend the program in person, the Museum will be tweeting live from the events and taking question submissions via Facebook and Twitter.
Inspired by Nature: Taking a cue from the natural world, architects, builders, and engineers can create a greener, stronger, and more sustainable built environment.

Panelists discuss nature, plastic, preservation, and passive houses during new season of For the Greener Good. Participants include:
Susan Szenasy, editor-in-chief, Metropolis
Blaine Brownell, assistant professor, University of Minnesota School of Architecture
Eleni Reed, chief greening officer, Public Buildings Service, U.S. General Services Administration
Richard King, director of the Solar Decathlon, U.S. Department of Energy

Life After Plastic: As a petroleum based product, many believe that as the price of oil rises, the cost of plastic building materials will rise. What is the future of alternate products for the construction industry?
Historic Preservation vs. Sustainability: The greenest buildings are the ones that are already built. But how does a community balance the historic fabric of vernacular architecture with greener buildings? Can’t we have both?
Passive House: What if the only heat for your home was the occupants’ body warmth? These tightly sealed buildings are being constructed across Europe. Is this the future of American housing

Inspired by Nature: Wednesday, January 26
Life After Plastic: Thursday, February 17
Historic Preservation vs. Sustainability: Thursday, March 24
Passive House: Thursday, April 29

Fee:
$12 Museum members; $20 public; Free for students and journalists with valid ID. Prepaid registration required. Walk-in registration based on availability.

CONTACT INFORMATION

401 F Street, NW

Washington, DC, 20001

Phone: 202-272-2448

As a petroleum based product, many believe that as the price of oil rises, the cost of plastic building materials will rise. What is the future of alternate products for the construction industry?

A discussion with:
Blaine Brownell, Assistant Professor, University of Minnesota School of Architecture
Jay Bolus, VP of Technical Operations, MBDC
Lance Hosey, President and CEO, GreenBlue (moderator)
Robert Peoples, Ph.D.,Director of the ACS Green Chemistry Institute®

For the Greener Good lecture series is presented by the Home Depot Foundation.

http://www.nbm.org/programs-lectures/programs/2011-programs/february-2011/life-after-plastic.html

Continuing Education Credits1.5 LU HSW-SD (AIA) / 1.5 CE (GBCI)

 

Members: $12.00
Students: $FREE
Public: $20.00
Purchase Tickets
Special Instructions: Prepaid registration required. Walk-in registration based on availability.

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LOCATION

National Building Museum 

401 F Street NW

Washington, DC, 20001

See map: Google Maps

January 26, 2011
February 17, 2011
March 24, 2011
April 29, 2011

In its seventh season, one of the National Building Museum’s most popular public education forums culminates with four timely discussions about the state of sustainability in our nation. Each program features a panel of four speakers who discuss the following issues with each other and the audience. For those who cannot attend the program in person, the Museum will be tweeting live from the events and taking question submissions via Facebook and Twitter.
Inspired by Nature: Taking a cue from the natural world, architects, builders, and engineers can create a greener, stronger, and more sustainable built environment.

Panelists discuss nature, plastic, preservation, and passive houses during new season of For the Greener Good. Participants include:
Susan Szenasy, editor-in-chief, Metropolis
Blaine Brownell, assistant professor, University of Minnesota School of Architecture
Eleni Reed, chief greening officer, Public Buildings Service, U.S. General Services Administration
Richard King, director of the Solar Decathlon, U.S. Department of Energy

Life After Plastic: As a petroleum based product, many believe that as the price of oil rises, the cost of plastic building materials will rise. What is the future of alternate products for the construction industry?
Historic Preservation vs. Sustainability: The greenest buildings are the ones that are already built. But how does a community balance the historic fabric of vernacular architecture with greener buildings? Can’t we have both?
Passive House: What if the only heat for your home was the occupants’ body warmth? These tightly sealed buildings are being constructed across Europe. Is this the future of American housing

Inspired by Nature: Wednesday, January 26
Life After Plastic: Thursday, February 17
Historic Preservation vs. Sustainability: Thursday, March 24
Passive House: Thursday, April 29

Fee:
$12 Museum members; $20 public; Free for students and journalists with valid ID. Prepaid registration required. Walk-in registration based on availability.

CONTACT INFORMATION

401 F Street, NW

Washington, DC, 20001

Phone: 202-272-2448