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    Writing Film & TV

    A place for feedback and sharing.
    Led by Kay Luke, an uncredited professional Hollywood writer and member of tvwriters.org.
    "The best critic is another writer. They always find a flaw!"
    led by Kay Luke

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    PhotoPlus Expo 2017

    Event Details

    PhotoPlus Expo 2017: http://www.photoplusexpo.com/
    ...  more
    led by Kim Welch

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    360 VR Filmmakers

    There is no doubt that 360 VR has excited filmmakers around the world. Are you one of the early adopters? Is 360 something that you are thinking about getting into? Then this group is for you. We will share new products and new ideas.
    led by Al Caudullo

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    War Brides of Japan

    konnich-wa. this group is for anyone desiring to know more about the topic of Japanese war brides, Japanese women who married U.S. occupying military following WWII. we have a Facebook group as well as a Facebook fan page. while we don't expect a lot of activity here, we do hope you will help us finish this documentary (currently in post) through your ongoing encouragement. arrigatou gozaimasu.
    led by Yayoi Winfrey

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    Toronto Urban Film Festival

    Call For Entries: Submit your silent, one-minute film before June 1, 2015 and avoid the $20 entry fee. Final deadline: June 30, 2015.



    Take part in North America’s largest commuter film festival! The 9th annual Toronto Urban Film Festival (TUFF) returns to subway screens across Toronto from September 12 to 20, 2015.



    TUFF accepts all genres of silent, 60-second film, video, and animation of interest to an urban audience. Films screen at 5-minute intervals on 300 digital platform screens across the Toronto subway syst...  more

    Call For Entries: Submit your silent, one-minute film before June 1, 2015 and avoid the $20 entry fee. Final deadline: June 30, 2015.



    Take part in North America’s largest commuter film festival! The 9th annual Toronto Urban Film Festival (TUFF) returns to subway screens across Toronto from September 12 to 20, 2015.



    TUFF accepts all genres of silent, 60-second film, video, and animation of interest to an urban audience. Films screen at 5-minute intervals on 300 digital platform screens across the Toronto subway system and non-stop at a special "Film Zone" station downtown. The audience includes over one million commuters who take the Toronto subway daily.

     
    led by Anna-Lea Boeki

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    fivepartharmony

    five part har·mo·ny   [fahyv pahrt hahr-muh-nee]



    noun, plural five part har·mo·nies. more

    five part har·mo·ny   [fahyv pahrt hahr-muh-nee]



    noun, plural five part har·mo·nies. 




    1. audio-visual company in Scotland.

    2. enthusiastic videographers of music, theatre, dance and community/private events.

    3. lyric from Arlo Guthrie's Alice's Restaurant.



    At fiv...    less

    led by Stefanie Damm

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    Brigid Mhairi

    <p><span style="color: #141823; font-family: helvetica, arial, 'lucida grande', sans-serif; font-size: 14px;">I am heavily into music in general and love live performance. Never happiest than when singing I find the thrill of working </span><span class="text_exposed_show" style="display: inline; color: #141823; font-family: helvetica, arial, 'lucida grande', sans-serif; font-size: 14px;">with live musicians the best. The thump of the kick drum or the bass-line from my bass gu...  more
    led by Stefanie Damm

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    Worldwide Experimental Filmmakers

    <p>We look towards the hypnotic sensations of the future rather than the cliches of the past. </p>
    led by Felipe Herrera

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    Queens World Film Festival

    A Film Festival dedicated to screening independent film from around the world and around the corner. 



    This year, QWFF turns 5 and will open at the Museum of the Moving Image on March 17 and then will roll out to 2 more venues for 5 days, 4 screens and 116 days of international films representing 30 nations. 



    Three notable events are:



    March 17, 2015 QWFF 5 Opening Night at Museum of the Moving Imag...  more

    A Film Festival dedicated to screening independent film from around the world and around the corner. 



    This year, QWFF turns 5 and will open at the Museum of the Moving Image on March 17 and then will roll out to 2 more venues for 5 days, 4 screens and 116 days of international films representing 30 nations. 



    Three notable events are:



    March 17, 2015 QWFF 5 Opening Night at Museum of the Moving Image with Special Guests, QWFF 5 Sampler and a screening of Don Hertzfeld's World of Tomorrow, fresh off his Sundance Grand Jury Award  http://www.queensworldfilmfestival.com/events/2015/world_of_tomorrow/ 



    March 18, 2015 A Tribute to IndieCollect: Azucar Amarga (Bitter Sugar) followed by a  Q&A with Direcgtor Leon Ichaso. http://...    less
    led by Katha Cato