Tuesday, April 23, 2013

NALIP-NY, Tío Louie and HOLA present the Prime Latino Media Salon (April 2013)


invite you to attend the


a monthly series for Latino multimedia-makers & actors in
the metropolitan New York area

A forum for Latinos and their supporters to connect and sustain one another in English- and Spanish-language media, as well as feature a conversation with a speaker, screening or panel discussion.

Thursday, April 25, 2013 from 5-7:30pm
Alternatives & Channels for English- and Spanish-Language Multimedia

A number of Latino multimedia-makers make projects with their own money from inception to completion to accolades and then can't find a home for it through television or theatrical distribution. What alternative strategies should be adopted to gain some return on an investment? At what stage in project development should distribution be addressed?

Louis E. Perego Moreno (Tío Louie)

President, Skyline Features

Cheryl Furjanic
Award-winning filmmaker of documentary and fiction films

 Carlos A. Gutiérrez
Co-founding director of Cinema Tropical,
premier presenter of Latin American cinema in the USA

Rachel Lears
Filmmaker & freelance shooter, producer and editor

Mitch Teplitsky
Independent producer & marketing consultant
5pm: Arrival & Networking
5:30-7pm: Panel Discussion
7pm: Networking & Wine Reception

Go to http://primelatinomedia.eventbrite.com to reserve your spot.

For more information (including bios for
the panelists and moderator), click here.

Venue & Location
New York University
Department of Social & Cultural Analysis
Latino Studies Program

20 Cooper Square (at East 5th Street), 4th Floor (The Flex Space), NYC

(6 train to Astor Place, N or R to 8 Street-NYU;
M101/M102/M103/M8 buses)

To become a member of NALIP, click here.
To become a member of HOLA, click here.
To know more about United Latino Professionals, click here.

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