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SAG Low Budget Agreements, Microsoft Game Tech, World Science Fiction Convention, Top August DatesViews: 970
Aug 07, 2006 7:23 pmSAG Low Budget Agreements, Microsoft Game Tech, World Science Fiction Convention, Top August Dates#

Paul Mitchell
Here's an abbreviated list of some of the month's upcoming networking and learning events focused on the media and moving image industries. The 58th Annual Los Angeles Area Emmy Awards, limited to Los Angeles area TV stations, will be presented on August 12 in Los Angeles. Authors Rona Edwards and Monika Skerbelis discuss the 3 minute pitch versus the 15 minute pitch and sign their book at "The Many Ways To Pitch" book signing event, August 12 in Los Angeles. For those involved in low-budget film projects, SAG Theatrical Business Representatives will walk you through signing SAG Low Budget Agreements from start to finish, on August 14. There are meetings in Los Angeles and New York that are held the second Thursday of every month. Discover how the business of creating and distributing games is maturing and how the set of Microsoft tools and technologies can help prepare you, your titles for this lucrative field at the "Gamefest: Microsoft Game Technology Conference" happening in Seattle August 14-15. "Building Blocks 2006" is an event in San Jose addressing emerging communication technologies as transforming entertainment, communication technologies and the global communications network, running August 15-17. At the "Bandwidth Music and Technology Conference" in San Francisco, opening August 18 for two days, professionals in the music and technology industries explore current issues as well as future trends through panels, speakers, one-on-one networking. For "Music For the Screen..." Todd and Jeff Brabec explain the deals for songs and scores in feature films and television series, and the money that can be made both during a session taking place in New York City on August 20. The World Science Fiction Convention, which only gets to the Southern California area once every 10 years or so, arrives in Los Angeles from August 23-27 with usual convention programming in addition to a special 40th anniversary celebration of Star Trek with actors, writers, and behind-the-scenes technicians from all of the incarnations of the series. BMI conducts a "Star In You Seminar" on August 29, in New York City, which will then be followed by a live performance.

The above events are only a sampling of what is listed. Many of the events above have a submission process for indie and/or performing artists to take part in. Complete details are on the "Media, Entertainment and Performing Arts Industry News and Events" page at http://www.actorschecklist.com/news.html.

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