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Join WIFVNE At Mass Media Expo

By Charlotte Robinson, October 30, 2019
Women In Film & Video New England will be one of the 34 exhibitors at the Mass Media Expo, Boston's premier annual film & media conference on Saturday November 2nd at WGBH Studios in Boston, MA from 10:30A to 6P. The event features keynote panels & talks with industry leaders in film & series production, digital content & marketing. This year’s keynote speakers are Jeff Rosica. CEO of AVID, Hope Hall Senior Advisor for Video at Warren for President & Lubomir Madolev, Supervising Producer, Mustache Agency. The Expo conference & talks are held in 4,000 sq ft of industry exhibitions from the latest camera & lighting technology to media startups & educational resources & immersive media experiences. The Expo also showcases short film programs curated by Independent Film Festival Boston. Get ready to network with over 500 industry members throughout the day providing a unique opportunity for industry professionals to connect & experience the latest trends & movements in the industry. Join WIFVNE today & get 30% off general admission passes. WIFVNE was founded in 1981 by eleven women all Boston-based media professionals that came together to form the New England chapter of Women in Film. WIFVNE is a member of an umbrella group of Women in Film & Television International (WIFTI) with a global network comprised of some 44 Women in Film chapters worldwide and more than 13,000 members dedicated to advancing professional development and achievement for women working in all areas of film, video and other screen-based media.  In this exclusive podcast Alecia Orsini, President of WIFVNE talks about what this relevant organization hopes to accomplish to advance women in the film industry. LISTEN:
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