Race, Authorship and Authenticity within the Film Industry at SVA Theatre

04/19/13 2:30 PM 333 West 23rd Street Map
(646) 502-5296

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Join film industry professional for a dynamic debate on race, authorship and authenticity in today’s film industry at “Look Who’s Talking,” part of the “Tribeca Talks: Industry” panel series on Friday, April 19 at 2:30 PM at SVA Theater 2, located at 333 W 23rd Street (between 8th Avenue and 9th Avenue), Manhattan. Narrative films featuring a diversity of characters on screen are finding increased success, yet there is a marked lack of diversity behind the camera. Panelists will include critic and filmmaker Nelson George, writer/director Tambay Obenson, producer and president/CEO of Braven Films Frida Torresblanco and filmmaker Terrance Nance.

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