The TriFilm Society, in collaboration with Longleaf Film Festival, is hosting a panel discussion on sustaining a career in film and video making. The panel discussion will be on Saturday, February 3rd, 2018, in downtown Raleigh, N.C., at the N.C. Museum of History, which is home to Longleaf Film Festival.
Advance registration is required. Tickets are $25 for guests and free for members of the TriFilm Society. (Members, we’ll send registration directions closer to the event. Stay tuned via email.)
Get your tickets and invite a friend to meet you there: trifilmsustainability.eventbrite.com.
Who Should Attend
The panel is ideal for film and video makers who are interested in discussing ways to keep their work sustainable. The conversation is open to all crafts and experience levels, whether you’re a beginner or seasoned pro.
A list of panelists will be provided prior to the event.
- 9:00 am – Check-in / Networking
- 9:30 am – Panel Begins
- 10:30 am – Q&A
- 11:00 am – Networking
- 11:30 am – End of event
Want to keep the conversation going? Join us for lunch immediately following the panel discussion. We’ll announce the lunch location at the end of the discussion. Lunch is optional; attendees will pay for their own meals.
Traffic / Parking
Plan your trip! We want you to arrive calm and ready to make the most of your day. We rotate locations of our events throughout the Triangle to help attendees stretch outside their comfort zone, explore the area, and experience all the Triangle has to offer; however, the area is growing rapidly, which means traffic volume is steadily increasing.
Please give yourself an ample amount of time to reach the event, find parking, and check in. Look at travel estimates via GPS ahead of time, so you know what to expect. We want you to avoid frustrations and make the most of your day.
Four parking decks are located within two blocks of the N.C. Museum of History. Parking in the visitor’s lot behind the museum (with entrances on Jones and Edenton Streets) and along the street is free during the weekends.
About TriFilm Society
The TriFilm Society supports film and video makers in North Carolina’s Triangle region by providing resources, connections and opportunities. TriFilm has been hosting networking events to connect filmmakers since 2009. Learn more about membership, upcoming events, and opportunities at trifilmsociety.com. Follow TriFilm on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram.
Sign up for free email updates: trifilmsociety.com/email-list.
About Longleaf Film Festival
Longleaf Film Festival is a free-to-attend event that takes place each May in downtown Raleigh, N.C., at the N.C. Museum of History. The festival screens films that demonstrate a Tar Heel State connection, through the people involved in making them or through their subject. The North Carolina Museum of History serves as home base for Longleaf Film Festival, which celebrates the vibrant community of independent film in our state and beyond. We invite you to be part of Longleaf and help us share films in a place that tells the stories that connect us all.
Note: By attending this TriFilm Society event, you agree to appear in photos and videos that may be used in promotional materials without prior notice.