Tuesday, May 6, 2008

New panelists added to Miami feature filmmaking breakfast panel Tuesday May 13!‏

This month’s breakfast panel focuses on the challenges and pitfalls that filmmakers face in attempting to bring narrative fiction feature films to the screen, particularly here in Miami.

Join us on Tuesday, May 13 at 8:30 am for.........

Development Heaven and Hell

moderated by Rene Rodriguez, long-time Miami Herald film critic

and featuring

Alex Pereira and Juan Santiago Rodriguez, producers of the new fiction feature film about a couple’s harrowing journey from Colombia to the U.S., “Paraiso Travel,” which screened at last month’s Tribeca Film Festival

Harriette Yahr, filmmaker and writer, whose previous short film “Baker’s Men” has aired on the Sundance Channel, works in acquisitions for Seventh Art Releasing and is currently developing two feature film projects

Juan Carlos Zaldivar, director of the acclaimed documentary feature “90 Miles,” which aired nationally on PBS, is a Sundance Film Institute Fellow, and is now working on his first narrative feature

Andrei Zinca, award-winning director and producer for many Spanish and English-language television programs, now producing his first feature film from his own original screenplay, “Puzzle for a Blind Man”

Additional surprise guests!

Miami Beach Cinematheque, 512 Española Way, Miami Beach (one block west of Washington Avenue, between 15th and 14th Streets)

Doors open at 8:15 am for coffee and bagels and networking.

On-street metered parking available, as well as public garages on 16th Street between Washington and Collins just three blocks away.

The Entertainment Industry Incubator will be launching new initiatives over the next year designed to provide targeted, practical support for independent filmmaking in South Florida. Watch this space during the next few months for announcements about these programs and how you can participate in them!

The Entertainment Industry Incubator, Inc. is a Florida not-for-profit 501(c)(3) organization celebrating its 10th year dedicated to furthering the growth of local entertainment based businesses, organizations and individuals. The Incubator can be a fiscal agent and is a facilitator and clearinghouse for information and resources in order to help promote development of local talent for artistic and economic gain.

Entertainment Industry Incubator
1521 Alton Rd., #79, Miami Beach, FL 33139

(305) 672-929 www.eincubator.org

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