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Careers in Film Summit
Join the Academy on Saturday, October 17, as we partner with Overbrook Entertainment and President Obama’s My Brother’s Keeper Initiative for our first Careers in Film Summit. The daylong event will provide students from the Los Angeles and Compton Unified School Districts and the local community the opportunity to learn about careers in the motion picture industry, as well as hear from working professionals about the skills, education and hard work required to achieve their dreams.
The summit will feature six panels of Academy members and filmmakers who will discuss their professions, as well as the paths they took to achieve a successful career. The moderators and panelists will help students identify key knowledge areas, skills and competencies that are essential for specific jobs. Students will be able to participate in Q&A sessions at the end of each panel.
Panelists will represent a wide variety of film industry jobs, including cinematography, composing, sound design, film editing, special effects makeup, visual effects, public relations, marketing and costume design. Clips from feature films – chosen by the panelists to highlight significant work – will illustrate the talks.
The summit will be open to high school students in their junior or senior year; students in their first year of college or vocational training; and students up to age 21 who are associated with community organizations. Tickets are free but are required, and can be obtained through the Academy’s website at www.oscars.org, starting Monday, September 28.
October 17, 2015, from 9 a.m to 5:30 p.m.
(Lunch will be provided)
Samuel Goldwyn Theater
8949 Wilshire Blvd.
Beverly Hills, CA 90211