It’s the return of the SuperMeets – the ultimate event for creatives to foster community, interaction, fresh ideas, decisive collaboration, and empowerment. SuperMeets are now in production and management under a new, joint venture between Daniel Bérubé (SuperMeet, LLC) and Future Media Conferences (FMC).
First SuperMeet offering will be the Boston SuperMeetUp! to take place Friday, November 15, 2019, co-located with the Keyframes Conference in the Empire Ballroom at the Boston Courtyard Downtown Hotel at 275 Tremont Street.
This SuperMeetUp! is an inclusive event that promotes face-to-face time with New England’s diverse community of established production and post-production professionals, independent and student filmmakers/digital media creatives. It provides the opportunity to not only learn about the latest technology trends, but to network and share industry news and opportunities in a social setting that is both educational, exciting and fun!
$10 Industry/General Admission* | $5 Students/Faculty w/ ID*
*Includes 2 raffle tickets per person | Comp Light Food & Cash Bar
Goodie Bag featuring Pro Sound Effects downloads & more
Extra Raffle Tickets $2 per ticket or 3 for $5
Join Maine Film Association members, Maine filmmakers, film professionals and students, and members of the League of Maine Podcasters for a casual networking happy hour at SoPoCo.Works, home of Sputnik Animation.
WHEN: Thursday, December 5, 5:30 – 7:30 pm
WHERE: SoPoCo.Works, 1486 Broadway, South Portland
COST: FREE– please bring donations for refreshments!
Provincetown Film Society Proudly Presents DIFFERENT FROM THE OTHERS
A special screening of the landmark silent film with original live accompaniment by Provincetown musician Billy Hough and Grammy winning tenor Jason McStoots with ensemble.
To commemorate the 100th anniversary of the earliest surviving feature film about LGBT people, the Provincetown Film Society presents a special screening of the recently restored DIFFERENT
FROM THE OTHERS.
Once feared lost, it’s believed to be the only gay-themed movie from Germany’s progressive Weimar era that survived destruction after Hitler took power. The film tells a compelling story of secrecy and oppression that continues to play out in today’s world. The film stars Conrad Veidt (Major Strasser in Casablanca) as Paul Körner, a violinist whose romance with a talented male student is thwarted when a blackmailer threatens to expose the relationship and Körner’s homosexuality, then a crime under Germany’s notorious Paragraph 175.
AFTER-SHOW VOCAL SET with BILLY HOUGH!
FILM Q&A • RAFFLE • TASTINGS • LIBATIONS