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October Montreal Film Group Event

This was posted on Montreal Film Group’s website so I thought I would repost the info for Super U members in the Montreal area in case you haven’t heard about this interesting event: 

What: Mingle and network with emerging filmmakers and musicians, find a partner to apply to Making Music 3 or just come and learn more about the programAn excellent way to get MM3 info before the project’s submission deadline on November 10th.

Date & Time: Thursday, October 30th, 2008, 7:00pm – 9:30pm
Location: Le Centre St-Ambroise
Address: 
5080 St-Ambroise (in St-Henri)
Cost: 
Free!

Description: 
MM3 from A-Z! Come and make your short experimental film with the NFB! Are you a filmmaker or a musician? Do you have some experience making films or music? Are you ready to collaborate, think outside the box, unleash your creativity and redefine what films about music are supposed to be? Then check out Making Music 3! Visit the MM3 Facebook Group “Making music with the NFB” and come to MM3 from A-Z an event presented in association with the MFG on Thursday, October 30th at le Centre St-Ambroise (5080 St-Ambroise), 7pm – 9:30pm. Come meet local emerging musicians and filmmakers! Network with other artists, watch some previous ‘Making Music’ films and meet the NFB staff. It’s an evening of mingling and talking about Making Music (and making films!). If you couldn’t make it to Jem Cohen’s master class at Pop Montreal, then you can’t miss MM3 from A-Z. Don’t have a partner to apply to Making Music yet? Simply bring your business card and samples of your work and we’ll help you find a match! 

More info on MM3, project submission deadline and the Oct. 30 Event.

Presented by the NFB in partnership with Pop Montreal and in association with Third Side Music, The Montreal Film Group and CKUT.

To help you network and share your work with others on Oct. 30th, the NFB has come up with a little plan, they write:

“We’d like to compile a list of filmmakers and musicians with contact info and descriptions of the kind of work you do and give it out to everyone who comes that night… that way people can go home and explore the work of so many wonderful local artists… Also, we’d like to compile a playlist with .mp3s and burn it on a Audio CD to give out for free that night so that people can, again, go home and listen to your work… sounds good? If so, here’s what we’d need from you:

IF YOU ARE A FILMMAKER
Send an email to m.forero@nfb.ca by Monday October 21st including the following:

NAME:
EMAIL:
PHONE NUMBER:
HYPERLINK (SuperU, Website, etc.)— 1 only please!
WORK: 3 words that define the kind of work you do—only 3 words!

IF YOU ARE A MUSICIAN
Send an email to m.forero@nfb.ca by Monday October 21st including the following:

NAME:
EMAIL:
PHONE NUMBER:
HYPERLINK (YouTube, Website, etc.)— 1 only please!
WORK: 3 words that define the kind of work you do—only 3 words!
MP3: Send one .mp3 file named in the following way: ArtistName_SongName.mp3

Please note that if you send the .mp3 file you are agreeing to letting the NFB put it in a Making Music 3 CD that will be distributed for free only during the event on October 30th. About 200 copies will be made.

Now, if you do not want to be on those lists or on the CD, that’s ok… we still want to meet you so come out on October 30th! Find out more about the program, watch a couple of previous “Making Music” films and network, network, network!

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