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Five Virtual Events in the "A" Week of May 25-30

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May 27

Catapult Acting presents Virtual Free Seminar | How to Launch your Child’s Acting Career

“Instructed by Atlanta’s number #1 coach for actors Erik Lingvall. In this free 2- hour seminar parents will learn: How to get an Agent, How to get QUALITY auditions, How the Casting Process works, What you need to get started the RIGHT WAY and so much more!”

For more information check out the event on Facebook.

May 28

Film Impact Georgia presents Ask a Pro Anything Featuring Director James Ponsoldt

“This virtual event is all online through a video conference system and will be made available to the public with a ‘pay what you can’ suggested donation of $10. All money raised through this series will go to fund the Film Impact Georgia’s Film Grant program. Our group of guests will be established working professionals who are directors, production designers, decorators, producers, actors and others.

For more information, check out the event on Facebook.

Get Scene Studios presents Audition success w/Cobra Kai writer/director John Huritz

Join CEO/Founder Jesse Malinowski while he interviews COBRA KAI writer/director Jon Hurwitz. We will grab your questions from Instagram the day before.”

For more information and to register for this webinar, click here.

May 30

Atlanta Film Society Presents Kodak Coffee with Cameras Online Edition

This month, join us for a brief history of 35mm/16mm Film and who is currently using Film.

Vice President of Motion Picture for the Eastman Kodak Company, Michael P. Brown gives us a compelling presentation covering the history of film, types of emulsions available, film workflows, who uses film and why.

Click here for more information and for the link to the live stream.

Atlanta Film Society presents: Acting Workshop Creating Three-Dimensional Characters

“Learn how effective research, attention to detail & improvisation techniques help create nuanced, authentic characters for seemingly “by-the-book” roles.”

For more information and to register, check out the event on Atlanta Film Society’s website.

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