Noteworthy Tweets from 2013 Atlanta Film Fest’s CINformation panels

I’m always grateful to film festivals that use Twitter or Facebook to include folks who can’t attend in person. This past week, Atlanta Film Festival did a fantastic job at sharing insights from their CINformation seminar series for established and emerging filmmakers. Man, I felt like I was IN the room.

So before their tweets disappear into the vast Twitterverse, here are my favorite takeaways from a few of the ATLFF CINformation panels.

Would you appreciate if more festivals live-tweeted their panels like ATLFF?


“Gun for Hire – Working With Producers and Directors” (Dan Mirvish, co-founder of Slamdance Film Festival)

“Succinct Seduction – The Art and Science of Oneliners and Elevator Pitches” with Michael Lucker (Lucky Dog Filmworks) and Linda Burns (Plexus Pictures)

“Sweat the Small Stuff – Writing Webisodes, MicroSeries, and Serial Interstitials” with Angela Gomes (“Gillian in Georgia”), Glen Owen (State Line Films), John Kabashinski (Sun Moon Stars)

“PGA – Can’t I Just Get A Producer Credit?” with Members of the Producers Guild of America

Mort D’Auteur – Developing the Story as a Producer with Suzanne Jurva (Independent Producer)

“Vive L’Auteur: Developing Projects as a Director” with David Andalman (American Milkshake), Ashley Reid and Les Ottolenghi (Submit the Documentary), Matt Reynolds (The Great Chicken Wing Hunt)

Post-Production Digital Workflow with Michael Goldberg (Congratulations!), Eric Haviv (FUGO Studios), Michael Koepenick (Guillotine Post), Drew Sawyer (Fun World, “Stuff You Should Know”)

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