Noteworthy Tweets from 2013 Atlanta Film Fest’s CINformation panels


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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?

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“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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