Calendar of Global Media and Showbiz Industry Social Networking Events

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Stuart Cinema and Cafe Events
Friday, November 1 - Saturday, November 30
Stuart Cinema and Cafe
79 West Street, Brooklyn, New York 11222
Phone: 347-721-3777
The Cafe has programmed in feature film screenings, festivals and other events for November 2019. Current you can view screenings of The Lion King, The Farewell, Fast & Furious Hobbs & Shaw, Midsommar, Toy Story 4. The Cafe is a member of the National Association of Theater Owners. There is generally a Super Smash Bros. Happy Hour,’ that happens for weekend Video Gaming Sessions, for kids and adults. Up to eight players can play on the 160” movie screen. There are private screenings and events planned as well and a photo gallery. Please check the website calendar for other ongoing feature film screenings and event activities that might not be included here. Stuart Cinema and Cafe is a converted warehouse in the Greenpoint section of North Brooklyn serving artists and community that want to present creative productions, and the community as an entertainment center. Features of the programming for the cafe include, film festivals and screenings, pop-up theater, adaptable venue space used to present fashion events, live stage events for bands, singers, spoken word and comedy acts, book readings-signings, and the recently added weekend video gaming sessions.
Gotta Sing! Search for A Star Open Mic
Saturday, November 2, 15:00-18:00
The Iguana Lounge
240 West 54 Street, New York, New York 10019
Phone: 212-874-7956; 212-765-5454
Singers search and open mic held every Saturday night at "THE IGUANA" right around the corner from the David Letterman show. Talented newcomers and experienced singers are all welcome. Just come in, sign up and sing. A Pianist is resident or bring your background tracks or CDs. The pianist transposes instantly in any key for you. Open to the public, all ages and all styles are welcome. Produced by the long-running showbiz team of Billy Shepard and Judi Jourdan who also produce their own television show "How to Succeed in Show Business By Really Trying", shown on Time Warner Cable. There is no admission or cover charge for performer and guests, but there is a food/beverage minimum per person.
Emerging Cinematographer Awards
Sunday, November 3
173 14 Street NE, Atlanta, Georgia 30309
Phone: 404-253-2740; 323-876-0160
The Emerging Cinematographer Awards screening, presented by the International Cinematographers Guild, IATSE Local 600, will be held on Sunday, November 3, 2019, at 15:00. The event will be held at SCADshow in midtown Atlanta. The screening will be followed by a cocktail reception. The evening features the screening of short films shot by the 10 ECA Honorees who were recognized for their artistic achievement in cinematography at the premier event in Los Angeles on October 6. They are: Daniel Bombell, “Present Day, Athens”; Tinx Chan, “Empty Skies”; Marcos Durian, “Fish Head”; Chad Erickson, “Eddy”; Geoff George, “My Blood”; Shannon Madden, “Scratch”; Bongani Mlambo, “The Coin”; Jared Moossy, “A Lucky Man”; Claudio Rietti, “Kid Boxer”; and Alejandro Wilkins, “El Gallo”. The event is free to members of ICG Local 600, sponsors, students and faculty. For more information about the ECAs, visit at
BMI Acoustic Lounge (#BMIAcousticLoungeLA)
Monday, November 4, 18:45
Hotel Café
1623 N Cahuenga Boulevard, Los Angeles, California 90028
Phone: 323-461-2040
A singer/songwriter showcase series featuring acoustic performances in an intimate setting as well as networking opportunities with other songwriters and BMI representatives. Held the first Monday of every month. Featured performances will be given by Holdan (, Joyner (, Ray Williams (, Damian McGinty ( This month’s BMI Acoustic Lounge is being held at Hotel Café, 1623 N. Cahuenga Boulevard, instead of the former Genghis Cohen venue at 740 North Fairfax Avenue. Admission is free.
ARRI Certified User Training: Block, Light, Shoot
Tuesday, November 5 - Wednesday, November 6
ARRI Rental Brooklyn Haus 
236 Greenpoint Avenue,. Building 6 , Brooklyn, New York 11222
Phone: 818-388-2306
This two-day class will explore cinematography craft using group experience and collaboration with students learning how to build the lighting design and camera set-up in a professional environment. More specifically, students will learn how to gain fundamental skills in lighting and camera thru hands-on experience, decipher spherical and anamorphic lens characteristics for storytelling, explore the tools of lighting called ‘The Three Q’s’, learn how cinematography can elevate the story and plot points in a scene, develop fundamental skills in setting up lighting and camera instruments, learn what the ‘WHY’ function of lighting by understanding 3 core concepts, discover the basic elements of camera composition and lighting design thru ARRI Creative Tools. Overall the workshop sharpens technical skills through hands-on practical experience, but the ultimate goal is to facilitate growth as creative storytellers and filmmakers.
Asia Gaming Summit
Tuesday, November 5 - Thursday, November 7
W Taipei Hotel
10 Zhongxiao East Road Sec. 5, Xinyi District Taipei, 110, Taiwan
Phone: +852 2531 6100
Asia Gaming Summit in Xinyi District Taipei covers the latest regulatory updates, licensing topics, developments, marketing and diversification trends and innovations in gaming, igaming, online casino, sports betting, esports and lottery in Asia. AGS sets itself up as a starting point to learn more about the opportunities that Taiwan has to offer and learn about the regional trends presenting opportunities. Agenda highlights at Asia Gaming Summit include, Future Direction of the Asian Gaming Industry, that will be addressed in sub-sessions, Regulation, Licensing and New Opportunities In The Region, Essentials to Stay Ahead of the Game, In-Depth Industry Round-Tables. Innovation Bootcamp for the Asian Gaming Industry, that will be addressed in sub-sessions, The Beating Heart – Payments and Technology, Go to Market Right and Boost your Revenue, In-Depth Industry Round-Tables. Post-conference Workshops, that will include workshops: The A-Z of setting up operation and office in Taiwan, and The way to a successful customer acquisition and retention strategy through social media.
American Film Market 2019
Wednesday, November 6 - Wednesday, November 13
Loews Santa Monica Beach Hotel (main headquarters)
1700 Ocean Avenue, Santa Monica, California 90401
Phone: 310-446-1000; Fax: 310-446-1600
Participants come from over 70 countries and include acquisition and development executives, agents, attorneys, directors, distributors, festival directors, financiers, film commissioners, producers, writers, the international press and all those who provide services to the motion picture industry. Separate from the conference schedule, the AFM Industry Conversations are interactive and informative discussions led by Hollywood thought leaders, decision makers, trendsetters and experts, and are free to anyone with an AFM Badge. AFM has evolved over time from its early years, most notably adding a conference segment to its mainstay film market offering. But in addition to that there have been other innovations to keep pace with the quick movement of film recording and display technology. This year, the conference programming focuses on topics The Future of Film, Pitching Essentials: The 2-Minute Pitch, Producing Studio Films with Independent Budgets, Made-for-TV Movies: Expanding Opportunities for Independent Filmmakers, Working with Sales Agents. A recently placed Immersive Summit, this year led by Winston Baker, fields a group addressing, The XR Content Market: Where Do We Go From Here? AFM hosts four networking receptions at the iconic Merry-Go-Round on the Santa Monica Pier. The AFM’s Carousel Cocktails provide a unique experience as participants connect and relax at the beach.
One Mic Nite Open Talent Showcase at LOA (#LiveSeries)
Thursday, November 7, 19:00-22:30 (and every Thursday)
LOA Live On Air Restaurant
335 Flatbush Avenue, Brooklyn, New York 11217
Phone: 718-618-0156
A mix of indie music, dance, theatre, poetry, and art backed by the grooves of the resident Artist DJ on the turntables. Featured guests, and all artists welcome to perform, including singers/songwriters, musicians, poets, actors, comedians, etc., where performances are live-streamed across several social media platforms. Live On Air restaurant in Prospect Heights, Brooklyn, features a live-streaming stage In addition to a full dining menu specializing in Louisiana-style cuisine. All performances are broadcast live across all major social media platforms, giving these artists the opportunity for even greater exposure. The Mic is Open! A nite of informal networking for artists of all kinds presented by industry veteran Marcos Luis, Every Thursday night.
StreamGeeks Summit
Friday, November 8
Dream Downtown Hotel
355 West 16 Street, New York, New York 10011
Phone: 610-518-2200
Live streaming is now the fastest, most authentic way to reach an audience. With Facebook, YouTube,Amazon, Twitter, and LinkedIn all offering live streaming, the business implications are wide-reaching. The StreamGeeks Summit will enable its audience to better understand the world of live streaming. The day’s workshop with industry practitioners will help simplify the area and provide action plans that can be applied to almost any industry. This event is a realization of the opportunities made by live streaming and can be used as a means to jump start a nascent live streaming project. Virtual and in-person attendees can participate in live demonstrations, and join workshops focused on live streaming technology.
One-On-One with Writer, Director and Producer William Gilmore
Saturday, November 9, 13:00-15:00
Sidetrack Creative Studios
5723 Auckland Avenue, North Hollywood, California 91601
Phone: 888-796-9673
Organized by Scriptwriters Network, the event will feature a Writer, Director and Producer who will discuss a variety of topics, including: writing and producing Reality TV shows, writing characters, creating a compelling premise and/or story, finding your voice, hooking your reader, script development, among other topics. Workshop leader, William Gilmore has worked for EMC New York where he produced, wrote, and edited On-Air promos and trailers for HBO, PolyGram, and Universal, working on such projects as The Sopranos, Sex and the City, Jurassic Park III, and What Dreams May Come. It was here he learned the art of telling stories in two-minutes or less. While at EMC, William also edited the independent feature-length films Goodbye Charlie and Sam Shepard’s Action while producing, writing, and directing short films, sizzle reels, and trade show packages under his own production banner; Mill Creek Productions. 
California Copyright Conference – Fair Use
Tuesday, November 12, 18:30
Courtyard Marriott
15433 Ventura Boulevard Studio City, California 91403
Phone: 818-379-3312
California Copyright Conference presents “Fair Use: Is it REALLY Free??? When is Fair Use NOT Fair?,” moderated by Paula Savastano (Sr. Director Copyright and Royalties, Angry Mob Music, LLC) and Judith Finell (Musicologist and President, Judith Finell Music Services, Inc.). The event includes dinner with the presentation and it can be attended as a walk-up by paying at the door. A cocktail reception precedes the dinner followed by the panel discussion. Advanced RSVP (by 14:00 on 11/8/19.
VR Days Europe 2019
Wednesday, November 13 - Friday, November 15
Eye Film Museum (other venues)
IJpromenade 1, 1031 KT Amsterdam, Netherlands
Phone: +31 20 589 1400
Within the 2019 program VR Days Europe offers substantive segments that attempt to get at the rich promise that VR/AR technology has to provide both presently and into its imminent future. The Church of VR displays work from all around the world, both fiction and non-fiction, interactive and linear, putting on display the new developments in interactive storytelling. The Vision and Impact Conference presents ideas on how to influence the course of the future and create a real-world where everybody benefits from the Virtual Revolution. A Pain and Suffering Reduction Summit assembles scholars and practitioners to explore and chart a path to better understanding and using VR to address the universal challenge of pain and suffering. The Location Based Entertainment  Summit (LBVR) as a new storytelling and gaming medium for LBVR (think Pokemon Go), and how LBVR has considerable potential in museums, theme parks and arcades, and as pop-up style attractions. In How to foster innovation in the European Media and Cultural and Creative Industries? A panel explores how an innovative and successful European media ecosystem through the use of innovative technologies and science. An XR Base Investor Event will allow eight XR Startups to have three minutes each to pitch their business to world-class VCs, followed by investor meetings and an invite-only dinner. 
Electronic Music Conference, Sydney
Wednesday, November 13 - Sunday, November 17
Dr Chau Chak Wing Building at UTS (other venues)
14-28 Ultimo Road, Ultimo, Sydney, NSW 2007 Australia
Phone: +61 2 9514 2000
The week-long program covering all facets of electronic music business and culture includes keynotes, In Conversations, workshops, masterclasses, breakout sessions and networking events. Additionally, there are five nights of after-dark parties, club nights, film screenings and pop-ups, showcasing the most notable artists of the year as well as new emerging electronic music artists. EMC also co-hosts a forum called Global Cities After Dark in conjunction with Electronic Music Conference and VibeLab. Global Cities After Dark is a forum focussed on future nightlife. Global Cities After Dark is a one-day forum spotlighting night time culture from a global perspective. EMC Live is a segment of the festival that offers the stage to recently minted artists ready to display new sounds in various musical categories like house and techno to futuristic R&B and fruity pop. EMC Festival applications to be considered for opportunities in the live performance showcase are always available through the EMC website. Opportunities are open to hosting a Showcase/Party/Club Night/Pop Up as part of the EMC Festival.
BMI 101 Workshop LA
Thursday, November 14, 16:00-17:00
BMI Los Angeles Office
8730 Sunset Boulevard, 3rd Floor West, West Hollywood, California 90069
Phone: 310-289-6336; 310-659-9109 Ext. 6336
BMI 101 is a free one-hour introductory workshop for writers and publishers, covering the role that BMI plays in the music industry, basics of performing rights, and becoming a BMI affiliate. Two BMI Employees will outline the history of BMI, how to utilize the current services to the fullest extent and other basic 101 tips and tricks to handle an account. Attendance is free, but seating is limited so RSVP with the total number of guests by email to Admittance is granted only through advance RSVP.
AIMP Music Law Panel
Thursday, November 14, 11:30-13:45
Lawry's The Prime Rib
100 N. La Cienega Boulevard, Beverly Hills, California 90210
Phone: 818-771-7301
AIMP Panel, “Legal Luminaries: Music Experts in Our Constantly Changing Environment,” will be presented. BMI’s SVP and General Counsel, Stuart Rosen is the moderator of this panel. Panelists include Jay L. Cooper, Esq. (Greenberg Traurig LLP), Scott Holtzman, Esq. (EVP, Music Affairs Walt Disney Studios Motion Picture Production), Edward Pierson, Esq. (Attorney at Law, PLLC) and Laurie L. Soriano, Esq. (Partner, King, Holmes, Paterno & Soriano, LLP). The Association of Independent Music Publishers (AIMP) was formed in 1977 by a group of Los Angeles music publishers and has local chapters in Los Angeles, New York and Nashville. The organization's primary focus is to educate and inform music publishers about the most current industry trends and practices by providing a forum for the discussion of the issues and problems confronting the music publishing industry.
Cine Emerge: An NAB Show Experience in Hollywood
Thursday, November 14
W Hollywood Hotel
6250 Hollywood Boulevard, Los Angeles, California 90028
Phone: 323-798-1300
CineEmerge is designed for everyone involved in the creative process including camera operators, cinematographers, directors, filmmakers, next-gen content creators, producers, and production company and studio personnel. CineEmerge will offer curated, product-focused Tech Talks and a community mixer, honoring the Hollywood production community. The latest gear and technology solutions will be on display from leading-edge companies catering to content creators. CineEmerge is set up as a companion event to NAB Show with an emphasis on media, entertainment and technology. Those interested in attending can expert-led discussions on topics such as the impact of consumer HDR adoption and the value of camera lens metadata as a tool to categorize content and expedite post-production, including the creation of complex visual effects. CineEmerge is designed for everyone involved in the creative process including camera operators, cinematographers, directors, filmmakers, next-gen content creators, producers, and production company and studio personnel. Admission is free to attend and registration is online at this link.
Open House at Manhattan Edit Workshop
Thursday, November 14, 16:00-22:00
NYIT Auditorium on Broadway
1871 Broadway, New York, New York 10023
Phone: 212-414-9570
Hosted by Manhattan Edit Workshop (MEWShop), the program looks to be a social mixer evening devoted to the art of cinematography. The talks and demonstrations will take the audience behind the camera of working cinematographers in documentary and narrative films and then explore the process of bringing the look of cinema to the small screen in the golden age of Peak TV. To open the program Tom Hurwitz, ASC (American Dream, Harlan County U.S.A., The Queen of Versailles, Wild Man Blues) and Claudia Raschke (RBG, God is the Bigger Elvis, Mad Hot Ballroom) take part in a panel moderated by Producer Jim Kamp. Next, David Leitner (Director, Producer, and Cinematographer) conducts a one-on-one with Tom Houghton, ASC (Elementary, American Horror Story, Rescue Me, 30 Rock). The evening’s last panel is titled “Behind the Lens: A Conversation with Oscar-nominated Cinematographer Dean Cundey, ASC” where Dean Cundey, ASC (Jurassic Park, Halloween, Who Framed Roger Rabbit, Back to the Future, Apollo 13) will be interviewed by Tony Wisniewski, Marketing Manager for ZEISS. The entire evening closes with a Networking Party and Tech Lounge sponsored by ZEISS.
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AFI Fest 2019
Thursday, November 14 - Thursday, November 21
TCL Chinese Theater (other venues)
6925 Hollywood Boulevard, Hollywood, California 90028
Phone: 886-AFI-FEST
In 2019, AFI will offer Gala presentations of Netflix’s ‘The Two Popes’ and Amazon Studios’ ‘The Aeronauts,’ directed by Fernando Meirelles (City of God) and starring Anthony Hopkins and Jonathan Pryce. This year’s Tribute honors producer and director Alan J. Pakula, creator of iconic films of the 60s, 70s and 80s. Academy Award®-nominated Pakula will be celebrated with a screening of the new documentary ‘Alan Pakula: Going for the Truth,’ directed by Matthew Miele, along with screenings of three of his classic films, Klute, Sophie’s Choice and The Sterile Cuckoo. Melina Matsoukas’ “Queen & Slim” will open the American Film Institute’s (AFI) AFI Fest. Other main program areas in which AFI celebrates innovation and evolution in film. In 2019, AFI inaugurates the AFI Summit structured as a six-day forum of intimate conversations and dynamic panel discussions will feature acclaimed and thought-provoking filmmakers, industry leaders and academics. The World Cinema section showcases cinema from the US and around the globe. This year  features 16 titles representing 19 countries, as well as five official International Feature Film Oscar® submissions: Sweden’s ‘And Then We Danced’ (Director Levan Akin), Canada’s ‘Antigone’ (Director Sophie Deraspe), Poland’s ‘Corpus Christi’ (Boże Ciało) (Director Jan Komasa), Italy’s ‘The Traitor’ (Director Marco Bellocchio), Romania’s ‘The Whistlers’ (Director Cornlieu Porumboiu), and Germany’s ‘A Hidden Life’ (Director Terrence Malick). Festival-goers will be able to obtain available tickets online at beginning Nov 2 until the last day of the festival. 
Entertainment Industry Conference 2019
Thursday, November 15, 08:00 - 13:00
Loews Hollywood Hotel
1755 N. Highland Avenue, Hollywood, California 90028
Phone: 323-469-8311
The Hollywood Chamber’s State of the Entertainment Industry Conference started in 2012 as an opportunity to discuss the future of the area’s signature industry. Slated to Emcee 2019’s conference is entertainment icon, Two-time Grammy® Award and five-time NAACP Image Award winner LL COOL J.  As the event Emcee, LL COOL J will introduce conversations with notable entertainers and experts on various entertainment topics relevant in an evolving industry. Event Keynote Speaker is Scooter Braun who has produced pop culture icons Justin Bieber, Ariana Grande, and others. Entertainer and Producer, Nick Cannon, will share insights on his decades of industry experience from in front of the camera to behind as well as his new venture into radio broadcasting. Colleen Bell, Executive Director of the California Film Commission will be answering any questions regarding California’s film industry, filming incentives, and growing in-state production. A fireside chat will be conducted with Ty Warren, VP of Worldwide Physical Production for Netflix who will share some of the particulars of Netflix’s studio infrastructure, such as virtual production capabilities propelled by the focus of the company’s early Silicon Valley culture. Also, online streaming insiders have been invited to head a panel, “Streaming Take Over: New World Order”.  As of press time, these panelists include Julie McNamara with CBS ALL Access, Angela Courtin, with YouTube TV, and Erin McPherson, with Verizon.
BMI 101 Workshop Nashville
Monday, November 18, 16:00-17:00
BMI’s Nashville Office
10 Music Square E., Nashville, Tennessee 37203
Phone: 615-401-2000
BMI 101 is a free one-hour introductory workshop for writers and publishers, covering the role that BMI plays in the music industry, basics of performing rights, and becoming a BMI affiliate. Two BMI Employees will outline the history of BMI, how to utilize the current services to the fullest extent and other basic 101 tips and tricks to handle an account. Attendance is free, but seating is limited so RSVP with the total number of guests by email to Admittance is granted only through advance RSVP.
BMI's “8 off 8th” Hip Hop Fresh Fruit Showcase
Monday, November 18, 20:00
Mercy Lounge
One Cannery Row, Nashville, Tennessee 37203
Phone: 615-251-3020; Fax: 615-252-2527
BMI and TuneSpeak  present “BMI 8 off 8th.” Each night features eight local (and sometimes nationally touring) artists and serves as ground zero for Nashville’s burgeoning indie music scene. This showcase will feature artists: TBA. 8 off 8th’s rapid-fire three-song sets satisfy audiences looking for the next big thing. Hosted by 2 L’s On A Cloud. Mercy Lounge helps artists find new fans in the music-loving community through existing technology and new innovations. Mercy Lounge has a standing room capacity of 500, a state of the art sound system, and a back bar area that features pool tables, booth seating, and a more-relaxed environment from which to take in the show. Performing artists are offered dedicated monitor and front of house sound engineers, an array of lighting and production options, and a loft-style hospitality suite complete with kitchen, bathroom and comfort area. Anyone interested in rental or showcase opportunities, please email Free and open to the public.
Cliff Goldmacher Songwriter Workshop: Making Rough Recordings as Polished as Possible
Monday, November 18, 14:00-15:00
BMI Nashville
10 Music Square East, Nashville, Tennessee 37203
Phone: 615-401-2000
Gain an insider’s perspective on business aspects of songwriting for profit. Learn about the proper use of melody and song structure to improve a song’s appeal. The workshop is a songwriter workshop for anyone interested in the songwriting and recording process. Instructor Cliff Goldmacher will be discussing the what, why and how of rough recordings as well as some concrete practical approaches to making rough recordings as polished as possible. Visit the online registration page to secure a place at this link ( 45 participants will be admitted online on a first-come, first-served basis, until all 45 seats are filled. All participants should check-in by 13:50 at the latest, or the spot will be given away to those on the waiting list. As an educator, Cliff Goldmacher teaches workshops for BMI, ASCAP, The Standard Jazz Workshop, Nashville Songwriter’s Association International, Taxi and the Durango Songwriter’s Expo. Admission is free, but advanced registration necessary.
BMI 101 Workshop NY
Thursday, November 21, 12:00-13:00
BMI New York Office
Seven World Trade Center, 250 Greenwich Street, New York, New York 10007
Phone: 212-220-3000; 646-779-8455
BMI 101 is a free one-hour introductory workshop for writers and publishers, covering the role that BMI plays in the music industry, basics of performing rights, and becoming a BMI affiliate. Two BMI Employees will outline the history of BMI, how to utilize the current services to the fullest extent and other basic 101 tips and tricks to handle an account. Attendance is free, but seating is limited so RSVP with the total number of guests by email to Admittance is granted only through advance RSVP.
Open Mic Night at The Actors Theatre Workshop
Wednesday, November 27, 20:00
The Actors Theatre Workshop
145 West 28 Street, New York, New York 10001
Phone: 212)-947-1386
The Actors Theatre Workshop is an established pioneer in non-profit theatre that produces classical and contemporary plays, develops new dramatic works, trains and develops actors, writers and directors while making a difference in the lives of homeless children and the community at large. The educational program teaches innovative educational techniques and theatre principles to adults and children from all walks of life; produces classical and contemporary plays and documentary films that maintain goal stated artistic standards. The theatrical program develops new dramatic works that examine the social issues of the day. The open mic happens the last Wednesday of every month. 
Hollywood Networking Breakfast
Thursday, November 28, 08:00-10:30
Raleigh Studios
5300 Melrose Avenue, Hollywood, California 90038
Phone: 323-465-9800; 310-854-1111
To attend the Hollywood Networking Breakfast(R), you should be directly involved in the entertainment industry, a group which usually includes writers, producers, directors, development / production execs, talent representatives, casting directors, entertainment attorneys, financiers, actors, and others at various levels of experience and achievement. Check-in starts at 07:20. Everyone gets 15 seconds to introduce themselves to the room. The breakfast -- held on the last Thursday of every month -- begins at 08:00 and lasts until approximately 10:30. The breakfast may sometimes be held on a Saturday or another weekday. Parking is available, free of charge.

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