On Tuesday, 10th of July, I will attend the first cinema and technology conference in Jerusalem. The event, part of Jerusalem Film Festival, will cover issues such as the effect of the web on filmmakers, how the Internet is changing viewers habits, and new technologies in this field.
I am participating in a panel discussing opportunities for filmmakers in the cyberspace, with Nir Ofir from BlogTV and several other prominent Israeli figures (starting at 1030). At 1200 my friend Jeff Pulver will talk about monetization models for filmmakers.
The entrance is free- just email email@example.com and ask to add your name to the list.
On the same note – I’ve noticed that there are no major Facebook groups for cinema and technology. As the Internet TV group has already 140 members in just two weeks, I took the liberty of opening one on this exciting topic. You can find it here.
See you in Jerusalem.