SBIFF Has Free Lunchtime Seminars

Posted on Feb 3 by Leslie Dinaberg

There’s a great new addition to the Santa Barbara International Film Festival this year: free educational seminars on a variety of topics that are related to film.

Here’s the schedule:

Topic: Social Justice

Monday, Feb. 3 at noon. Moderated by Geoff Green, executive director of The Fund for Santa Barbara.

Topic: Breaking into the Industry

Tuesday, Feb. 4 at noon. Moderated by Nico Maestu, film studies professor.

Topic: Santa Barbara Filmmakers

Wednesday, Feb. 5 at noon. Moderated by Russ Spencer of Bison Films.

Topic: Representing Women of Color

Thursday, Feb. 6 at noon. Moderated by Gaye Theresa Johnston and Ingrid Banks, UCSB Department of Black Studies.

Topic: Screen Cuisine

Friday, Feb. 7 at noon. Moderated by Steve Chagollan from Variety.

Participants in each seminar will include industry professionals as well filmmakers with films in the festival.

All remaining seminars take place in the UGG Australia Pavilion, which is located behind the Lobero Theatre, 33 E. Canon Perdido St. Due to limited space, admission is on a first-come, first-served basis, with priority given to pass-holders.

—Leslie Dinaberg


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