Lua + GA Event: Technology & The Future of Film Production

We are excited to announce that on May 3rd, we'll be hosting an event with General Assembly exploring the ways technology is changing film production. The event will feature a panel discussion with Q & A and then some time for attendees to mingle and enjoy free beer and wine.

We have a few awesome panelists (listed below) and a fantastic moderator. Come and hear from filmmakers and technologies about the way new technology is dramatically reshaping many aspects of the filmmaking process. Space at General Assembly is limited, so grab your ticket now. Hope to see you all there!

Technology & The Future of Film Production
May 3rd from 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Complimentary beer and wine will be served.

How is technology affecting the entertainment industry? Join us for a panel discussion moderated by journalist and author, Christopher S. Stewart. Stewart is the Deputy Bureau Chief of Media at theWall Street Journal and is a former contributing editor at Conde Nast. His work has appeared in GQHarper'sThe New York Times MagazineThe Paris ReviewSalonWired, among others. He is also the author of Hunting the Tiger. His second book, Jungleland, will be released in 2013.

Panelists include:
Duncan Cook of Slated
Duncan is the CEO & Co-Founder of Slated, the next-generation online marketplace for investing in film. Slated is an exclusive community platform designed to connect investors with a global network of filmmakers and industry professionals.

Chris Kenneally of SIDE BY SIDE
Chris is a writer, director, and post production supervisor. His most recent documentary, SIDE BY SIDE, is currently playing at the Tribeca Film Festival and explores the dramatic impact that digital technology is having on the movie industry. Made with producer Keanu Reaves, it features interviews and insights from the likes of Martin Scorsese, George Lucas, James Cameron, David Lynch, the Wachowskis and many more.

Todd Sklar of Rangelife Entertainment
Todd is the producer and director of Box Elder'92 Skybox Alonzo Mourning Skybox Rookie Card, and Awful Nice. He is also a founder of Rangelife Entertainment, a distribution and marketing company for independent films.