Austin Film Meet

The Austin Film Meet is Central Texas’ premiere video and film industry networking mixer. Our events are typically free to attend. Monthly mixers are typically held on the first Monday of every month at Stompin’ Grounds on South Congress. Additional mixers and specialized events are held throughout the year.

Upcoming Events include:

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Austin Film Meet February Mixer
Monday, March 4, 2013 @ 7-9pm

Full details at: http://www.facebook.com/events/538528919498504/

Calling all filmmakers, video professionals, actors, producers and anyone involved in the central Texas film industry.

An Open-Mic session will begin at 7:15pm. This is your chance to introduce yourself and tell us what you do and how you can help. Or tell us about your project and how we can help. Or tell us about your recent career milestone or film accomplishment. We’re here to listen. Please keep your words to 90 seconds. (If we have 30 people, it takes nearly an hour.) Practice what you’re going to say. 90 seconds goes faster than you think it will.

Don’t forget your business cards & come introduce yourself!

Has Austin Film Meet helped you?
Tell us what you think in the comment section below.

20 Comments

  1. Promise Rhodes

    Hi,
    I’m a student interested in film. I’m working on a marketing degree then I’d like to get my MFA in creative producing. I have always loved fim and really want to get some experience. Is your group for someone like me or do I need more experience under my belt? Thanks so much!

    Promise Rhodes

    • H.Cherdon Bedford

      Absolutely! Promise, you should definitely come check out a mixer. Our events are attended by people with a wide range of skills, talents, and experience, from beginners to experts. We look forward to meeting you!

  2. James Asher

    I will be there to audition one actor and possibly more for a video I will be producing in April called “The Answers to Women”.

  3. Patrick Ready

    Of course! I’ll email you as soon as I get home Cherdon and let me know what you think!

    Thanks!

    Patrick Ready

  4. Patrick Ready

    Sure!

    An overzealous POGS player is challenged by the richest kid in school and plans to defeat him to win over the affection of his Jr. High crush.

    It’s a short at 11 pages.

  5. Patrick Ready

    I live in the DFW area but visit austin regularly, I have a script I would want to be produced by others as long as I get “written by” credit. Tried to direct this myself but it involves a large child group cast and in the DFW area it can be very hard to work around busy schedules, especially with parents and the kids. Would rather place this script, which I am proud of, in more experienced hands.

    Thank you,

    Patrick Ready

    • H.Cherdon Bedford

      Patrick, thanks for reaching out. Can you give us a short pitch? And tell us how many pages? Thanks!

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  7. Erica Anthony

    Hello Austin Film Meet,

    I am hoping to utilize my musical talents for film scoring and synchronization. I have already had a few songs featured in several indie films, but I want to take it a step further. Would this be an appropriate venue for me to visit and become involved in? Thank you.

    • H.Cherdon Bedford

      Hey Erica,

      Yes! The Austin Film Meet is a great place to let the local film community know about your talents and skills. Bring your business cards and come to a mixer. We encourage you to get on the open-mic and introduce yourself and tell us briefly about your skills. We look forward to meeting you!

      -H.Cherdon

  8. Shawn Lemieux

    Good Morning! This is a great workshop for you!
    MOVIESTAR: Acting for FILM and TELEVISION is a 2 day
    workshop focused solely on acting for the camera. The course will cover
    everything you need to know about performing for cinema. Gary Sturgis
    will cover audition process, when to get an agent and how to submit,
    hitting your marks, finding the light, knowing where the cameras are at
    all times, character development, scene study, performing with others and
    most of all, everyone will get to perform on CAMERA. Secure your spot! call 512-378-0738

  9. Drew Thurman

    Hi. My name is Drew Thurman. I’m from the Austin area. I want to break into acting. I’m up for just about anything.
    Black hair brown eyes. About 6ft tall. 13 yrs looks 16 or 17 ish. 😀

  10. Liz Atherton

    Happy Friday!!

    We are hosting a breakfast with Suzanne Weinert tomorrow morning. Suzanne is a successful screenwriter, filmmaker and executive producer – one of the busiest in Austin – and such a delight to meet and work with (you will LOVE her). At this talk she will share her knowledge, take questions, and provide lots of insight into the writing, funding, making and distribution of film – all in the intimate atmosphere of the Red Building at Austin Studios (max seating of 30 people). Please click on the link below for more information:

    Make a Plan with Suzanne (click and then scroll down for information): http://www.eventbrite.com/event/4060137982

    If you think this is something your group would enjoy, will you please share the word?

    Many thanks!

    Liz

    Liz Atherton
    Queen Bee
    The Atherton Group Talent Agency

  11. Fenix Cornett

    I am a 13yr old aspiring director & filmmaker looking to network with people making films now. I need to learn more about how to get my films off the ground. Is it possible for me to attend one of the Film Meets?

    • Paul McAniff

      The Austin Film Society has a program for young people who aspire to make films every summer. This would be a good place to start.

    • H.Cherdon Bedford

      Of course! We’d love for you to come. You should definitely come out to our next Austin Film Meet and introduce yourself on the open-mic. We’d love to meet you!

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