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Saturday, December 2

10:00am AKST

Voice Over Workshop: Ages 8-12
Learn to be the voice of a cartoon character!

Alaska Native children ages 8-12 are invited to learn to do voice-over for film and television. 

Meet film actors and producers, and have fun making a cartoon character come alive!

Free. Pre-register online at www.uaf.edu/theatrefilm/Workshops

Head to the second floor of the Loussac Library and sign up there!

Saturday December 2, 2017 10:00am - 12:00pm AKST
Loussac Library 3600 Denali Street, Anchorage, AK 99503
Tuesday, December 5

5:30pm AKST

"The Cheerful Subversive's Guide to Independent Filmmaking" - A Workshop with Dan Mirvish
Directly from the Whistler Film Festival straight to The Anchorage International Film Festival we are proud to announce Dan Mirvish will be delivering a workshop for filmmakers from beginners to professionals.

Join AIFF and Dan Mirvish, co-founder of Slamdance Film Festival, for a workshop that will help you steer your film's future and help you get the most out of its festival run plus whole lot more. 

Head to the lower level of the 49th State Brewing Company to the West Barrel Room. Pizza and snacks provided!

A bit about the Cheerful Subversive:
Dan Mirvish is a director, screenwriter, producer and author. His newest award-winning film BERNARD AND HUEY was written by Oscar/Pulitzer winner Jules Feiffer, and stars Oscar-winner Jim Rash and David Koechner. It’s already screened in 16 festivals this fall, from Germany to Brazil to Guam. Dan’s previous feature, BETWEEN US, starring Julia Stiles and Taye Diggs, played in 23 festivals in 7 countries, sold to 144 countries, and screened in the US theatrically, and on Showtime, Starz, Netflix and all digital outlets. Dan was mentored by Robert Altman on his first film, OMAHA (THE MOVIE), which led him to co-founding the upstart Slamdance Film Festival that runs concurrent with Sundance. Dan’s film OPEN HOUSE led the Academy Awards to controversially rewrite their rules on the Best Original Musical category. Mirvish wrote the critically-acclaimed book “The Cheerful Subversive's Guide to Independent Filmmaking” for Focal Press/Routledge, and he co-wrote the best-selling novel “I Am Martin Eisenstadt” (Farrar, Straus & Giroux) based on the fake McCain advisor who took credit for Sarah Palin not knowing Africa was a continent.

Tuesday December 5, 2017 5:30pm - 7:30pm AKST
49th State Brewing Co.
Saturday, December 9

1:00pm AKST

Music in Film Panel presented by AKIMI
The Alaska Independent Musicians Initiative (AKIMI) presents a special panel for musicians and filmmakers alike, discussing hot topics surrounding music in film. Join special guest, Liz Storm, and other industry professionals to discuss music licensing for film, copyrights, and distribution royalties. Bring your ideas and questions, this session is open to musicians, filmmakers and interested public. Free. 

Liz Storm is a legal consultant with over 10 years of experience researching and securing copyright and trademark. Storm works with artists, publishers, writers, filmmakers and producers on various licensing, marketing, management and recording agreements for documentaries, full length and short films including with MovieTraX on the Rhythm & Light DVD re-release of the Gospel series, Jubilee Showcase.

Saturday December 9, 2017 1:00pm - 3:00pm AKST
Port View Room 333 W 4th Ave # 207, Anchorage, AK 99501