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WHAT’S IN YOUR BAG: Low Budget & Micro-Budget Film Expo

bag 1st April, 2017, 10:00am – 4:00pm

‘What’s in your Bag’ will be hosting a skill building and resource sharing event, with open panel discussions about ways to facilitate, increase and expand
the output of local low budget/micro-budget filmmakers.
It’s an opportunity for vendors and film professionals to show
Dublin’s low budget/micro-budget film community what they
have offer.

(note that for vendors there will be two sessions:
10-1 and 1-4)
EVENTS WILL INCLUDE:
⁃ Local Vendors Marketplace (offering equipment catalogs
and advice on setting up accounts, rental insurance, and
renting gear for the first time
⁃ Professional skills and equipment demonstrations with
local camera assistants, sound recordists, gaffers, grips, etc.
PANEL DISCUSSIONS WILL INCLUDE:
⁃ A Fistful of Euros: make a much better film with just a little
bit of money
⁃ Paying Your Crew: the value of hiring skilled technicians
⁃ Equipment Rental: tips for first-time rental clients
⁃ Paying for Post: tips for first-time post production clients
⁃ Low Budget & Micro-Budget Tips & Tricks
⁃ Low Budget & Micro-Budget grant and funding
opportunities
⁃ Low Budget & Micro-Budget Film Marketing: Festivals &
Social Media, etc.
⁃ Green Filmmaking: Sustainable, cost-effective practices
for all phases of production

 

VENDOR
MARKETPLACE:
(Schedule & Pricing Packages)
SCHEDULE
10am-4pm (6-hour):
9:00am -Vendor Access (load-in and set up)
[We’ll try to make time available for tables & other stuff to be
dropped off today before]
10:00am Doors Open
◆ 10am-1pm first vendor shift
◆ 1pm to 4pm second vendor shift
◆ 10am-12pm first professional gear & tips shift (staffed by
local production professionals)
◆ 12pm-2pm first professional gear & tips shift
◆ 2pm-4pm first professional gear & tips shift
◆ Half-hour lectures and panels (times TBD):
⁃ Spending Money on Your Film (ways to make a much
better film with a little bit of money)
⁃ Paying Your Crew (the value of hiring skilled technicians)
⁃ Renting Gear (tips for first-time rental clients)
⁃ Low Budget & Micro-Budget Tips & Tricks
⁃ Low Budget & Micro-Budget grant and funding
opportunities
⁃ Low Budget & Micro-Budget Film Marketing (Festivals &
Social Media, etc.)
⁃ Green Filmmaking (Sustainable, cost-effective practices
for all phases of production)
4:00pm Doors Close
4:00-5:00pm Load Out
5:00pm Wrap
VENDOR PRICING
◆ €40/all-day (both shifts & we provide the table)
◆ €30/all-day (both shifts & vendor provides their own table)
[“Includes All-day” access from 9:00 to 5:00 (set up to
breakdown)]
◆ €25/half-day (one shift & we provide the table)
◆ €15/half-day (one shift & vendor provides their own table)
[“Half-day” is access from either 10am to 1pm or 1pm to 4pm,
with time allowed for set up/breakdown]
◆ Poster & Pamphlet only €30/day (vendor provides all
materials
Vendor must supply all table dressing,
SWAG, promotional materials, etc.

CONTACT:
email@whatsinyourbagdubln.com

TICKETS:
A limited number of reduced price (€5) advance tickets will available as of 1st April on Eventbrite: https://www.eventbrite.ie/e/whats-in-your-bag-dublin-tickets-30517341189?aff=es2

or through their website: http://www.whatsinyourbagdublin.com

Tickets at the door will be €7

 

What’s In Your Bag – Dublin is organized and produced by Glenn Kaufmann.

Glenn Kaufmann has an MFA (Masters of Fine Arts) in film production from the Florida State University Film school.  He’s worked professionally in the film industry for over 25 years (in the U.S. and Ireland).  Glenn’s work includes commercials, corporate/industrials, shorts, and features, on which he’s worked as a production manager, assistant director, producer, and location sound recordist.

As a screenwriter Glenn has written numerous shorts and features, and has worked as a reader for film festivals, production companies, and studios. He’s also taught screenwriting as both a classroom lecturer and a workshop writing coach.

After moving to Ireland in 2011 Glenn began to get involved in Dublin’s low budget and micro-budget film community, and is interested in helping those artists find the resources to enhance the production quality and quantity of their work.