Entertainment Industry Related Event Highlights November 2010

Your Host Mary Jo Gruber
Published: Wednesday, October 27th, 2010



November 2010 Calendar


Driving Miss Daisy with James Earl Jones and Vanessa Redgrave and Boyd Gains at the
Golden Theatre in New York
For info and tickets please visit Daisy on Broadwaydriving-miss-daisy



Readings and lectures at the Skirball!
Los Angeles, CA



November 1st-3rd – Alaska Native Playwrights Project. 10 new plays by Alaska Native Playwrights.
Staged readings at Cyrano’s Theatre in Anchorage, Alaska.



November 3rd – The Screen Actors Guild Healthcare Safetynet Committee’s 3rd Annual Alternative Health Fair. Come learn about alternative healthcare choices, such as Alexander Technique, Tai Chi, Ayurvedic Medicine and more! Located in the James Cagney Board Room of the Hollywood SAG office & 5757 Wilshire Promenade, 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. FREE to all union members and their families. Hollywood, California.



November 3rd-4th – Billboard’s 7th Annual Touring Conference and Awards at the Sheraton, New York. The touring industry can be the most profitable sector of the music business, and live performance remains the most important relationship between artists and fans. Many opportunities are available for today’s performing artists, but navigating the touring world is more challenging than ever. Join Billboard and today’s top artists, promoters, agents, managers, venue operators, sponsors, digital music executives, ticketers, merchandising companies and production professionals at the Billboard Touring Conference to: Hear how the shifting live entertainment landscape impacts shows, tours and everything in between, Network with key executives in an intimate environment and Gain ideas from compelling keynote interviews, case studies and panel discussions. Keynote with AFTRA members Sugarland.billboard
Billboard Touring Calendar



November 3rd-10th – American Film Market, Santa Monica, CA. The AFM is where business gets done. Whether you’re a film buyer or an industry professional, join the 8,000 attendees from around the world.



November 3rd-14th – The 2010 Boston Jewish Film Festival. Films are accentuated by panel discussions; visits by directors, actors, and subjects; and musical events. The Festival program explores what it means to be Jewish – around the world. bostonjewishfilmfest



November 4th – The Frybread Queen by Carolyn Dunn.
Two stages readings and talkbacks at the Autry in Los Angeles, California.
Autry National Center, 4700 Western Heritage Way, Los Angeles



November 4th-7th – Ojai Film Festival, Ojai, California. The Ojai Film Festival is a nonprofit organization dedicated to promoting and supporting the art of the motion picture through the presentation of an annual multi-day festival in which films submitted by filmmakers throughout the world are publicly exhibited at several venues in and around the picturesque Ojai Valley.

Ojai at Sunset.

Ojai at Sunset.



November 4th-11th – AFI (American Film Institute) Fest
Los Angeles, California



November 5th: The Actors Market, noon to 7pm, Free food and drinks, 10 amazing vendors, raffles for free workshops, headshots, music, and fun. Presented by The Network Studio. 11967 Ventura Boulevard, Studio City, California. Actors Reporter will be there!the-actors-marketThe Network Studio



November 5th – 6th – New Media Film Festival in San Francisco. http://www.newmediafilmfestival.comnmff_banner21



November 5th–13th – The 35th Annual American Indian Film Festival in San Francisco, CA. The American Indian Film Institute (AIFI) encourages the broader community to recognize the significance of National American Indian Heritage Month and support organizations and events that foster historical and cultural values inherent to native peoples.



November 6th – ActorFest LA presented by BackStage, to be located at the California Market Center, 110 E. 9th Street, downtown Los Angeles, CA. Workshops, intensive, and more. Free exhibit hall. Free networking café. See footage from Actorfest in Actors Resource section of the Actors Reporter.picture-8



November 6th – NICKELODEON, NBC, TELEMUNDO, and MUN2 will be holding open casting calls at Actorfest LA. Basic Registration is FREE and includes • Exhibit Hall • Open Casting Calls • Networking Café. Be There. Be Seen. Get Noticed. Don’t miss our excellent line-up of WORKSHOPS given by top casting directors, agents and managers. (There are fees for workshop) Register Now Before Things Sell Out!
Speakers Include: John Levey, Casting Director, “ER” and “Southland”, Mark Teschner, Casting Director, “General Hospital”, Marci Liroff, Casting Director, “E.T”, “Mean Girls,” and “Ghosts of Girlfriends Past”, Heidi Levitt, Casting Director, “JFK”, Nixon,” and “Lakeview Terrace.” Plus, participate in “Meet & Greet” sessions with top casting directors and get your face-to-face time. Available with the purchase of any workshop. California Market Center, LA. For full details and the complete schedule of workshops and speakers, check out:



November 16th – Tombs of the Vanishing Indian by Marie Clements.
A staged reading at SDSU’s Experimental Theatre in San Diego, California.



November 19th – American Music Conference presented by Variety and Dick Clark Productions at the Event Deck at L.A. Live, downtown L.A. A premiere gathering of the most influential minds in the business – spanning artists, label chiefs, producers, agents, managers and more – to explore the rapidly evolving music industry.
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November 20th – December 19th – “LAUGHING WITH MY MOUTH WIDE OPEN” El Centro Theatre, Hollywood, California. Emmy-nominated comic actress and musician Gwendoline Yeo (Desperate Housewives) in a sharply observed and riotously funny celebration of her cultural journey from Singapore to America, and from family identity to self-identity and womanhood.



November 21st – 38th Annual American Music Awards at L.A.’s Nokia Theatre. Broadcast live (in the East) on ABC.



November 22nd, 11:30am Guy Laliberté will be honored with the 2,424th star on the on the Hollywood Walk of Fame at 6801 Hollywood Boulevard in front of The Kodak Theatre. Guy Laliberté was the first to orchestrate the marriage of cultures and artistic and acrobatic disciplines that is the hallmark of Cirque du Soleil.

Guy Laliberte

Guy Laliberte



November 29th – The 20th Annual Gotham Independent Film Awards, New York City. The Gotham Independent Film Awards are the first honors of the film awards season. This public showcase honors the filmmaking community, expands the audience for independent films, and supports the work that IFP does behind the scenes throughout the year to bring such films to fruition. gotham-awards


December 7th – is the regular submission deadline for the 2010 Seattle International Film Festival. The festival will take place May 19th – June 12th. SIFF is seeking features, documentaries, short films and animation for the 37th annual festival. With over 550 screenings of 250 features and 125 shorts in 25 days, SIFF is the largest film festival in the United States. Attracting audiences over 155,000, SIFF is a great way to get your film noticed. SIFF is recognized by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences as a Qualifying Festival in the Short Film category. www.siff.netartcopy_siff



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