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Saturday, April 10 • 1:00pm - 2:00pm
Webisodic Series & Short Film on the Net

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An in depth discussion with industry reps on the continued growth of the internet as a lucrative medium for the filmmaker. Panelists Biographies: Erik Clap: Erik Clapp, wrote and directed the feature film, Seventy-8 which premiered at the Hollywood Film Festival and won Best Digital Feature at the Berkley Film Festival. He is currently the producer and creator of the web series The Fresh Show. He has been the Director of Video Services for the past twelve years for Immotion Studios in Fort Worth, Texas. He also maintains a local short film web site, at atombomb.tv and his own blog at erikclapp.com. Farah White: Farah White (EXECUTIVE PRODUCER) began acting professionally in 1999. You can see Farah in films such as 'Miss Congeniality', 'Serving Sara', 'BandSlam', 'The Final' and the soon to be released 'ExTerminators'. In addition to acting, Farah has written, directed and produced several short films and television pilots. She has a voracious appetite for the entire independent filmmaking process and spends her time between homes in Texas and Los Angeles. With her production company, Femmewerks, she is in development on her first feature film 'DoMmy,' slated to begin production in 2011. Tania Khalaf: Born and raised in Beirut, Lebanon, Tania Khalaf worked as a producer, editor, and drama teacher before moving to the United States. Khalaf produced and directed several documentary, narrative and experimental films, sometimes blending these styles together. Her work has screened at several venues including the Santa Fe Film Festival, Miami International Film Festival, San Francisco Documentary Film Festival and Beirut International Day of Peace. Her latest documentary 'Born in Beirut' received the Award of Excellence at the Broadcast Education Association in Las Vegas and screened at the University Film and Video Association in Colorado. Khalaf is currently an assistant professor at The University of North Texas where she teaches documentary and film. Moderator Biography: Dwight Greene was the Founding Artistic Director of the Fort Worth Film Festival from 1998-2002. He was also the Director for the Lone Star Film Society's 'Singin In The Rain' event with Debbie Reynolds and Cyd Charisse. He Produced - 'A Conversation With Gregory Peck' Bass Performance Hall (To Kill A Mockingbird Reunion) and 'An Evening With John Waters.' Greene was the writer, producer and director of the independent film 'Ramming Speed'.

Saturday April 10, 2010 1:00pm - 2:00pm
Chappell Meeting Room, Fort Worth Central Library 500 West 3rd Street, Fort Worth, Texas 76102

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