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Filmmakers share their secrets

Written by Barbara Vancheri on .

Filmmakers featured in the Three Rivers Film Festival will talk about indie work in Pittsburgh on Nov. 8 at 11 a.m. at the Melwood Screening Room, 477 Melwood Ave., in North Oakland.

Adrienne Wehr, producer of "The Bread, My Sweet" and and an actress, will moderate the panel.

Scheduled to participate: David Conrad, producer of "Tamas," a documentary opening and closing the festival; Laura Davis, producer, "A Shot Felt 'Round the World"; Tjardus Greidanus, director of photography, "A Shot Felt 'Round the World," and editor of "My Tale of Two Cities"; Mark Knobil, director of photography, "My Tale of Two Cities" and NOVA's "The Great Robot Race"; and Carl Kurlander, director of "My Tale of Two Cities" and writer of "St. Elmo's Fire" and writer-producer, "Saved by the Bell."

Tickets are $15 and can be purchased in advance at http://www.proartstickets.org/ or by calling Pro Arts at 412-394-3353. If you are a Filmmakers member, student or Screenie subscriber, tickets are $10 each. Regular and discounted tickets will be available 30 minutes bfore the panel at Filmmakers' headquarters.

Event is free to Silver Screenie All Access Pass holders. Pre-registration is suggested for those pass holders only. Call 412-681-5449 to reserve a spot. And for more information go to http://www.3rff.com/.

 

 

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