Tuesday, July 31 at 6:30 PM, the VPA Richmond District presents “The Invisible Art,” a panel on film and TV editing, at WCVE Studios, 23 Sesame Street, Richmond, VA 23235.
The panel will be moderated by VPA Richmond District board member Roger Hommel, himself a 30-year broadcast TV veteran and local videographer. He will be joined by Rex Teese, whose recent projects include “Turn: Washington’s Spies,” and “Homeland.” Also on the panel are local filmmaker Devon Doyle, who just completed a noir crime thriller, “Sugar Crash,” and Kristen Wilson, whose film “Exposed” won the grand prize at the Arts Club of Washington’s documentary competition.
The event begins with networking at 6:30 p.m. Admission is free to VPA members and only $5 for non-members
For 30 years and counting, the Virginia Production Alliance has supported the commonwealth’s film and television community by hosting development and networking events for, and providing assistance to, those who create moving images for a living. The VPA is a leading advocate for Virginia’s production community through its lobbying efforts to help pass legislation to strengthen filmmaking across the state.
Whether stopping by to check it out, or seriously considering membership, we encourage you to come to this event, or at least follow the VPA Richmond District on Facebook [www.facebook.com/pg/VPARichmond] to join the conversation.