“The State Of The Film Industry In Chattanooga” Presented On Thursday

Tuesday, April 30, 2013

The AFFT and Film Chattanooga will present “The State of the Film Industry in Chattanooga” on Thursday, from 5:30-7:30 p.m. at the EPB, 7th floor meeting room, 10 West M.L. King Blvd.

A $5 donation is requested for AFFT-PAC.

View a retrospective of films made in the Scenic City. Hear state legislator’s perspectives on tax incentives for film production in Tennessee and recent film projects in Chattanooga. Interact with special guests from the crew of “42”. Get current on the state of the film industry in Tennessee with AFFT President, Juanell Walker. Connect with area film groups and learn about their offerings. Network with local film professionals.

and enthusiasts • Please join us!


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