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The Media Production Show

I went to The Media Production Show yesterday. It was okay. I attended some seminars that provided me some useful insight into how to go about starting my career as a filmmaker. Well, I do have experience in film industry for 15 years. But it just gave me additional knowledge than what I already know. So I did gain something from the show yesterday. I took, for example, part in “Future of British Films” which was very helpful and “Drama Screenwriters: Masterclass.” I also wanted to pay a visit to “Moving Up The Ladder – taking your first steps into the industry,” “Planning an International Production,” and “Live, Networked and Fast.” But they all started at around the same times from different conferences. So I couldn’t be at all of them at once. I therefore only managed to be at 2 forums, which I mentioned earlier.

I wanted to go back today as well since it runs over 2 days – yesterday and today. But the weather isn’t so good today. So I decided to knock it on the head. I will just stay home and relax instead. Well, not quite. I still have lots of applications from the cast & crew for my horror short “Blood Type O” that I still have to go through. I have responded to some so far. There are too many. I have to do it bit by bit. Otherwise, I won’t have time to do nothing else. But tomorrow, I will spend more time to go through the applications since I don’t have to go nowhere. Today, I just got home not long ago. So my energy isn’t at the top like in the morning. Tomorrow, I will start sorting through the applications as soon as I stand up. Until I have found the right candidates.

At The Media Production Show yesterday.
Drama Screenwriters: Masterclass.
I missed this meeting “Moving Up The Ladder – taking your first steps into the industry.” I didn’t go but I’m not happy about it. I’d prefer to have gone. But it’s being held about the same time as another seminar “Drama Screenwriters: Masterclass” which I attended. But it wasn’t that interesting, in my opinion. I didn’t really like it. If only I hadn’t been to the Drama Screenwriters: Masterclass, I could attend the Moving Up The Ladder – taking your first steps into the industry.
Panasonic unit
Walking around at the show.
Funny enough, this one was in Danish which read “I can’t be passive. I must always do something.”

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