If you missed catching the Conference for Creative Content (C3) during Opening Weekend of the Los Angeles Asian Pacific Film Festival, don’t fret! The full complement of panels, from the opening event “Screen Actors Guild Presents: Acting in New Media” to the finale, “How to Brand Your Online Persona,” will be found here, in their entirety,* for classroom and education use; or for those who missed out and want to get caught up in the discussions.
In this complement of posts, we present the Day One seminars held at the DGA on Saturday, April 30. All Day Two seminars as well as the Special Presentation “Wong Fu Presents: Fast Forward” will be published in a separate posting.
Organized by Visual Communications in partnership with the Coalition of Asian Pacifics in Entertainment (CAPE) and produced by Davis Jung, the C3 Conference offered a dynamic range of panels related to the development and pitfalls of the burgeoning new media landscape, and the Asian Pacific American creative community’s leading role in this new frontier.
The C3: Conference for Creative Content is made possible with the support of the Screen Actors Guild Producers Industry Advancement and Cooperative Fund (IACF), the California Arts Council, a state agency, and the National Endowment for the Arts, a federal agency. Additional support was provided by Sony Pictures Entertainment and the Writers Guild of America/west.
PANEL ONE: Screen Actors Guild Presents: Acting in New Media
Saturday, April 30, 12 PM, Directors Guild of America – Atrium
PANEL TWO: Content in the Cloud: Future Models of Production and Distribution
Saturday, April 30, 2 PM, Directors Guild of America – Atrium
PANEL THREE: Digital (mis)Appropriation: IP in New Media
Saturday, April 30, 3:30 PM, Directors Guild of America – Atrium
PANEL FOUR: Funny or Die in 3 Minutes
Saturday, April 30, 5 PM, Directors Guild of America – Theater Two
* For copyright reasons, the onscreen portion of the Special Presentation “Wong Fu Presents: Fast Forward” was not included, and will be included at a later time pending rights clearances.
PICTURED: The SAG-sponsored panel, “Acting in New Media” kicked off a jam-packed Day One agenda. Photo: Sue Hwang