ACSIL Los Angeles Meet-Up

Posted on 8/15/2018 by Jim Pickerell | Printable Version | Comments (0)

ACSIL, Association of Commercial Stock Footage Licensors, has organized a Footage Meet-Up in Los Angeles on October 20, 2018, just before the start of the DMLA Conference that will be held October 21st to 23rd.

The Footage Meet-Up will be held at the Getty Images office in LA at 6300 Wilshire Blvd on the 16th Floor from 2pm to 7pm. Attendance for footage buyers is Free, but due to limited space registration will be required. If you are interested in attending go here before September 17, 2018 to register.

During the event there will be panels from ACSIL, Clear and IDA offering three perspectives on today’s footage market.



ACSIL’s, Association of Commercial Stock Footage Licensors, panel will bring leaders from the world’s most important archives to discuss the challenges and successes of stock footage industry, and provide attendees with a sneak peak of the upcoming ACSIL General Survey 4 (global view on footage industry).
 
CLEAR’s, Association of Clearance and Research Professionals, panelists will share their expertise on rights and clearance administration for film and television, which all footage sellers, rights managers, producers, and researchers will not want to miss.
 


IDA, International Documentary Association, has created a community of the world’s best documentary makers that are ushering in a “golden age” of archival footage use in production, looking to researchers to make a deep dive into archives for the best and most unique footage, and pushing for more flexible clearance deals. This panel will explore how documentary artists are producing their projects, working with archives, finding footage, and getting footage cleared now.
 
To reserve a table to exhibit at this event please contact gnynln@npfvy.bet. For more information go to www.ACSIL.org.


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