[Ardour-Users] Connecticut Film Festival

Joseph Annino joeaguy at gmail.com
Mon Feb 15 10:34:58 PST 2010

I am a volunteer with the Connecticut Film Festival, Interactive and New
Media component.   Our festival, in its 6th year, this being the 2nd year of
the Interactive and New Media component, is looking for presenters for
workshops and panels.  The festival is May 4-9, with the Interactive
component on May 7,8,9, Friday to Sunday, in Danbury CT, located about 60
miles from New York City.  We also have a large Music component, with many
live performances, and we attract musicians from around the region, both
independent and working in the industry.  Our theme for Interactive this
year is "Connections Multiplied".  We have a strong focus on free and open
source software for creative professionals.  I think Ardour would be an
excellent fit as a tool for musicians, which may be of particular interest
to independent musicians.  We already have presenters lined up for Blender
and Celtx, and representatives from the FSF and EFF, and are reaching out to
several open source projects.  We want this festival to be a way for
developers and users of these tools to connect with each other, as well as
educate the larger public about their existence, usefulness, and importance.

If anyone with extensive user, development, and/or training/presentation
experience with Ardour is interested in being a presenter please contact me
at joeaguy at gmail.com to discuss further.   We can provide hotel
accommodations, and have limited funds to reimburse travel, so we would
prefer someone based in the north east USA if you need travel reimbursement.

I would also like to extend an invitation to our conference to all the
members of this list.  Please feel free to pass on this message to anyone
whom might be interested.

Our web site is http://ctfilmfest.com
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