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ThursdayMay 1, 2014
Holy Toledo: Entertainment Industry Fair
–Mad Ave Collective
The Holy Toledo "You Got That Star Power" + "Let's Make Movies" Entertainment Industry Fair will be an opportunity to meet, network & generate projects in Film, Entertainment & Media. Read more at the Toledo Free Press.
If you are involved in the entertainment industry or interested in the entertainment industry or just curious this event is for you.
People, businesses & organizations that function daily in some capacity of Film, Media or Entertainment welcome you to visit them. They will be sharing information of what they do.
Digital Media professionals will be sharing their diverse services & current Digital Media activities.
The general public is cordially invited to attend an afternoon where you can meet professionals and talented people in the entertainment industry.
If you are n the entertainment industry or desire to be in it, you don't want to miss this event. Casting will be taking place on location for modeling as well as acting in theater and feature films.
If you are involved in digital media or technical production, you will have the opportunity to meet movie producers and investors that may hire you.
Over 30 businesses, organizations & individuals from the entertainment industry are committed!!!
Come enjoy an entertaining evening of music, entertainment, and meeting local movie producers that are doing feature films you didn't know about.
Enjoy trailers of upcoming productions and releases!
Be a part of the birth of the launch of the Greater Toledo Film Commission.
Holy Toledo, there are people ready and willing to grow the film industry in Greater Toledo!
FridaySep 29, 2017
Comparing the Film and Gaming Industries
–BGSU Wolfe Center
Throughout the last 25 years, Chad W Greene (BFA 1992, BGSU) has been responsible for concept art, 3D modeling, animation, 2D/3D texturing, lighting & compositing, and Art Direction for broadcast animation, video games, and feature films. In addition, he is a fine artist trained in drawing and painting and has been exhibiting his fine artwork in galleries throughout the U.S..
In this ARTalk, Chad will talk about his career in the feature film and gaming industries at giants such as DreamWorks Animation, Sony Pictures Imageworks, and his current position as a Senior Art Director at Microsoft Studios. He will go behind the scenes and share advice about job hunting and expectations for success in these competitive industries.
This lecture is part of the Milestones: Celebrating 25 Years of Digital Arts at BGSU Fall 2017 visiting alumni lecture series.
Film Screening: The Power of Glove
Seed Coworking is one of six venues screening films for the Glass City Film Festival.
We’ll be showing “The Power of Glove” on Saturday, May 19 at 12:30pm.
It is 1989. In an era of Nintendo-mania, toymaker giant Mattel unleashes a bold technological experiment to an eager public. The POWER GLOVE: the first video game controller that allows players to operate Nintendo games with intuitive hand gestures.
Despite immense hype surrounding its release, the product is a critical failure, disappointing thousands of children with its subpar gameplay. Nearly three decades later, however, dedicated fans continue to repurpose the Power Glove for art pieces, hacking projects, electronic music, and more.
For the first time ever: the story behind the world’s most notorious video game controller.
Learn more at http://thepowerofglove.com/
Tickets are $10 at https://filmfreeway.com/GlassCityFF/tickets