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FFA invites film festival professionals to our 2nd Regional Roundtable of 2018 at the 27th annual Woods Hole Film Festival.  A full agenda will be coming soon…highlights include:

-Roundtable discussions with an emphasis on audience development
-FFA’ signature Meet The Programmers session
-A group trip to Martha’s Vineyard (Monday, July 30)
-A group tour of Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute and Marine Biology Laboratory
-Film Screenings, Lobster Tacos & More!

Registration Information:
$50 FFA Members / $75 Non-Members
Member Discount Code: WHFF4FFA

Industry Pass Information:
-10 comp industry passes will be given away randomly to those who register by June 30.
Industry Pass Prices: (Pass good for entire festival)
-$100 Pass for FFA members / $150 – Pass for non members

Hotel Links:
https://airtable.com/shrVItEAuYRTWVVEH
Treehouse Lodge Discount Code: WHFF2018

Transportation Information:
By Air: Closest Airports are Boston Logan and T.F. Green, Providence, RI (Woods Hole is approximately 70 miles from Boston Logan Airport)
By Bus: Busses area available to Woods Hole and Falmouth from Logan Airport and Downtown Boston; as well as from Downtown Providence, RI and Port Authority to Woods Hole (NYC)

Transportation in Woods Hole:
If you are staying within walking or ubering distance, a vehicle may not be necessary, especially as parking in Woods Hole is tricky.
Uber is available and is the WHOOSH Shuttle from Woods Hole to Falmouth.

Film Festival Alliance invites attending SIFF and regional filmmakers to a candid Meet the Programmers discussion with film festival programmers from across the country, on Sunday, May 27th from 12:00pm-1:30pm, hosted by the Northwest Film Forum.

This moderated session is designed to create an open dialogue intended to increase transparency between filmmakers and festivals – demystifying the festival programming process and giving filmmakers an inside look at the people behind the screen. This is also an opportunity for filmmakers to share stories and insights about their festival experiences – from submissions to notifications, screenings and more.

The event is free, but space is limited. Follow the link to get signed up!

About Northwest Film Forum:
Founded in Seattle in 1995 as an independent film and arts nonprofit, Northwest Film Forum incites public dialogue and creative action through collective cinematic experiences. Each year the Forum presents hundreds of films, festivals, community events, multidisciplinary performances, and public discussions. As a comprehensive visual media organization, the Forum offers educational workshops and artist services for film and media makers at all stages of their development.