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||BAFTA/LA Awards Season Tea Party
BAFTA/LA hosts the Fifteenth Annual BAFTA/LA Awards Season Tea Party at The Beverly Hills Hotel.
The Awards Season Tea Party has long been an important and highly popular event, and is viewed as the first opportunity to celebrate the Film Awards Season’s Nominees.
Due to the great demand for tickets, and the limited number of guests that can be accommodated at the hotel, BAFTA/LA will once again allocate tickets for Members via a lottery system. Ticket prices for Members are $85 per person, with a limit of two tickets.
To be entered into the Membership lottery, please click here.
Please visit our Gallery to view photographs from the 2008 Tea Party.
Venue: Beverly Hills Hotel
||BAFTA/LA December Clubhouse
BAFTA/LA is pleased to announce details of the final Clubhouse evening of 2008.
Come along, meet other Members, network, and enjoy the Cat and Fiddle's hospitality of free nibbles!
We are committed to providing opportunities for Members to network and to learn more about BAFTA/LA; this wonderful event is always well attended, so is a great way for you to connect with other Members in an informal setting.
6.30pm - 8.30pm
We look forward to seeing you there!
Venue: Cat and Fiddle
Come join your fellow Members on December 12, 2008 for a festive evening of food, wine, music and dancing.
6:30pm - 10:30pm
The UCLA Faculty Center
480 Charles E Young Drive East
Los Angeles, CA 90095
Click here for directions.
Tickets are $15 per person and as well as including a buffet dinner and beverages, your entrance fee will also enter you into a special opportunity drawing for a pair of First Class Domestic airline tickets on American Airlines, to be drawn on the night.
To RSVP and purchase via Credit Card please click here.
Alternatively, if you would like to pay by check, please RSVP by email to email@example.com. and send your check, made payable to BAFTA/LA, to the office.
We look forward to joining you on December 12 to celebrate the holiday season.
Venue: The UCLA Faculty Center
||Special Reception : Meet The Candidates
As part of the 2009 Board of Directors Election, BAFTA/LA is pleased to present a special ‘Meet The Candidates’ evening.
Please join us between 6:00pm - 8:00 pm at Red Rock, for complimentary snacks and happy-hour drinks at Red Rock’s Upstairs bar.
Members will be able to meet the election candidates throughout the evening for their consideration. Voting in the election is an important responsibility of BAFTA/LA Membership and we remind you that the deadline for submitting your ballot to KPMG is 6:00pm PST on Tuesday, December 2nd, 2008.
Venue: Red Rock, Upstairs Bar (8782 Sunset Blvd)
||BBC Event: The 2008 Alistair Cooke Memorial Lecture
As part of our continued Education and Outreach efforts, BAFTA/LA Members are invited to attend the BBC's taping of "The 2008 Alistair Cooke Memorial Lecture" by writer and director David Mamet.
Given on the centenary of Alistair Cooke’s birth, the lecture will be introduced by the BBC’s North American Editor Justin Webb and will include time for questions following the lecture.
The lecture will be broadcast on BBC Radio 4 on Tuesday November 18th and BBC World Service on November 22nd and 23rd.
Venue: The Broad Stage, Santa Monica College
||AFM Seminar: The Indie Glut: Distribution at the Crossroads
Programmed by BAFTA/LA.
With the image quality of "pro-sumer" cameras like the Red and Sony EX3, the editing power of Final Cut, and "experimental" contracts with the guilds, the cost barriers to "real" film-making are tumbling down. The downside is that most of these privately financed movies will never be seen outside of a small circle of friends. Of the 5,000 plus indie features submitted to Sundance last year, only 100 were chosen. Fewer than six received any significant theatrical distribution. More movies, fewer distributors. The U.S. marketplace may be permanently glutted. What’s the answer for indie filmmakers? How can you help your film beat the odds? Get the view from the trenches in session with top executives and experts on acquisition, marketing and distribution.
Moderator: John Alan Simon
Writer-Director, Radio Free Albemuth (based on the novel by Philip K. Dick); Producer, The Getaway; former staff writer New Orleans Times Picayune
Vice President, Acquisitions & Production, IFC Entertainment
Co-President, Roadside Attractions
President, Acquisitions and Co-productions, Lionsgate Motion Picture Group
Producer/Director, Bottle Shock
Chief Executive Officer, Landmark Theatres Corporation
Film Finance Agent, Creative Artists Agency (CAA)
Location: Le Merigot Hotel
Cost: $35 per person
11.00am - 12.30pm
For full details and RSVP information please click here.
Venue: Le Merigot Hotel
||The 2008 BAFTA/LA Britannia Awards presented by Bombardier Business Aircraft
BAFTA/LA is pleased to announce that the recipients of this year’s Britannia Awards will be Don Cheadle, Stephen Frears, Sean Penn and Tilda Swinton
Tickets are now on sale at $175 per seat for BAFTA/LA Members - please contact Michael Teta Associates at (818) 906-0240 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Photographs from last year's Awards are featured in our gallery.
For a video preview of this year's Awards please click here.
Venue: Hyatt Regency Century Plaza
||BAFTA/LA Clubhouse Evening
After our successful West Side event last month, we'd like to invite as many Members as possible to a new venue: this time we're taking the Clubhouse to the Valley.
Please join us for our popular regular BAFTA/LA get-together at TIMMY NOLAN'S, a great Irish pub a stone's throw from Universal Studios and Warner Brothers.
6.30pm - 8.30pm
Happy hour runs until 7pm, with light snacks throughout the evening.
10111 Riverside Drive
Toluca Lake, CA 91602
Our Clubhouse events have become a popular opportunity for all Members to meet and mingle with each other. We'd love you to join us!
Venue: Timmy Nolans (10111 Riverside Drive, Toluca Lake)
BAFTA/LA will honor the Emmy nominees from the United Kingdom, Canada, Australia and New Zealand at the 6th Annual TV Tea Party.
Due to high demand, tickets for Members will be allocated via a lottery system. Details for entering the lottery have been sent to Voting Members by Email.
Venue: The InterContinental
||BAFTA/LA Short Film Festival
BAFTA/LA presents a special afternoon honoring the Members' Selection of the inaugural BAFTA/LA Short Film Festival.
The afternoon will include screenings of the films, award presentations, and receptions with the filmmakers.
Venue: American Film Institute - Mark Goodson Theater
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