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Art of the Pitch: A Filmmakers POV, The

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ID: FLM1351202
Web site: http://www.tabletopmovie.com/
Email: thefilmprofessor (at) gmail.com (Address obscured to fight spam. Replace (at) with @ for real address.)
Category: Film Fest
Rules: Game system not specified
Cost: $0.00
Duration: 1 hour
Host: Douglas Morse, Phil Reed, Richard Launius, Chris Kirkman, Dan Yarrington (Grandfather Films)
Age requirement: Everyone (6+)
Experience requirement: None (You've never played before - rules will be taught)
Are materials provided: Yes
Location: Westin, room Council
Tickets: 49 out of 60 are available (as of 7:40 AM Thursday August 27th, 2020, but this information may be out of date.)
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Time slot: Fri Aug 16 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Event added: Thu Aug 27 7:40 am

Douglas Morse has been filming pitches for his movie Adventures on the Tabletop. Using footage from the film, publishers and designers explore what makes an effective pitch. Funding a game requires mastering the art of the pitch. Selling a game to established and independent publishers, or to a Kickstarter crowd to fund, is the crucial step towards publication. Filmmaker Douglas Morse has been recording pitches for his film Adventures on the Tabletop. Using footage from the film (a work in progress) he will bring together a panel of established and independent publishers and game designers to explore what makes a pitch successful or ineffective. The discussion will necessarily examine game design and illustration in relation to successfully publishing a game.

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