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As the world gets smaller and smaller, we tend to forget about the power of gathering like minds in one place. Here at Film Festival Traveler we embrace the idea of the festival as a communicative and all-encompassing experience. Whether it’s an art-house theater showing Pasolini films or an international music summit, festivals bring together great artistic minds and let the public join in the experience. But putting together a film fest or a huge multi-act concert is not the easiest task, so to help learn how to better manage these experiences are the International Film Festival Summit and the International Music Festival Conference. Both are happening December 8 – 10, 2013 at the Hyatt Regency Austin.
IMFCON includes panel discussions on how to better improve safety at concerts, keynotes by the President of Global Touring and Chairman of Global Music at Live Nation, Arthur Fogel and boxing manager Shelly Finkel, a at in-house ticketing vs. giant ticket companies, how to book talent, the difference between managing a festival versus a tour, and much more.
The IFFS investigates how to utilize digital distribution for film, how the acclaimed Toronto International Film Festival selects its programming, a conversation with acclaimed writer John Sayles and Associate Dean of Entrepreneurship and Special Initiatives for the School of Theater, Film and Television at UCLA, Barbara Boyle, and how to effectively utilize sponsors.
Both events are must-sees for anyone looking to break into the festival industry and provide valuable expertise.
To learn more, go to: http://www.filmfestivalsummit.com/ or http://www.imfcon.com/
The International Film Festival Summit & The International Music Festival Conference
December 8 – 10, 2013
Hyatt Regency Austin208 Barton Springs Rd. Austin, Texas 78704
Here are some pictures from IMFCON and IFFS 2012
The world of craft brews and microbreweries has grown exponentially over the years and trying to sort out all of them is a daunting task. The NYC Brewfest is here to help! On April 22 at Manhattan’s Chelsea Industrial (535 West 28th Street), NYC Brewfest features a deluge of brewers including Destination Unknown Beer Co, Lasting Joy Brewery, Catskill Brewery, Montauk Brewing and more. You’ll be able to talk to crafters and brewers at the show and learn more about your favorite beverages. Tasty treats will also be available from Mozzarepas, Chavas Emapanadas, Taste of Poland, and even more eateries.
In addition to this Manhattan Brewfest there will also be events in Jersey City on May 5, Brooklyn on May 13, and Long Island on October 14. Come on down and sip, sup, and socialize at the NYC Brewfest.
To learn more, go to: https://beerfestnewyork.com/
NYC BrewfestApril 22, 2023
Chelsea Industrial535 West 28th StreetNew York, NY 10001
Attention wine connoisseurs in the restaurant and food industry, Gambero Rosso's Tre Bicchieri, an industry-only showcase of Italy's top 1% of wines is coming to NYC. Friday, March 10, at the Metropolitan Pavilion (125 W 18th St, New York, NY).
With Italy's highest-rated wines from hundreds of producers featured in the 2023 Vini d'Italia guide, this event is the premier trade-only tasting of Italian wines.
Gambero Rosso is perhaps best known in the United States as the publisher of the annual guide to Italian wines, the Vini d’Italia. Featuring more than just reviews of Italy’s finest wines, Vini d’Italia covers the brilliant, passionate individuals who devote their lives to winemaking. Today, more than 70 expert tasters comprise the team that blind-tastes 45,000+ wines annually, rating them on a scale of one to three glasses (bicchieri).
Tre Bicchieri U.S. Tour will also be coming to Miami, Florida on April 18th, and Austin, Texas on April 20th.
To learn more go to: https://gamberorosso.us/
Tre Bicchieri U.S. TourMarch 10, 2023
Metropolitan Pavilion125 W 18th Street New York, NY 10011
Another of many trade shows has been canceled due to COVID-19. Diversified Communications and Vinexposium, organizers of Vinexpo New York wine and spirits trade event announced its exhibition scheduled for February 3-4, 2021 at the Jacob K. Javits Center has been cancelled, due to the ongoing risks of COVID-19.
The trade-only event will resume in 2022 with the goal of reuniting the industry while providing a more safe, productive, and enjoyable in-person gathering in accordance with state, city, and venue guidelines. “As show organizers of an international trade event which draws thousands of attendees from across North America and exhibitors from all corners of the world, it became evident that a live event of our kind would not be possible in February.” said Beckie Kier, event director of Vinexpo New York. “We are now planning for the 2022 edition, while continuing to support our industry members with resources and tools to help them conduct business during these challenging times.”
Since March show organizers have produced free monthly webinars focusing on the outlook within the community and featuring industry leaders. Most recently the Vinexpo New York team launched a new five-part educational series in partnership with the Wine Business Institute at Sonoma State University.
To learn more, go to: https://www.vinexponewyork.com/
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