LAFS Theatre Rewind: Why You Should Work In Comics

Have you considered a career in comics and graphic novels? Alumnus and career writer with more than a dozen titles, Rylend Grant, thinks you should! Rylend moderated this virtual panel discussion with creatives who have worked extensively in film/television AND found success in comics. The panel featured Melody Cooper (OMNI), David Avallone (Elvira Meets Vincent Price), Amanda Deibert (DC Super Hero Girls), and David Booher(Canto, Alien Bounty Hunter). As Hollywood becomes more and more Intellectual Property driven, the future belongs to those who create and control their own original ideas. Catch this discussion to learn how you can start doing just that, with all the skills you already have!

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Career Development Presents ARwall: How LED Walls Will Change Filmmaking

ARwall is on the cusp of creating a whole new world with LED Walls and the Unreal Engine. Event discussion will include their innovative approach to productions for The Jim Henson Company, NBC Universal and more, as well as how they created their own technology for use across the board from indie projects to big-scale corporate productions. You won’t want to miss this enlightening talk!

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Making Beats on a Budget w/ Better Youth

Did you know that the iconic Lil Jon song, "Some Cut" used a squeaky chair to create the most memorable part of the beat? How about that Timbaland's famous baby sound effect in "Are You That Somebody" almost didn't happen? Also, LARS Alumni Ari Levine used egg crates and packing bubbles to create some of Bruno Mars' biggest hits. 

In this interactive conversation, we chat with music producers and executives on how to utilize budget friendly, everyday household items, to use in your songs.

Panelists:

Vanessa Spinetti

Ruben Garcia (BY alumni and Guitarist)

Jason Griffin (formerly of Apple Music and Producer of Live Events) 

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