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On Thursday, February 9th, Reserve Productions and independent producer Julian Gooding will discuss securing distribution deals in film and television at the Southeastern Filmmakers meeting (Charleston chapter) at The Meeting Place in Park Circle.
The meeting will be held from 6 to 8 p.m., and members of Southeastern Filmmakers and the public are invited to attend.
Reserve Productions recently signed a distribution deal for North American DVD and digital distribution with Camp Motion Pictures/POP Cinema for their first full-length feature, “Documenting the Grey Man.” They are currently in post-production on their second feature, the horror film, “The Ripping.” Both features were filmed entirely in the Lowcountry.
Julian Gooding is an independent television producer originally from the Washington, DC area and has spent the last 25-years working behind the scenes on both documentaries and television production. He currently produces “Gullah Grub,” a cooking show seen on regional cable channels in the Southeast. He will also discuss how filmmakers need to use other forms of media distribution to gain attention and success.
Southeastern Filmmakers is a social network for people who actively pursue the art of filmmaking. It promotes communication between filmmakers by facilitating gatherings, it conducts educational activities to improve local film production quality and provides connections to production resources. There are no membership fees and meetings are held on a monthly basis. Southeastern Filmmakers originated in Augusta, GA and currently has chapters in Columbia and Charleston.