January 9, 2020

Start the year off with a bang at LAPPG’s first meeting of the year featuring two valuable presentations:

FINANCIAL CONSIDERATIONS FOR ENTERTAINMENT INDUSTRY PROS

The beginning of the year always seems like a good time to take stock and to make goals so come join Amber Romo and Barbara Bernstein to learn how to financial plan for your future. This will be an informal talk specifically for entertainment professionals to educate, answer questions and give some high level guidance.

About our presenters:

Barbara Bernstein is a CFP® and Wealth Management Advisor in Downtown LA. She grew up on the westside of Los Angeles and gravitated to the broadcast news and entertainment field upon graduation from UC Berkeley. After years in entertainment as Co-Executive Producer of America’s Funniest Videos and TV news, Barbara found her true calling in finance. She is passionate about advising individuals and business owners, in areas of comprehensive financial planning and investing.
 
Amber Romo, Financial Advisor in Downtown LA moved from Las Vegas to Los Angeles to follow her career in entertainment. After almost a couple decades in post-production, from sales to running a facility, Amber found her love in finance by making an impact on people and businesses in planning for their futures. She is on a mission to make an impact on entertainment professionals to help them gain financial control.

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MASTER THE WORKFLOW INTRODUCTION

Editor Lawrence Jordan, ACE and Visual Effects Editor Richard Sanchez will discuss the “real-world” realities of what it’s like to work on the front lines on some of today’s most demanding feature films and television projects.

Jordan, a 38- year veteran editor will talk about his experiences in Hollywood and what it takes for long term survival in the competitive world of studio and network post production. He’ll also talk about the unique editorial challenges of his most recent Netflix feature film “Sextuplets,” a visual effects comedy culled from almost 200 hours of dailies.

Sanchez will shed a light on his experiences as an assistant editor and visual effects editor on some of today’s highest profile features and television shows including Robin Hood, Catch 22, Suicide Squad and his current project, Bill & Ted Face The Music.

Finally, Lawrence and Richard will give you a look into their professional level training course, Master The Workflow: Feature Film Assistant Editor Immersion 1.0.

With a desire to train the next generation of editorial professionals, the duo created the online course which has now been taken by almost 500 students in over 40 countries around the world.

 


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TO ATTEND:

Send an email to rsvp-at-lappg-dot-com.

As always there will be plenty of time to network, enjoy some coffee and participate in our great giveaway!

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LOCATION

Crossroads School for Arts & Sciences

@Roth Hall
1714 21st Street
Santa Monica, CA 90404
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*There is street parking as well as a Crossroads parking lot on 22nd Street. Please view this map for parking info. We encourage ridesharing or using public transportation as there are two Metro Expo Line stops within walking distance to Roth Hall.

Click here for a map of the location.

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