Sunday, January 22, 2012


Please join us for our first 2012 Women in Cinema meeting and panel!

We will be meeting from:

6:30-7:00pm for Mingle/Snacks
7:00-7:30pm for Meeting
7:30-9:00pm for Panel

JOIN US!!! Free and open to all. This is an exclusive chance to meet with talented women in film— Kelly Bogdan,Nancy Schiesari, and Deb Lewis! Don't miss out!!

This event is free. Everyone welcomed.

Kelly Bogdan has been working "in the biz" in some form or fashion for nearly 14 years. An RTF graduate of UT Austin, she secured her first film job (The Faculty) shortly before receiving her degree in the spring of 1998. Over the course of the next few years, she gained crew experience in a handful of arenas - production, props, set dressing, casting, and extras casting - before finally landing in the camera department, which was always her desired destination. Since 2004 Kelly has worked as a camera assistant on a variety of feature films (Sin City, Grindhouse, Up in the Air, Bernie), television shows (Friday Night Lights, Prime Suspect, The Lying Game), commercials, and other productions (web content, short films, etc).

Nancy Schiesari
has been a Director of Photography on over 35 documentaries and feature films broadcast for England’s Channel 4, BBC in London, ABC, National Geographic, and PBS. She was nominated for a 2002 Television Emmy for outstanding cinematography on The Human Face, produced by John Cleese. Among her work as cinematographer is Barbara Sonneborn’s Academy Award nominated documentary, Regret to Inform. She directed a documentary profile on Martin Scorsese for BBC 4, that aired in the UK on January 7, 2003. She produced and directed the documentary ”Hansel Mieth-Vagabond Photographer” which premiered on PBS’ Independent Lens in May, 2003 and recently completed Tattooed Under Fire for PBS, that aired in2010.

Deborah Eve Lewis has shot for the PBS documentary films THE CALLING, SUNSHINE, WRIT WRITER and TROOP 1500, NUCLEAR FAMILY and LAST MAN STANDING. Her narrative works include the award-winning features THE SLOW BUSINESS OF GOING (Athina Rachel Tsangari) and AFRAID OF EVERYTHING (David Barker). Besides her cinematography work, she’s in production on a documentary, and serves as adjunct faculty in filmmaking and cinematography at the University of Texas at Austin.

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