Member Mixer

Fair Use, Sampling and Rights Issues for Television Producers

Featured Speaker: Daniel Riviera

As an entertainment lawyer Daniel is an expert on the landscape of media law. He will be presenting on issues that come up frequently at CMCM - questions about copyright, licensing and fair use. Other areas of media law that he will talk about are remix, new media, and the Internet.

Daniel Riviera has been involved with hundreds of projects ranging from Academy Award-nominated documentaries to major motion picture releases. He is a graduate of Harvard College and Georgetown University Law Center.

Media Mixer Goes Vegan!

Author and activist Patti Breitman will discuss "Moving Toward Vegan." To attend this FREE event, please RSVP.

MEDIA MIXER
Wednesday, October 5 (7 - 8:30 PM)

February Media Mixer

Jes Richardson will be premiering, "The Beautiful People of Iran", a 20 minute video-piece, at the February Media Mixer. Richardson is a peace activist (credentialed teacher, board member of the Social Justice Center of Marin and a CMCM member) and founder/director of "Bridge of Hearts", also the creator of the ten foot tall Gandhi Puppet that has attended many events in the Bay Area. Richardson has been to Iran in 2007 and 2010. He will be taking his newest creation, "The Gandhi Peace Train" to Washington DC this Summer to encourage Congress to support the current negotiations with Iran. As he travels he'll be showing "The Beautiful People of Iran" at house parties and other venues along the way.

Jes will invite six young Iranian­ Americans to join him hiking the "Angel Trail" in Israel. The 580 mile trail will be hosted by "100 Angels" who live along the trail, and who will be providing shelter for the hikers Find out more at israel121c.org.

Holiday Party

The Community Media Center of Marin will be holding a free Media Mixer and Holiday Party on Wednesday, December 2, 2015 from 7 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. 

Please come and join CMCM for holiday food and drink, and enjoy the comedy video show, "MarInsanity" produced by the CMCM staff. Besides our media entertainment also check out the CMCM Art Gallery, The Georgia Annwell Gallery. Space is limited so please RSVP at marinartists@Hotmail.com

Member Mixer April

In an effort to improve the Member Mixer format, and prepare for a presentation in April, the March Member Mixer (scheduled for tonight) has been cancelled.

The April Member Mixer will feature Ken Smith, who will present his film "112 Years at the Ranch," followed by a Q & A session.

Mark your calendar and plan on attending this informative and inspiring event.

Celebrate with us!

Celebrate the wonderful year we've had at CMCM on Wednesday, December 7, from 7 to 8:30 PM. Media Mixers are always free, but contributions are appreciated. Bring business cards, flyers, announcements, desserts, drinks, or salad -- we'll provide delicious Chinese food and surprise entertainment. Happy holidays!

RSVP at marinartists@hotmail.com

April Media Mixer

We are getting ready for an amazing lineup for our April Media Mixer. Presenters will be renowned photographer Sharon Caplan Cohen, whose work will be on display in the CMCM Gallery during April; and "Arizmendi's Secret," a documentary produced by CMCM member Phil Murphy in collaboration with videographer/editor Jeanette Egenlauf. Join the staff from Arizmendi Bakery for a sneak preview of this short subject before it airs on Marin TV.

Join us on Wednesday, April 1, 2015, 7:00 PM.

CMCM Screening: Cuba, Libre

An informative and insightful documentary about Cuba's past and present will be screened at CMCM on Saturday, February 13.

Members are invited to arrive at 6:30 PM to mix and mingle prior to the 7 PM presentation of "Cuba, Libre," produced by member Dick Jordan, a prolific travel writer and blogger.

May Member Mixer

Our guest speaker for the May 7th Monthly Mixer is Gael Chandler, an author and professional video/film editor.

FEBRUARY MEDIA MIXER

The public is invited to a free presentation at the CMCM Media Mixer on Wednesday, February 1 from 7 to 8:30 PM.

"The Evolution of the TV Camera from Phil T. Farnsworth to the iPhone" will be the topic explored by CMCM member, video producer, director, and writer Ed Dudkowski. The multimedia presentation will include historic videos and slides along with a lecture on the invention and history of television. Come mingle and enjoy free refreshments and an informative and entertaining presentation.

Space is limited. Please make reservations at marinartists@hotmail.com or leave a message at 415-339-1378.

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