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New York City, NY, United States, 2007/01/31 - StudentFilmmakers Magazine and StudentFilmmakers.com is very pleased to announce they will be exhibiting at NAB2007, at Booth Number SU9626, April 16 through April 19, in Las Vegas, Nevada.
NAB is the world's largest electronic media show bringing together more than 100,000 professionals and 1,400 exhibiting companies from 130 countries around the world. Year after year, it has become the essential destination for anyone in electronic media who's looking for comprehensive education, inspiration and innovation.
StudentFilmmakers Magazine and StudentFilmmakers.com will be exhibiting its current issue and special back issues. Stop by the StudentFilmmakers Booth #SU9626, and meet Publisher/Editor-in-Chief, Mr. Kim E. Welch.
Special back issues include StudentFilmmakers magazine’s February 2007 Issue, which highlights educational articles on cinematography, directing, audio, and pre-production, and in-depth interviews with Director of Photography Thomas Ackerman, ASC, and new filmmaker Ruben Obregon; and StudentFilmmakers magazine’s January 2007 Issue highlights educational articles on HD/HDV, lighting, and filters, and spotlights inspiring, in-depth interviews with new filmmakers, Amy Nicholson and Pete Chatmon. The winners of the StudentFilmmakers.com Summer Shorts 2006 Contest are also featured in this issue: Chris Vincze ("EVOL"), Ivona Juka ("Editing") and Christine Knowlton ("Going Blank").
Pre-register early for NAB2007 by April 12, 2007, StudentFilmmakers.com: BR07
Enter BR07 during online registration at the NAB website.
Registering onsite after April 12, 2007 may result in a fee, so plan ahead and register early!
StudentFilmmakers magazine, the #1 Educational Resource for Film and Video Makers, and Studentfilmmakers.com's primary goal is to encourage and support new and independent film and video makers of all ages and levels around the world. "With today's technology changes coming faster and faster, we are all students." StudentFilmmakers magazine is published monthly in New York by StudentFilmmakers.