ROYAL OAK, MICHIGAN April 9th, 2019 – The Royal Starr Arts Institute, a non-profit arts organization, is hosting a filmmaker networking event in Royal Oak every month. The Filmmaker Community Mixer is on the second Tuesday of every month at Hamlin Corner in Royal Oak. The next mixer will be held on April 9th at Hamlin Corner (386 N Main St, Royal Oak, MI 48067), 7pm – 10pm.
There is no charge for admission and attendees are encouraged to bring their business cards and headshots. Attendees will meet other filmmakers and film professionals from the Metro area, and multiple local directors will have casting tables for accepting headshots for upcoming films. This month we will be joined by several film related organizations such as The 48 Hour Project Detroit, The Detroit Filmmaker Awards, The I See You Awards, We Fix Your Script, Trans Stellar Film Festival, Indie Stream, Dynasty Media Network, and more. This month, photographer G.E Anderson will be taking headshots at the event.
“ We really want to strengthen the filmmaking community here in Michigan, January’s Filmmaker Community Mixer was a success and I was so happy to welcome back all the familiar faces I had the opportunity to meet last year while welcoming new ones to our Royal Starr Community! I am excited about the growth I am seeing in our Royal Starr Art Community and I’m looking forward to the great thing that we have planned this year.
,” stated Royal Starr Arts Institute President, Luke Castle. “ This year we are adding RSAI Memberships as a way to support our ongoing mission to support our local artist while bringing them discounts and benefits with area businesses.
The Royal Starr Arts Institute Is a non profit organization dedicated to supporting Michigan’s creative community through art, events and education. The monthly mixers will lead up to the annual Royal Starr Film Festival, an international movie gala celebrated in downtown Royal Oak, on September 6th – 15th 2019. The festival attracts filmmakers from all over Michigan, the United States, and the world. Royal Starr is now accepting entries for the 2019 festival. Interested filmmakers can find more on submitting their films at RoyalStarr.org
Tickets to the March Filmmaker Mixer are limited, they can be reserved for free at http://mixers.RoyalStarr.org
The Royal Starr Arts Institute is a non-profit organization dedicated to supporting and empowering Michigan’s creative community through events and education. Your support through our membership program allows us to continue to host these events and workshops. If you like what we do, please consider becoming a Royal Starr member at membership.royalstarr.org