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“Pizza & Post” with John Putch!

Monday, July 20th, 2009

Video Symphony Presents
“Pizza & Post”

With Special Guest
Prime-Time TV Director and
Ultra-Low Budget Indie Filmmaker
John Putch
John Putch, who has directed several hit TV shows including My Name is Earl, Ugly Betty and Scrubs, and who also just finished directing “American Pie: Book Of Love,” splits his time between working for the major studios and making his own ultra-low budget “anti-Hollywood” films. John knows how to work with just about any budget but he prefers to make films on the cheap. Come hear about how and why he does it at this month’s “Pizza and Post” – Tuesday July 28th at Video Symphony. 
For anyone who’s ever shirked the studio system to make a film on their own – this Pizza and Post is for you. 

When: Tuesday, July 28th 7-9PM                

Where:  Video Symphony

             266 E. Magnolia Blvd.
             Burbank, CA 91502    

John will discuss why his filmmaking mantra is “the cheaper the better” and for you producer/editor types – his experiences working with HD formats in post production. 

 “Pizza & Post” is a great opportunity to gain new insights, ask a few questions, network with your post-production peers and as always, eat a lot of pizza.

This event is free and yes there is also free pizza. There’s free parking in the adjacent parking garage (entrance at 239 E. Palm St., one block east of Magnolia).

Seating is limited, so kindly RSVP to RSVP@VS.EDU.   Let us know how many will attend – the event is open to the public so you can bring interested friends or associates.  Your RSVP holds your seats unless you hear back from us that the event is full.