Celebrating One Year as the Premiere Film and Entertainment Networking Mixer in Atlanta, GA, Get Connected Celebrates with a Proclamation from Atlanta’s District 2 Councilman Kwanza Hall and a Black and White Bash for its supporters
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In January 2011, Get Connected brought opportunities to the film and entertainment industry to share, educate, encourage and inspire and network with one another. Starting with over one thousand attendees at its first event in Atlanta, the next eleven months saw the mixers tripling in size.
December Get Connected Recap
Get Connected’s co-founders Autumn Bailey, Cynthia Collins and Brent Brooks personally invite
Atlanta’s entertainment community to join them in a Black & White Bash to thank them for their support at the famed Foundry at Puritan Mill, 916 Joseph E. Lowery Boulevard, Atlanta, Georgia 30318Each month sees Get Connected reaching new milestones, attracting the best of the best in independent films and opening new and exciting doors for its attendees. And like every month, independent film makers will screen their short films. Hosted by the Cinema Dolls and sponsored by the Macon Film Festival, media sponsor, ProductionHub and with casting opportunities by the Jana VanDyke Agency and film pitching sessions with Jacob’s Eye Entertainment, January 2012’s mixer promises something for everyone who is looking to move their film, acting or directing career forward.With a dedication to supporting charities and giving back to the community, Get Connected will donate partial proceeds from the event to the Cobb County Foster & Adoptive Parents Association. Get Connected also supports Save A Child Month – January 2012.The Foundry at Puritan Mill
916 Joseph E. Lowery Boulevard, Atlanta, Georgia 30318.
The Foundry does not have ATM or accept credit cards – CASH ONLY
$5.00 Valet Parking
Free Food Courtesy of Zaxby’s and dessert by Rayne’N Cakes
Black & White Attire is Optional
Preview January’s Films from Local and International Filmmakers