Join us for an interactive panel of filmmakers and representatives from CINE (Golden Eagles), NATAS (the Emmys) and TIVA-DC (Peer Awards) about how awards can help further your career. They will help you determine what award program will work best for your work and explain how they have used their awards to move their work and clients to the next level.
The panel will be moderated by Paul Duning, Publisher & Co-Founder from the Capitol Communicator.
$10 WIFV, CINE, NATAS, TIVA-DC Members/$20 Public
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RAQUEL DIVINA AMPARO, the 5pm Producer from WTTG, received two Emmy Awards this past year as Producer of the 5pm Newscast on Inauguration Eve (Best Daytime Newscast) and for Continuing Coverage of the Inauguration weekend (Overall Excellence in Team Coverage). She also received an Emmy in 2009 for 5pm: River Road Disaster (Best Daytime Newscast)
STEVEN FISCHER is a two-time Emmy nominated producer/director of fiction and non-fiction films. His documentary "Freedom Dance", narrated by Mariska Hargitay, won the prestigious CINE Masters Series Award in 2007 and his "Draw the Line" won the CINE Golden Eagle. He is currently at work on a documentary on creativity featuring actor Brian Cox.
ANNE HALL is a nationally recognized copywriter, marketing consultant and voiceover talent, as well as an accomlished scriptwriter and actress. She has been heard and/or seen on outlets as diverse as The Discovery Channel, NPR, government agency communications, industrial communications, Paramount Studios and local arts projects. Anne is a three-time Best Female Voiceover winner at the Peer Awards.
SEAN McGARVEY is a six-time Emmy Award winning Producer. His first at the age of 20. Sean serves as the Awards Chair & Vice-President for the National Capital Chesapeake Bay Chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences. He has worked at WTTG since 2001 and is currently the Managing Editor of the Local News Service, the joint news venture between WRC, WTTG, WJLA & WUSA.
BETSY WALTERS, the Director of Competitions for CINE since 2007. She began her CINE career in 2003 as an intern while an undergraduate at George Washington University’s School of Media and Public Affairs.