1 Networking Event - 3 Panels, 3 Perspectives, 100% Footage. Panels by ACSIL, CLEAR & THE IDA
There are a few tables left for ACSiL’s West Coat Meet-Up, set to take place on Saturday, October 20, 2018 at Getty Images’ LA facility. Footage archives are encouraged to reserve a table now before they are all gone. Footage buyers can meet the archives, attend panels and network for free, but space is limited so RSVP soon to confirm a spot.
2 pm to 3 pm - Meet to the Archives
3 pm to 6 pm - Engage with Panels presented by ACSIL, CLEAR and the IDA
5 pm to 7 pm - Networking Reception
Footage Archives Can Still Reserve a Table
$250 for ACSIL Members
$500 for Non-ACSIL Members
$450 for BAPLA and DMLA Members
4 ft rectangular table with linen, chair, and table sign.
No AV is provided, but exhibitors can bring their own laptop or monitor that must sit on the table.
Electricity and internet access provided.
No backdrop signage or deliveries.
Space is limited, and your reservation will not be complete until payment is made via emailed invoice.
FREE Valet Parking.
Space is limited, and registration or a reservation is required for attendance. Footage buyers can register for free. Attendance for non-ACSIL member footage licensors is $100.
Click here to register.
Free validated parking available at 6346 Wilshire Outdoor parking lot only!
About the Organizers/Panels
ACSIL’s, Association of Commercial Stock Footage Licensors, panel will bring leaders from the world’s most important archives to discuss the challenges and successes of stock footage industry and provide attendees with a sneak peek of the upcoming ACSIL General Survey 4 (global view on footage industry).
CLEAR’s, Association of Clearance and Research Professionals, panelists will share their expertise on rights and clearance administration for film and television, which all footage sellers, rights managers, producers, and researchers will not want to miss.
IDA, International Documentary Association, has created a community of the world’s best documentary makers that are ushering in a “golden age” of archival footage use in production, looking to researchers to make a deep dive into archives for the best and most unique footage, and pushing for more flexible clearance deals. This panel will explore how documentary artists are producing their projects, working with archives, finding footage, and getting footage cleared now.
Getty Images, 6300 Wilshire Blvd, 16th Floor, Los Angeles, CA 90048
Saturday, October 20, 2018
2pm - 7pm