The Lights, Camera, Liberty workshop is a highly interactive storytelling, messaging, and video production workshop held in partnership with Taliesin Nexus.
It will offer you unique opportunities to refine your brand, craft better stories, and develop inspiring films. During the workshop you’ll also have the chance to network and collaborate with members of Hollywood’s film industry and marketing industry leaders.
You'll join other senior leaders of the worldwide freedom movement to get some theory refreshers, inspirational examples, and a whole lot of hands-on time developing your next impactful storytelling project!
We encourage past attendees to join us again this year to workshop a creative project and take part in a bigger and better program than we've ever had before. Prior to the workshop, registered participants are invited to submit an expression of interest to participate in our brand-new film pitch competition. A shortlist of applicants will be selected before the workshop and will have the chance to pitch their film idea to a panel of industry experts during the program in Los Angeles. You can read more about the film pitch competition and application requirements here. If you have further questions, please feel free to contact Vale Sloane at email@example.com.
You'll leave this workshop with
- A transformational experience on messaging for your work
- A video project refined by industry professionals
- Communications strategies for that project
- A distribution plan for your video
- And a whole new way to tell your organization’s story
You can register for the workshop here.
WHEN: Thursday--Sunday, April 30 - May 5, 2020.
WHERE: Westdrift Manhattan Beach, 1400 Parkview Ave, Manhattan Beach, CA 90266.
Atlas Network has a discounted room rate of $189 (plus taxes and fees.) Please contact Alex Cordell at firstname.lastname@example.org by Friday, March 27, 2020 to reserve your room.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND:
- Senior executives
- Vice presidents and directors marketing and communications
- Senior or mid-level fundraisers
- Senior level policy researchers
- Creative directors
- Past Attendees are encouraged to reapply!
REGISTRATION AND COST:
Register at atlasnetwork.org/LCLLA by January 31, 2020 to get the discounted registration price of $425 for 1 or $625 for 2. After this date, registration will increase to $650. The fee includes programmatic costs, outings, and meals. Participants are responsible for travel to and from Los Angeles and the cost of their hotel.
Deadline to register: February 28, 2020.
To avoid the online processing fee, you may also send checks to:
Attn: Alex Cordell
Two Liberty Center
4075 Wilson Blvd., Ste. 310
Arlington, VA 22203.
Please include a note detailing that the payment is for Lights, Camera, Liberty
"The value of storytelling needs to be owned and championed by the CEO if it’s to be embedded in an organizational culture. This course has reminded me that our success — our impact on people’s lives — is tied to our storytelling. Just as importantly, it’s given us tools that will make storytelling a habit, not just an idea."
- Randy Hicks, President and Chief Executive Officer, Georgia Center for Opportunity
View the full testimonial here
"At FREOPP, a core part of our strategy is to find ideas that are broadly appealing to rising generations—to skate to where the puck is going—by combining traditionally progressive goals like social mobility with traditionally conservative ones like economic liberty. If you want to expand the reach of your ideas to people who don’t already agree with you, storytelling is key. The Lights, Camera, Liberty workshop has given us a framework for bringing policy ideas to life through storytelling, and needed hands-on experience in film production.”
- Avik Roy, President, Foundation for Research on Equal Opportunity
View the full testimonial here
Anthea Haryoko - Center for Indonesian Policy Studies
Don Wilson - Institute for Justice
Gideon Rozner - Institute for Public Affairs
Hannah Cox - Beacon Center of Tennesee (former)
Joanna Baron - Runnymede Society
Terms and Conditions of Attendance at Atlas Network's Lights, Camera, Liberty L.A. Workshop Event:
Your attendance at Atlas Network's Lights, Camera, Liberty L.A. Workshop Event indicates your agreement to the following terms and conditions. All event attendees must register in advance of admission. A valid photo ID is required for registration and admission.
This event is held for the benefit of our think tank partners in the global policy community as indicated on atlasnetwork.org/partners/global-directory. Anyone who attempts to attend this event without properly registering will be removed. Atlas Network further reserves the right, at its sole discretion, to physically remove from the premises any person, regardless of registration status, who in our judgment threatens to disrupt, inhibit, or undermine the quality of this event or the activities of our guests. This policy also applies to anyone who is responsible for bringing another person to the event. “Premises” shall be defined by Atlas Network in consultation with venue management and local law enforcement.
Additional conditions of attendee conduct may apply pursuant to Atlas Network’s agreement with the owner of the event venue as well as local law enforcement. Any person who is removed may be subject to arrest or detention by law enforcement for violation of this policy or the codes of the jurisdiction of the event. Nothing in this policy is designed to infringe speech or conduct on public property. By registering for or attending this event, you agree that Atlas Network as well as its partners, contractors, and vendors assumes no liability for injury, damage or loss which may be related in any way to traveling to, attending, or traveling from this event, or with implementation of this policy.
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