We told you we've been hard at work planning new events for our chapter. And here is our first roll out, WIFT-Louisiana's Annual Crawfish Boil! We're bringing the party, you just bring yourself and a friend.
Drinks? OH YES!
Crawfish? C'MON NOW, You know how we do it!
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Front Row Insurance Brokers Offers WIFT members Discounted Rate on Errors and Omissions (E&O) insurance!
Front Row Insurance Brokers is offering Women in Film members a special discounted rate on Errors and Omissions (E&O) insurance. E&O policies cover liability costs—legal fees and damages—incurred as a result of being sued for things like copyright violation or misappropriation of likeness. The program is underwritten by Chubb, one of the largest writers of E&O policies for the film industry.
Front Row is the #1 brokerage in Canada specializing in Film and Entertainment, and one of the largest in North America. We leverage our size and experience to negotiate the best possible rates with the insurance companies, which is why we are able to offer Women in Film members this exclusive, discounted rate on E&O policies (and other production related insurance coverage).
Front Row has offices in New York, Los Angeles, Nashville, Toronto, Vancouver, and Montreal. We have insured billions in production budgets, and we have over 50 specialized employees across our offices to provide you with experienced production insurance advice. Our staff arranges insurance for episodic television, feature films, TV movies, documentaries, commercials, shorts and more.
As brokers, we work for you, not the insurance company. We understand film and can provide you with the kind of empathy, support, and expertise you will only find with a specialized brokerage.
September 10th at 6 pm Central. Twitch: @mahachielo
In honor of the 15th Anniversary of Katrina, Black New Orleanian artists will reflect on the lasting impact of the storm and imagine how art can shape the future of the city. This event will be a fundraiser where viewers are encouraged to donate directly to Imagine Water Works' Mutual Aid Response Network that is aiding Hurricane Laura survivors.
The event will include a panel with Maha Chielo, Brandan bmike Odums, Phillip Youmans, and DAWN. We'll also have a musical performance by Mykia Jovan and closing remarks by Stephanie McKee-Anderson.