MacLive Announces Film Festival
Learning Conference Calls for Entries for MacLive Film Festival
(Tampa, Florida – March 30, 2006) The producers of MacLive (www.maclive.com), a world-class training conference for Macintosh users, today announced their call for entries for its inaugural MacLive Film Festival.
Formerly Mac Design Conference and Expo, MacLive is a three-day learning event at the Jacob Javits Convention Center in New York City May 11-13 2006 hosting over 60 training sessions and special events for people who use a Mac to create. Mac masters like David Pogue and Bob LeVitus are among the leading expert instructors.
The MacLive Film Festival is open to registered attendees of MacLive and entrants can obtain entry forms and details at the conference’s official site at www.maclive.com.
“For a digital video professional, this event represents an extraordinary opportunity to really break out,” said Ron Harlan, President of the Digital Video Professionals Association. “MacLive’s Film Festival is certain to produce some real creative gems and plenty of inspiration for video professionals and enthusiasts.”
Entries are now being accepted through April 21, 2006 and winners will be announced at the MacLive Film Festival on Saturday, May 13, 2006.
About MacLive: Billed as the Learning Conference for Creative Professionals, MacLive is an educational and entertaining 3-day conference produced by the KW Media Group, publishers of Layers magazine, Photoshop User magazine and corporate home of best-selling author Scott Kelby. KW Media Group also produces books, DVDs and online learning centers for design professionals and enthusiasts.
MacLive – www.maclive.com
Layers magazine – www.layersmagazine.com
Photoshop User magazine – www.photoshopuser.com
KW Media Group – www.kwmedia.com