11.03.08

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UPDATE: SORRY BUT WE HAVE OUR 2 WINNERS ALREADY. 

I have two free tickets to FITC’s Pause NYC event next week. All you need to do is answer the following question correctly in an email sent to hire[at]changethethought.com:

“What was Mark Romanek’s first feature film and who was the lead actor in that film.”

The first two people to email the correct answer, your name and email address will receive the tickets. 1 ticket per person only. So two people will win. I must have the answers, names and email addresses in to FITC by Wednesday this week to confirm the tickets, so act fast or miss your chance.

This is going to be a great event for anyone involved in the motion graphics side of the creative industry so don’t miss a chance at a free seat, especially if you already live in New York City.

Here is a little more about the event:
FITC is on the move with an imaginative new event for the broadcast and film community. PAUSE: Ideas in Motion debuts November 10 – 11, 2008 at the BMCC Tribeca Performing Arts Centre in NYC. From 30-second commercial spots to feature films and experiential design, PAUSE NYC examines the concepts, techniques and principles that drive the world’s leading creative studios.

The two-day event features 12 one-hour presentations, a panel discussion, special screenings, and nightly socials as only FITC can deliver. Confirmed presenters at release time include: BTRY, Brand New School, BUCK, Digital Kitchen, GMunk, HUSH, Joseph Kosinski, MK12 and UFO.

PAUSE NYC is open to anyone who works with 3D and motion graphics technologies — whether After Effects, Combustion, Maya, Motion, or a combination of these and other bold new toolsets. Delegate passes range in price from $59 to $249 US (Student and Regular). Early bird discount rates apply now through October 10, 2008. Go to www.pausenyc.tv for details or to register.

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One Response to “Pause NYC: Free Tickets”

  1. Chris Says:

    1 ticket is gone already. 1 to go. Hurry.

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