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Mornings On Main
Understanding and Utilizing the Missouri Film Office

February 1, 2023

Join Missouri Main Street Connection on February 1, 2023 at 8:30am in Central Time (US and Canada) for our first installment of the Mornings on Main webinar series in 2023.


Understanding and Utilizing the Missouri Film Office

Missouri has been the setting for many films and television shows recently including Gone Girl and Ozark. Andrea Sporcic, Film Office Specialist, will teach us about the Missouri Film Office, housed within the Missouri Division of Tourism, and what services and resources they can offer for your downtown or community. They have resources and examples related to the uptick in small theaters in historic buildings, how to utilize those downtown theaters with local film festivals, and have various contacts and connections that can help in your downtown film and theater endeavors.

Learn about Missouri Film Office resources for communities including marketing locations for film and TV projects, hosting film festivals, and utilizing spaces for art house cinemas.

Registration is required for this free webinar. If you have any questions, please email logan@momainstreet.org or call our office at 417-334-3014.


Speaker Information:

 

Andrea Sporcic Klund is the film commissioner for Missouri and runs the Missouri Film Office – a part of the Missouri Division of Tourism. She has been in the film biz representing Missouri for over 20 years. Since 2005 she has worked to market Missouri to the film and television industry nation-wide. She has helped coordinate production logistics for more than 30 feature films, and hundreds of television segments and series filmed all over the state including feature films UP IN THE AIR, WINTER'S BONE, and GONE GIRL and TV series SHARP OBJECTS and OZARK. Before joining the film office, she spent 8 years with Cinema St. Louis, the producers of the St. Louis International Film Festival as director of operations. She holds BA degrees in Theatre and Corporate Communications from Lindenwood University. She has also acted, written, directed, and produced for the stage and screen.

  

  


This workshop is brought to you by:

      

The training is a private and public partnership with Department of Economic Development, State of Missouri, USDA Rural Development, and MMSC.

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