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Schedule subject to change and subject to additions

9 a.m.-4 p.m. – Registration
The registration desk is located in front of Speaker’s Auditorium in the Student Center. GSU students registering onsite must bring their Panthercard.

Featured Workshop – 10:00 a.m.-3:45 p.m.
“Futurizing the News”
Admit it: You’re in a rut. You need inspiration. Innovation. Smart new ways to attract eyeballs and deliver data. And that’s why Tim Harrower’s workshops have been popular for years now. He was so well-received at the first MMC, we had to bring him back! Want to rethink the way you tell stories? Improve your teamwork? Reinvent the way you design pages? We’ll show you how.This crash-course will help every college newswriter.
Tim Harrower, author of Inside Reporting and The Newspaper Designer’s Handbook
Speaker’s Auditorium #MMCjourno #MMCdesign #MMCworkshop

2:30-3:45p — We’re Here: Blacks, Latinos and Other People of Color In Speculative Fiction
Join Speculative Fiction authors and artists for a lively discussion on the long ignored stories of the Black and Latino experience, expressed through the Science Fiction and Fantasy literature, films and comic books. These creators will show how Blacks and Latinos have transformed these forms despite being historically excluded from them. They will speak on their own works and how people of color’s voices in speculative fiction provide a different lens of how to look at the world, in addition to how science fiction’s big ideas reveal deeper thoughts about humanity.
Balogun Ojetade, Steamfunk and New Pulp novelist, Director/Producer
Location TBD #MMClit #MMCscifi #MMCfilm

2:30-3:45p – Get the Look in Your Head on the Screen: Art and Design in Film
Filmmakers: it’s not just about lighting and acting, there’s logistics! And Raymond Carr knows about crafting an aesthetic environment: he’s an art director, production designer and even a puppeteer. He’s translated visuals for theater, TV shows, and films. In this interactive panel, he’ll teach you how to be creative in set design, how to make the vision on screen match the one in your head…and you might even get to see a puppet or two!
Raymond Carr, filmmaker/artist/director, Ninja Puppet Productions
Location TBD #MMCfilm #MMCvisuals #MMCdesign

Keynote Speaker – 4:00-5:15p
When it comes to GSU success stories, it’s hard to get beyond producer Tom Luse. In a 30 year career, he’s managed production for several projects in Georgia. He’s produced award-winning TV movies, prominent TV pilots and several Hollywood hits. And now he’s an Executive Producer of one of cable television’s most popular and critically acclaimed programs. He’ll look back on a storied career and share the most important lessons that can help shape your path in the world of media production.
Tom Luse, Production Manager/Producer & Executive Producer, The Walking Dead
Speaker’s Auditorium #MMCfilm #MMCTV #MMCkeynote