Fairbanks Professional Development Luncheon
PR Lessons from a Documentary Filmmaker: Strategies for Video Storytelling
Lights, Camera, Action! Video is among the most powerful storytelling tools for professional communicators. Join the PRSA Alaska Chapter in Fairbanks our March luncheon featuring speaker Robert Prince, an award-winning documentary filmmaker and journalism professor at the University of Alaska Fairbanks, who will share with us strategies to effectively use video to tell our clients’ stories.
Rob is the executive producer for Dark Winter Nights: True Stories from Alaska is a live storytelling event, television program, radio program and podcast in which Alaskans share their amazing stories about living in Alaska. His documentary “Making Choices” won the audience-choice award at the Newburyport Documentary Film Festival and is available on Amazon and Netflix. Rob specializes in video production and documentary filmmaking for the UAF Journalism Department.
In his presentation, Rob will share his filmmaking secrets for understanding what makes people watch video and his secrets for producing an engaging message and inexpensive ways to produce videos in-house.
Date: Wednesday, March 25, 2015
Time: Doors open at 11:30 a.m., program runs Noon – 1 p.m.
Location: Westmark Hotel (813 Noble Street, Fairbanks, AK
Anchorage Professional Development Luncheon
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Anchorage registration information
In order to honor our commitment with the venue, the PRSA Alaska Chapter will close registration for all Anchorage programs at noon, two business days prior before each professional development session. This will ensure your seat and meal at the session. At-the-door sales will only be accepted if space is available at the start of the meeting. If seats are not available, walk-ins may purchase a late registration ticket to the event and receive coffee service.