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Persevering for a #NOBEL4ISS
This year, Space Games Federation® (SGF), is partnering with The Entertainment Industry Professionals Mentoring Alliance (EIPMA) and member organizations, like Vaughan Film Festival, AVID, Claremont High, Harman Pro, SMPTE, and volunteers, for the #NOBEL4ISS Equal Space Challenge. This is a challenge where YOU can compete to create a public service announcement for a grassroots campaign and foster public support to finally award the International Space Station (ISS) a Nobel Peace Prize.

Participation is global and open to everyone, including students, young professionals, enthusiasts, and others interested in careers in media and entertainment. Entrants may work alone or in teams and have until July 2021 to submit entries.

Registered participants will have access to previously recorded sound and video material, including on-camera material with astronauts and celebrities. In addition, you are encouraged to create new content.

There is even a Cash Reward!
Please share this challenge with your friends and family, space enthusiasts, and people alike.

MARCH 24, 2021

Exclusive to the SGF/EIPMA #NOBEL4ISS Equal Space Challenge, participants are invited to attend a series of Virtual Filmmaker Webinars with an exciting line-up of experts and mentors. To kick off the series, on March 24th, Robert Kaplan and Mark Halloran will be discussing Copyright Laws with a focus on Public Service Announcements.

Robert Kaplan is a career entertainment attorney, producer, film executive, and educator. Having practiced entertainment law for over 35 years, his business affairs activities include feature film and TV financing and development, as well as extensive work in music and intellectual property matters. He has represented studios, talent agencies, producers, directors, writers, and talent. He created the course on the business aspects of filmmaking at the AFI Conservatory, where he has taught for over three decades.
Mark Halloran is a principal of Halloran Law Corporation. In his studio days, Mark was Vice President, Feature Business Affairs at Universal Pictures, and Business Affairs Counsel at Orion Pictures. Mark specializes in entertainment financing, production, and distribution, and acts as an expert witness in film, television, and music litigation. Mark is co-author of “The Musician’s Guide to Copyright”, and the current “The Musicians Business and Legal Guide”. He is co-chair of the SC Institute on Entertainment Law and Business and serves on the Board of Directors of the Los Angeles Chamber Singers
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