Show Biz Buzz: YOU Should Be In Pictures
How to Get Involved in the Albuquerque Film Scene
Ann Lerner heads up the City of Albuquerque’s Film Office, which is located in the Department of Economic Development, Mayor’s Office. The mission of the office is to promote and attract the film industry to the City of Albuquerque. Ann says she has the best job in the city.
Job responsibilities for the film office include marketing, location scouting, production meetings, community walk-through, on-site visits, location follow-ups, and coordination of special screenings. She has been involved with job training, business recruitment, educational opportunities and community outreach. Keeping ABQ Film Friendly is her number one goal.
Ann brings a twenty year background in the film industry to the office, as an owner/line producer for her own commercial film production company, specializing in TV commercials. She has produced local, regional and national television commercials, filming on location all over the United States, and Toronto. She has a Master’s Degree from the University of Kansas in Special Education, and taught special needs children for four years, before changing careers and entering into the wacky world of film.
Ann serves on the Governor’s Council on Film and Digital Industries, the CNM Advisory Board, and the University of Kansas Film Advisory Board.
Make plans today to join the Facility Manager Association of New Mexico at 7 am on Wednesday, September 16th, 2015, at the Garduno’s Uptown Restaurant to get the scoop on Albuquerque’s show biz buzz. Cost is $30.00 for members and $35.00 for non-members but FIRST TIME FACILITY MANAGERS ARE ALWAYS FREE. Go online to www.fmanm.com to reserve your space and pay for your reservation.
Lights! Camera! Action! See you in September.
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