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MEETINGS 2013-2016

400th meeting :   “Upāya - - The Skillful Means of Getting People to Look at Your Work"

Tuesday, 19th January 2016.

A talk by Todd Sills

The Talk:

Reaching a particular audience is an essential skill. The speaker has worked using film, technology, discussion materials, and live and virtual events to engage people in conversation and action around complicated subjects shaping lives around the world

The Speaker:       

Todd Sills is a documentary filmmaker and television producer currently based in San Francisco. The award winning feature documentary he produced and directed,“Red Without Blue” has been screened at film festivals, universities, and museums all around the world, and garnered glowing reviews in the SF Chronicle, the LA Times, the Advocate, the Seattle Times and the Guardian. In addition to his own documentary work,  Todd recently collaborated with Tiffany Shlain (head of the Moxie Institute and Sundance alumna) as an  outreach consultant on her documentary film “Connected,” and as a writer on her short “The Science of Character”. Todd currently works as a freelance trailer editor for PBS' Independent Lens Series and was recently awarded a Qatar Foundation International Grant to produce a series of shorts (set for completion at the end of September) on the Pacific Trash Gyre

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