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The LMGI Presents “Locations Behind The Emmys” Panel


lmgiThe Location Managers Guild International (LMGI) will present “Locations Behind the Emmys®,” a special panel and discussion spotlighting the instrumental role of locations in setting tone, revealing character, and enhancing the storytelling narrative in eight of this year’s Emmy nominated TV shows. The digital program will take place on Saturday, August 21 at 10:00 AM PDT, 1:00 PM EDT. Registration is required to attend this virtual program and is open to the public. Go HERE to register.

Panelists include Taylor Boyd/LMGI (Blackish), Anne Richardson/LMGI (The Handmaid’s Tale), Jonathan Jansen/LMGI (Perry Mason), Jennifer Dunne/LMGI (The Mandalorian), Kyle “Snappy” Oliver /LMGI (The Kominsky Method), Brian O’Neill/ LMGI (The Mare of Eastown), Duffy Taylor/LMGI (This is Us), and Drazen Baric/LMGI (The Boys). The panel will be moderated by J.J. Levine, LMGI 1st Vice President, and Miguel Tapia/LMGI.

The Location Managers Guild International touts their own annual awards honoring the outstanding and creative visual contributions by location professionals in film, television, and commercials from around the globe. This year’s 8th Annual LMGI Awards is set for Saturday, October 23, 2021. The LMGI Awards also recognize outstanding service by film commissions for their support “above and beyond” during the production process.

In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the 8th Annual LMGI Awards will, once again, be presented on a digital platform, streaming to a worldwide and more inclusive audience.

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