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LAPPG January Meeting with Director Maxim Jago

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For the Los Angeles Post-Production Group‘s (LAPPG) January meeting, you can join the Director of The Creativity Conference, Maxim Jago, for a deep dive into best practices and far-reaching insights to help you keep the spark alive and maintain your creative flow. After exploring diverse approaches to the creative process with guidance from world-class creatives, Maxim will share practical advice and actionable steps you can take to find inspiration and take dynamic action to create works that are original and impactful.

Maxim Jago is a multi-award-winning filmmaker, screenwriter, author, consultant, futurist, public speaker, and Director of The Creativity Conference. He’s the author of some of the standard texts used by film schools around the world and is well known for his online and public training courses in film production and post-production.

LAPPG.2021Maxim provides support and perspective on developments for several international media and technology organizations. He is also a regular speaker at film festivals and media technology conferences including Cannes, Berlinale, Sundance, Raindance, TIFF, NAB, IBC, BVE and SXSW.

For more information about The Creativity Conference – taking place from the 22nd to the 24th of January – check out www.creativityconference.is.

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